On Saturday, May 20, in Munich, the Allianz Arena will host a match of the thirty-third round of the German Football Championship, in which Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig will play. The starting whistle of the referee Deniz Aytekin from Oberasbakh will sound at 19:30 Kyiv time.
Bayern Munich, in its latest fragment of a long history, has always been associated with stability, if only in terms of developments on the domestic scene. Ten league titles in a row in modern football can not get so many teams, but the nickname “Record Master” does not get out of the blue, right? But with the eleventh title of history with an early victory, it did not work out. Moreover, the very notorious stability of the Red Machine is now only a dream, while even in the position of its head coach some kind of movement is constantly taking place. This directly affects the results.
The insanely gifted manager Julian Nagelsmann paid a heavy price for potential leaks from the club’s inner workings to the press, but his resignation came at a very intimate moment in the campaign when Bayern were fighting on three fronts. As a result, Thomas Tuchel was invited to play with fire, in which, in the end, Munich’s chances for the German Cup and the main Champions League trophy this year burned out. It was possible to save only the state of affairs in the championship, but the lead over Borussia Dortmund by just one point two rounds before the end of the season is simply ridiculous by the standards of the Recordmaster of recent years.
At the same time, the calendar for the “bumblebees” with matches in “Augsburg” and at home against “Mainz” looks much simpler than the meeting against RB “Leipzig” or the trip to “Cologne”, which are coming to Bayern in the next few days. It remains only not to make a mistake, and there may be neighbors in the region who want to return the favor.
This campaign turned out to be quite difficult for the team from Leipzig, which, among other things, Ukrainian fans managed to become a witness to. If you recall, Shakhtar Donetsk started its performances in the UEFA Champions League in a completely disassembled state, but at the same time shocked the Red Bulls with a victory on their field (4:1), after which the Italian specialist Domenico Tedesco was immediately dismissed. He was soon replaced by the German Marco Rose, who did not succeed in Dortmund amid the scandalous departure from Mönchengladbach, and already with him at the head of the RB they took a full revenge on the Pitmen at the end of the group stage.
But the new head coach was not limited to the European Cup adventures alone and in the last round he caught up with his predecessor in the number of matches at the head of the club, so now we can say with confidence that Rose is more successful in this position (2.11 points per game on average against 1.87 at Tedesco). This directly affected the position of the Red Bulls in the standings – Leipzig no longer has a chance for gold or silver, but it may well catch on for bronze, which the next matches against Bayern and Schalke will be devoted to “. And there, the German Cup final against Eintracht is just around the corner. That’s just the last victory over Munich for RB is dated five years ago, so it remains to rely only on the uncertainty of rivals in their abilities.
Bayern: Sommer – Canselu, de Ligt, Pavard, Mazraoui – Goretzka, Kimmich – Musiala, Muller, Sane – Gnabry.
RB Leipzig: Blasvih – Henrichs, Orban, Guardiol, Simakan – Aydara, Laimer – Forsberg, Soboslai – Nkunku, Werner.
Out: Davis, Hernandez, Neuer, Stanisic, Shupo-Moting – Olmo, Gulaci.
Forecast for confrontation
We believe that in the upcoming game we will see classic German high-scoring football with a final advantage of the hosts. Our bet will be the position – Bayern will win and TB 3.5 with a coefficient of 1.98.
May 20, Saturday
Bayern – RB LeipzigMunich. Allianz Arena. 19:30 Live TV broadcast – video service Setanta Sports
Arbitrator: Deniz Aytekin (Oberasbach, Germany) Forecast Sport.ua – 3:1
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