Cologne v Bayern Live Stream : Relegation battle in Bundesliga
In the final round of fixtures in the Bundesliga, second place Bayern Munich travel to a Cologne side that find themselves in relegation trouble as viewers can watch all the action live online with Bet365.
Bayern Munich know that they are unable to catch Borussia Dortmund at the top of table as they are eight points adrift with just one game remaining.
It could still be an extremely successful campaign for Bayern who still have the German cup and the Champions League finals to compete in, so will be looking to take some momentum into these two massive matches in the clubs history.
Josef Heynckes side have won seven of their last nine games in the league, form that would usually see them competing for the title going into the final match, however the run of results from Dortmund has been too good to compete with.
Mario Gomez has had a fantastic season in front of goal, scoring 41 goals across all competitions, including 26 in the league. Gomez will be looking to add to his tally this weekend and go into the two finals firing on all cylinders.
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As for Cologne, a shocking run of form has seen them go into the final game knowing that they are certain to be taken into a relegation play-off but could still be relegated outright.
Cologne are just two points clear of the automatic drop zone with one game to play, with such a difficult match this weekend they may have to rely on the sides below them dropping points to give them a chance of a play-off.
With just one win in their previous thirteen, it’s no surprise that Frank Schafer’s side find themselves near the foot of the table and with a the worst goal difference in the league it could still prove to be a very difficult afternoon.
Lukas Podoski has without doubt been the star man, scoring 18 goals in the Budesliga. Podoski has already agreed a deal to join Arsenal in the summer, so will be desperate to make sure his side stay in the top flight of German football.
It all gets underway from 2.30pm on Saturday.