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Bayern Munich will be out to extend their lead at the top of the Bundesliga when they welcome Bayer Leverkusen to the Allianz Arena.
Pepe Guardiola’s men currently hold a 7 point lead over Wolfsburg at the top of the division and are a further 3 points clear of Leverkusen.
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Despite the league heading into only it’s 14th round of games, Bayern already look odds on for a third successive title and a win on Saturday over Leverkusen would all but end the title hopes of Roger Schmidt’s side.
The club have not lost in the league since April and already this season they have won 10 and drawn 3, scoring 32 goals and conceding just three.
While the signs point to a Munich victory, Schmidt is refusing to conceded defeat and believes his side can cause an upset.
“I’m not going to Munich to have a look around the city,” Hilbert told Bayer04TV.
“We are going to there to win. And we need to get a result in this game, as in the other [at Benfica in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday].
“Without wanting to be too confident, I believe we can go there with our heads held high and put on a performance.
“I think we can be really happy with the display against Cologne on Saturday. It wasn’t just a derby victory, but also the second win on the bounce in the Bundesliga.
“As I said, we can play our game and I’m sure we have got the quality to win the match.”
Both teams won last time out with Bayern narrow 1-0 winners over Hertha Berlin while Leverkusen turned on the style to beat Koln 5-1.
Bayern have no new injury worries ahead of the game but will be without long term absentee’s Philipp Lahm (ankle), David Alaba, Thiago Alcantara and Javi Martinez (all knee).
Leverkusen will be without Omer Toprak (knee).