Bayern Munich will want to continue from where they left off last time out with a 1-4 Bundesliga 1 success vs Arminia Bielefeld.
In that game, Bayern Munich managed 67% possession and 17 attempts on goal with 9 of them on target. For Bayern Munich, the goalscorers were Thomas Müller (8', 51') and Robert Lewandowski (25', 45'). Arminia Bielefeld had 11 shots on goal with 5 on target. Ritsu Dōan (58') was the scorer for Arminia Bielefeld.
At least three goals per match were seen in 6 of the past 6 fixtures where Bayern Munich have taken part. Opposing sides scored 9 of them in this period whereas Bayern managed to get a total of 22. Such a pattern won’t necessarily be carried forward here, though.
Coming into this clash, Bayern Munich have not been beaten in their last 12 home league matches. Visiting teams have certainly not had an easy time of it here.
In their previous game, Eintracht Frankfurt drew 1-1 in the Bundesliga 1 match with Cologne.
In that match, Eintracht Frankfurt had 60% possession and 17 attempts at goal with 4 of them on target. The only player to score for Eintracht Frankfurt was André Silva (45'). For their opponents, 1. FC Köln had 9 attempts on goal with 5 on target. Ondrej Duda (52') scored for Cologne.
Eintracht Frankfurt have been dangerous up front of late, having scored 9 goals in their last 6 matches. This doesn’t mask the fact that Eintracht can also improve defensively after being scored against in 6 of those same games.
Their prior results show that Eintracht Frankfurt:
- have not registered a win against Bayern Munich in away games against them for the last 15 matches in the league. Imagine their relief when they finally get an away win.
- are undefeated in their previous 6 away league matches.
Head to head
Looking at their prior head to head clashes dating back to 19/05/2018 tells us that Bayern Munich have won 4 of these games & Eintracht Frankfurt 2, with the number of draws being 0.
Loads of goals were seen in those games, too – 29 overall which averages out at 4.83 goals per meeting.
Team News: Bayern Munich
Serge Gnabry (Corona virus) and Tanguy Nianzou (Hamstring Injury) will not be taking part for Bayern manager Hans-Dieter Flick. Corentin Tolisso cannot play in this game through suspension.
Team News: Eintracht Frankfurt
Eintracht manager Adi Hütter has some current player fitness concerns. Ragnar Ache (Hamstring Injury), Jetro Willems (Fitness), Felix Irorere (Fitness) and Filip Kostic (Intraarticular ligament fissure) can’t be considered.
Our thinking is that Bayern Munich should have the majority of the possession and should be able to turn a few of their chances into goals.
At the other end, Eintracht Frankfurt may well find it hard to find the back of the net although we do see them being dangerous at times, too.
Our selection here is for a comfortable 3-1 winning margin for Bayern Munich at the end of the 90 minutes.
What are the top odds for this match?
In terms of the bookies’ odds in the win-draw-win market, staking on Bayern Munich is available for 1.25, a wager on a draw is 7.5 & betting on a victory for Eintracht Frankfurt can get you 12. Those are the most competitive bets that can be secured as of now.