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Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart Prediction & Match Preview Bundesliga

Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart
German Bundesliga
Date: Sunday, 27 January 2019
Kick-Off at 14:30 UK
Venue: Allianz Arena (München).

Bayern Munich will play an easy match against Stuttgart on Sunday, where they will have no trouble in overcoming their 16th-placed home and threatened to go down to the second division.

The Bavarian club will play their first match in 2019 at home and prepare for the upcoming meeting with a number of absences, such as Sergey Gnabri, who trained alone in the performance center, and Dutchman Arjen Robben, who celebrated his 35th birthday this week recovering from injury. Of French Franck Ribery (36 years) and Corentin Tolisso. While Croatian coach Nico Kovac was given another day of rest for his Colombian player, Rodriguez.

Covac had earlier admitted that his team needed “young players” to renew his squad, while the transfer of French international defender 22-year-old Benjamen Pavar was confirmed in July, and Bayern also seeks to sign Chelsea’s English wing Calum Hudson (18), French defender Atletico Madrid (22), Lucas Hernandez (22), and German striker Timo Werner (22).

In a bid to reach their seventh league title in the league, Bayern began their second leg after a four-week hiatus during the winter break with a 3-1 win at Hoffenheim.

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The Bavarian giants hope to win their seventh victory in the league after opening the series in the 13th round with a 2-1 victory at Werder Bremen, followed by victories over Nuremberg, Hannover, Leipzig, Eintracht Frankfurt and Hanover. Bayern scored 16 goals and conceded two goals.

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