Bundesliga Live Streaming Schedule : Bayern Munich v Borussia Monchengladbach kick off weekend in Germany

We’re all set for another busy weekend in Germany as Bet365 release the latest odds on Bayern Munich v Borussia Monchengladbach, Leverkusen v Hamburg, Hoffenheim v Dortmund, as fans can watch live stream of all the games with the firm’s recently announced live television service.

The Bundesliga heads into its final round of fixtures this weekend before the winter break brings a halt to the action for a month, as league leaders Bayern Munich look to increase their lead at the summit.

Teams will be desperate to head into the festive season on a high and build some momentum for the second half of the campaign.

The action gets underway on Friday evening and Bayern Munich can extend their lead at the top of the table with a win at home to Borussia Monchengladbach.

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With this being the only game on Friday night, Bayern could move twelve points clear of second place, but must put in a good performance as Monchengladbach are capable of causing an upset.

Lucien Favre’s side have only lost once in their last eight games, and for those not wishing to back Jupp Heynckes’s Bavarians at 1/7, their price of 16/1 for the away win look a little too big to ignore at the Allianz Arena.

Saturday afternoon sees the majority of this weekend’s games get underway and Bayer Leverkusen will be looking to close the gap on the league-leaders when they host Hamburger. Both sides are in decent form right now, so this should be a great encounter.

Elsewhere, Greuther Furth and Augsburg go head to head in what is a massive game between the two bottom teams in the Bundesliga right now. They know just how important this is and what a win would do for confidence.

Eintracht Frankfurt make the journey to struggling Wolfsburg as well and the away side will be hoping they can take all three points and remain in the top four.

Stuttgart have turned their season around and now sit in sixth place after three straight wins. They are away to Mainz this weekend and if they can make it four wins from four, could move into a Champions League spot.

Fortuna Dusseldorf and Hannover also meet on Saturday afternoon, and then the evening kick-off sees Schalke lock horns with Freiburg. It is now no wins in five for Schalke, so they need all three points here. However, Freiburg have lost just one of their last five Bundesliga games.

On Sunday, Borussia Dortmund travel to Hoffenheim knowing they have to win to try and keep the pace with the teams at the top of the table. Jurgen Klopp’s side suffered a disastrous 3-2 defeat at home to Wolfsburg in the last round, so three points is a must for the current Bundesliga Champions, who could find themselves out of the top six come kickoff time.

The final game to look at sees two teams in the bottom half go up against each other as Werder Bremen are at home to Nurnberg.

It should be another superb weekend of action with all teams looking for a win as the league heads into its winter break.

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