Bayern Munich vs Hoffenheim Live Stream, odds, Match Preview – Latest from Allianz

Latest Bayern Munich v Hoffenheim live stream schedule, odds and a match preview as table toppers Bayern Munich will resume action following the international break with a home game against Hoffenheim.

Pep Guardiola’s side headed into the break in good form with 6 wins and a draw from their last 7 league games. In addition to their strong domestic showing, the club have already secured their place in the next phase of the champion’s league ensuring that their focus until February will on retaining their crown.


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The club are currently four points clear at the top from Wolfsburg with this weekend’s opponents currently 5th in the table, 10 points behind.

The good news of the Bavarian outfit is that Manuel Neuer is expected to take his place between the posts this weekend. The German international goal-keeper failed to appear for his country in their midweek draw with Spain due to discomfort in his knee. However he safely came through a training session on Wednesday and should play on Saturday.

Neuer’s availability will be a welcome boost for Guardiola with Pepe Reina still struggling with a calf injury and third choice Tom Starke sidelined with an ankle injury.

The prospect of having their first choice keeper fit will also compensate slightly for the absence of Phillip Lahm. The club captain is set for a three-month spell on the sidelines after fracturing his ankle in training. The 31 year old defender collapsed during a morning session at the club’s training ground and had to be helped to be taken from the field, before heading to hospital.

Hoffenheim have won 6 and drawn 1 of their opening 11 games and but will head into the game low on confidence after back to back defeats to Koln and Borussia Monchengladbach.

The two teams drew 3-3 at the Allianz Arena last season, only the second time in 6 games Hoffenheim had managed to avoid defeat. That run of defeats includes a 7-1 drubbing in 2012 and with Bayern averaging 2.45 goals a game and Hoffenheim conceding 14 in 11 games this term, the third most in the top half of the table, more goals can be expected this weekend.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.