Hertha Berlin v Bayern Munich live stream to watch, plus Dortmund v Schalke from busy Tuesday in Bundesliga
Latest Hertha Berlin v Bayern Munich live streaming news, plus Borussia Dortmund v Schalke in what is a busy Tuesday from the Bundesliga in Germany tonight.
Bayern Munich will head to Olympiastadion to face Hertha Berlin knowing a win will secure their 24th Bundesliga title, with the games available to watch with Bet365 and their live streaming service.
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The club are currently 23 points ahead of nearest rivals Borussia Dortmund and a victory in Berlin would mean that Pep Guardiola’s side couldn’t be caught with 7 games left.
It would mean that Guardiola would claim his third trophy of a remarkable season to date, after earlier successes in the European Super Cup and the FIFA World Championship.
They face a Hertha side that has failed to win in any of their last 4 games and has failed to find the net in their last two games, their form in stark contrast to a Bayern side chasing a 17th straight win in the Bundesliga.
While the destination of the title is a formality at this stage of the season, the battle for second place in proving an intriguing battle.
The capitulation of Bayer Leverkusen, one of the Bundesliga’s form teams prior to the winter break but now sitting in fourth place means that Schalke and Borussia Dortmund are in a straight fit for second place.
Just one point separates the pair ensuring that there meeting at the Signal Iduna Park will be the highlight of Tuesday’s match-ups.
Despite sitting second in the table, Dortmund have proved an inconsistent force this season exemplified by the fact that they head into the clash with just two wins from their last 5 games.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have struggled at home in recent weeks winning just two of their last 7 games, losing to Bayern Leverkusen, Hertha Berlin and most recently Borussia Monchengladbach and drawing with Augsburg during that poor run.
Schalke meanwhile have won their last three games scoring 9 goals in the process and conceding just two.
Manager Jens Keller insists that the focus is just on securing a champions league spot admitting he is too concerned about finishing second.
The goal is as before, to qualify for the Champions League,” said Keller. “In this regard Schalke are in a very good way.
“However, we must keep a cool head.
“We’re playing a very, very good second half (of the season) and know our strengths.”
Fourth place Bayer Leverkusen will hope to end a run of 6 games without a win when they take on Augsburg while should they fail then Borussia Monchengladbach who face Eintracht Frankfurt could overtake them in the table.