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The main game of the day comes in the later kickoff at 17:30 GMT as Pep Guardiola’s Bayern side can be backed at 8/15 to beat a Schalke side who are vastly improving after a slow start to the season.
Whilst Bayern has managed to overcome many of the stronger mid-table sides over the past few weeks, the defending champions will have their toughest match yet as they take travel to Gelsenkirchen to face Schalke on Saturday.
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Having won 4 out of their first 5 games, Bayern have carried on their impressive form from last season and will be keen to keep the pressure on league leaders Borussia Dortmund.
The main news surrounding Bayern’s squad is the possible inclusion of new signing Mario Gotze who has missed the last few games with an ankle injury that he sustained in the UEFA Super Cup. But the German international has begun training in the last couple of days and could make his way onto the bench for the trip west.
Schalke have started to find some of their best form in recent games having won their last 3 games in all competitions and are looking to provide a tough test for the reigning champions.
One of the key figures that has starred in Schalke’s arrival has been Kevin Prince-Boateng as the former Portsmouth and Milan has featured in each of their last 3 games where Die Konigsblauen have not conceded any goals at all.
This will be vital for Schalke who are still missing key figures such as Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Kyriakos Papadopoulos to injury and will be out for the clash with Bayern.
With Bayern involved in a tough clash, Borussia Dortmund will be hoping that they can extend their lead as they travel to Bavaria and face a struggling Nuremburg who are on the cusp of the relegation zone.
Dortmund has won 5 from 5 in the league so far and the Champions League runners-up will be hoping to keep their form going for the 6th straight week.
One major absence from the Dortmund squad will be Sebastian Kehl who faces the next six weeks out of action after sustaining a foot injury during training earlier this week.
Nuremburg has been poor so far this season and the Bavarian side have yet to win in the league having picked up 3 draws and two losses so far this season.
They will be hoping that the experience of their defenders such as Emanuel Pogatetz and Marcos Antonio will be enough to help keep the attacking forces of Dortmund at bay for as long as possible.
With Dortmund expected to pick up the 3 points at the Frankenstadion, all eyes will fall on Bayern to see whether they can outclass a resurgent Schalke and keep the early pressure on Dortmund in the title race.