Bayern Munich v Werder Bremen Live Stream, Betting Odds, Match Preview – Bottom take on top in Bundesliga

Latest Bayern Munich v Weder Bremen live streaming guide to watch online, plus betting odds and match preview as three points are expected for the home side at the Allianz Arena today (KO 14:30).

In the Bundesliga top meets bottom as Werder Bremen face a daunting trip to the champions Bayern Munich.

Munich have dropped just four points this campaign already have a four point advantage over second placed Hoffenheim.

The pressure is massively on Bremen manager Robin Dutt, with the club winless in their opening seven Bundesliga matches.

Bayern eased past Hannover in their last match, winning 4-0 to continue their unbeaten start to the season.

Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben both scored twice in the comfortable win, as the club kept a fifth consecutive clean sheet in the league.

Bayern Munich v Werder Bremen – Can Werder upset the Bundesliga leaders?

bayern munich v werder bremen live streamWerder Bremen dropped to the bottom of the Bundesliga before the international break, following their 1-1 draw at home to Freiburg.

The former Chelsea and Wigan Athletic forward Franco Di Santo earned the hosts a point, equalising on the half hour mark.

Bayern Munich amazingly scored 12 times in the two Bundesliga matches last season, winning 7-0 away from home!

At the Allianz Arena Pep Guardiola’s men twice fought back from a goal down to win 5-2, with Claudio Pizzaro scoring twice.

Team news
Bayern Munich will once again be without Bastian Schweinsteiger, who is injured, meaning Philipp Lahm will play in midfield.

He is like to play alongside Xabi Alonso with Xherdan Shaqiri also set to feature, in Franck Ribery’s absence.

Lewandowski will continue to lead the line, with Robben set for a wide role as the pair look to extend their recent good form.

The former Juventus winger Eljero Elia will start from out wide, with Di Santo to lead the line for a struggling Bremen.

Bayern: Neuer, Alonso, Dante, Benatia, Robben, Shaqiri, Rafinha, Bernat, Lahm, Alaba, Lewandowski
Bremen: Wolf, Garcia, Lukimya-Mulongoti, Prodl, Busch, Galvez, Makiadi, Junuzovic, Bartels, Di Santo, Elia

 

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