Bundesliga football returns with Bayern Munich v Nurnberg, Schalke Leverkusen, Greuther Fürth v Borussia Dortmund live streaming available from Bet365, who report a live television service on the games from Germany.
Six games come from the Bundesliga on Saturday and as ever, we are all set for an entertaining day of action in Germany’s top flight.
Bayern Munich wrapped up the title last week and they also booked their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League with a 4-0 aggregate win over Juventus, so the squad is sure to be in excellent spirits on Saturday when they entertain Nurnberg at the Allianz Arena.
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The stadium is sure to be in party mood for this one and although there is no pressure on Bayern to get a result, Jupp Heynckes will be demanding a big performance from his men as momentum is such a big thing at this stage of the campaign.
If the newly-crowned Champions can keep their good run of form going, they will fancy their chances against whoever they take on in the Champions League.
Nurnberg should come to the Allianz in decent spirits as well though as they are on a nine-game unbeaten run in the Bundesliga and still have an outside chance of finishing in the top six.
They know what a tough 90 minutes they are in for, but this could be a good time to play Bayern as they have had a big week.
Borussia Dortmund also made it to the semi-finals of Europe’s elite club competition with a dramatic 3-2 win over Malaga.
Jurgen Klopp’s men scored two goals in injury time to make it through to the final four and this weekend, they are sure to be confident of a win at Greuther Furth, who currently sit bottom of the table and look to be heading into the second tier of German football.
The hosts have won just twice all season and Dortmund have claimed three straight wins in the league, so it is no surprise that the away team are the big favourites for this one at 6/13.
Hoffenheim won last weekend and that moved them to within a point of the relegation play-off spot and six away from 15th place, so another victory is what they need at Wolfsburg this time out.
Wolfsburg don’t look to have a great deal to play for as they are comfortably in mid-table and have drawn their last three, so Hoffenheim know there is a chance for them to come out on top here.
You can back an away win at 11/4.
Elsewhere, Fortuna Dusseldorf entertain Werder Bremen in a battle between two sides in no form whatsoever, but they do still have a healthy gap over the bottom three. A win for either side could all but guarantee their Bundesliga status.
Mainz and Hamburger also lock horns and the evening kick-off looks to be a cracker between Schalke and Bayer Leverkusen.
Leverkusen currently sit in third place and Schalke are in fourth and with four points separating these two, it looks to be the game of the weekend.
A win for the away side would mean they were all but certain to land third place, but the hosts know three points would blow the race for automatic Champions League qualification wide open.
It should be a cracking fixture to round-off a big day of Bundesliga action.