Bayern Munich v Stuttgart Odds : Live Stream available as Jupp Heynckes set to rest stars at Allianz
April 27, 2012 · 0 Comments
Fresh from their Champions League semi-final victory over Real Madrid during the week, Bayern Munich take on Stuttgart in the Bundesliga on Saturday afternoon with the away side a tempting price of 9/2 with Bet365, considering Heynckes will be wrapping in players in cotton wool before the European final.
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The German giants progressed to the final of the elite club competition in Europe after winning a penalty shoot-out in Spain. They had lost 2-1 on the night, but in the end they held their nerve to book their place in the Munich final.
Attention now turns back to the league though and there is no doubt that it could be reasonably difficult to motivate themselves for this one.
Not only was it a famous European night for them on Wednesday, but the Bundesliga title is already in the hands of Borussia Dortmund, meaning Bayern have very little to play for in the league.
Then, with the DFB Pokal and Champions League finals to come, there is a distinct possibility that they could rest a few players this weekend. It is important they go into the two finals in some form though, so a win is expected.
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As for Stuttgart, they are currently fifth in the table, meaning they occupy a Europa League position with two league games remaining. They need a point in this game to ensure they finish in the top six too, so there is plenty of motivation to get something from this one.
Looking at their recent form, they are actually unbeaten in their last 10 games and they will hope this form continues until the end of the campaign.
Stuttgart were also involved in a dramatic 4-4 draw with league leaders Dortmund last month and they would love to compete in a similar way with Champions League finalists Bayern Munich.
There is no doubt that Bayern are favourites though as they look to complete the double over Stuttgart following a 2-1 victory back in December of last year.
This one gets underway at 2.30pm on Saturday afternoon.
By Joe Rooney