Schalke v Bayern Munich Live Stream – latest schedule from Veltins-Arena

Bundesliga Saturday schedule with Schalke v Bayern Munich live streaming, to watch online, plus latest odds, free bets and team news.

Schalke will have their work cut out to get off the mark in the Bundesliga as they host the champions Bayern Munich later today.

Schalke led, however lost 2-1 away to Hannover on the opening weekend of the season, as they got off to a slow start.

Jan Klaas Huntelaar opened the scoring early in the second period, however Edgar Prib and Joselu turned the game on its head.

Schalke had a relatively quiet transfer window, adding both Sidney Sam and Eric Maxim Choupo Moting from Bundesliga rivals in Bayer Leverkusen and Mainz respectively.

Striker Adam Szalai was allowed to join Hoffenheim, whilst Kyriakos Papadopoulos left for Leverkusen on loan.

Bayern Munich were far from their best against Wolfsburg on the opening Friday, although managed to win 2-1.

Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben gave Munich total control with goals either side of the interval.

Wolfsburg rallied and Ivica Olic halved the deficit in spectacular fashion, curling home from 25 yards.

In the dying minutes Junior Malanda missed a glorious chance to earn Wolfsburg a late point, putting wide from close range.

The Bundesliga champions Munich are also closing in on a deal to sign Xabi Alonso from Real Madrid, after adding Roma defender Mehdi Benatia earlier in the week.

Team news

Despite the loss, Schalke could name the same side, meaning Sam and Choupo-Moting will continue the midfield.

The youngster Max Meyer will be pushing for a start, however is likely to be named among the substitutes again.

Bayern will welcome back Jerome Boateng from a ban and he will take Holger Badstuber’s place in the starting XI.

Lewandowski will continue to lead the line as he looks for his first Bundesliga goal for his new club.

Schalke (4-2-3-1): Fahrmann, Matip, Kolasanic, Ayhan, Howedes, Neustader, Draxler, Boateng, Sam, Huntelaar, Choupo-Moting

Bayern (4-2-3-1): Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Dante, Bernat, Alaba, Gaudino, Muller, Robben, Gotze, Lewandowski

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