There is an excellent three days of action in the Bundesliga this weekend, with all 18 teams in action across Friday, Saturday and Sunday as you can watch a variety of live streams on all the games from Germany.
Football in Germany is in full swing again after the winter break and there are some crucial points up for grabs this weekend. It is, after all, one of the tightest Bundesliga seasons for many years.
This is especially true at the top with one point separating the top four teams and it is the team in second – Borussia Dortmund – that kick-off the weekend’s action.
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The reigning Champions travel to Nuremburg this evening, knowing that victory would take them three points clear at the top. As for the home side, they could do with a positive result to help them move away from the bottom three.
There are then five games taking place at 2.30pm on Saturday. This includes two other teams fighting it out for the title.
3rd placed Schalke 04 are at home to mid-table Mainz, while Borussia Mönchengladbach – who currently occupy 4th position – face a tough trip to Wolfsburg.
Elsewhere on Saturday afternoon, Bayer Leverkusen host VfB Stuttgart, Hertha Berlin take on Hannover 96 and TSG Hoffenheim are at home to relegation threatened Augsburg.
Finally on Saturday, there is a cracking match in prospect at 5.30pm as Hamburg – who have only lost one of their last eleven games – host a Bayern Munich side that sit top of the table going into this weekend’s fixtures. It should be a cracker.
The action isn’t over after this one though as there are two Bundesliga matches on Sunday afternoon. First, bottom of the table SC Freiburg take on Champions League chasing Werder Bremen at 2.30pm.
Then, rounding off a thrilling weekend in Germany, FC Kaiserslautern – who are in the relegation zone as things stand – take on a Cologne side that are only two places and three points above them.
It should be thumping weekend of Bundesliga action from Germany.