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Bayern Munich v Werder Bremen Live Stream

Bayern Munich v Werder Bremen Live Streaming: Germany Bundesliga Match Review and Latest News

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Sunday’s Bundesliga action will kick off in Munich where Bayern takes on Werder Bremen. Jupp Heynckes’ team will be looking for its sixth consecutive league win. They are also aiming for a 17th consecutive win in all competitions against Werder.

On paper, Bayern had a pretty tough fixture to start off 2018 as they visited Leverkusen, who hadn’t lost since 20 September, but they ended up winning quite easily 3-1.

They have now won 14 of 18 league matches this season and seem to have another league title wrapped up already with a 13-point advantage over the rest. Thiago Alcantara and Manuel Neuer remain out, but Mats Hummels and Robert Lewandowski are back in training and could feature. The same applies to Joshua Kimmich, who missed the Leverkusen match with an illness.

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Werder started the second part of the season with a 1-1 draw at home against Hoffenheim. They have lost only one of last five league matches but still find themselves in trouble, sitting 16th.

Florian Kohfeldt’s team has been especially poor away from home this season with only one win and just five goals scored. Scoring against Bayern has also been problematic for them with only one goal in last eight meetings. In total, they have scored 14 league goals this season, which is the second-worst mark in the league.

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Fin Bartels, who’s been involved in over third of the goals (2 goals, 3 assists), is missing with an Achilles problem. Clemens Fritz is also a long-term absentee, but Ishak Belfodil and Thomas Delaney are close to returning.

Bremen last managed to avoid defeat against Bayern in 2010 when the two played out a goalless draw in Munich. Bayern doesn’t have a single home loss this season and has won seven of eight games played at the Allianz Arena. Another win, and very likely with a big margin, looks to be on the horizon.