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Bayern Munich can remove the three point gap between them and leaders Wolfsburg if they beat Schalke at the Allianz Arena this weekend. Wolfsburg do not play until Sunday, and a Bayern win will mean that the two teams will be level on points ahead of Wolfsburg’s game against Energie Cottbus. Watch live Bundesliga by signing up with the Live Sport Network, the best place for Bundesliga streams.
Bayern beat Arminia Bielefeld 1-0 last week at the Schuco Arena, with Luca Toni heading home the winner in the second half. It was Toni’s 12th goal of the season, and a very important one at that. Jurgen Klinsmann’s men dominated possession and could have easily won by more than one goal.
Bayern defender Lucio has revealed that he wants to win the Bundesliga for under fire coach Klinsmann, and victory against the Royal Blues this weekend is an absolute must if Bayern are to keep pace with Wolfsburg. Miroslav Klose remains injured, but Lukas Podolski could return after missing the trip to Bielefeld with a calf injury.
Schalke won their third consecutive Bundesliga game after the departure of Fred Rutten as they crushed Energie Cottbus 4-0 at the Veltins Arena. Christian Pander opened the scoring in the 4th minute, and Halil Altintop doubled Schalke’s lead twenty minutes later. Jermaine Jones and Kevin Kuranyi netted in the second half to give Schalke a comfortable 4-0 win.
Schalke are still in the running for a spot in Europe, and what seemed like a distant probability when Rutten was in charge is now looking very possible. This will be Mike Buskens’ first game as coach at the Allianz Arena.
Schalke haven’t beaten Bayern in the last ten meetings between the two sides. Both Bayern and Schalke have a lot to play for, and this match is expected to provide some fireworks. Sign up today, to watch FC Bayern Munchen v Schalke 04 and other Bundesliga games online.
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