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Second place Bayern Munich will look to maintain their strong start to the season when they welcome sixth place Wolfsburg to the Allianz Arena on Saturday as the popular Stoke based firm announce they have live streams of a number of games from Bundesliga this weekend.
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Pep Guardiola’s men have won 5 and drawn 1 of their 6 game’s so far to sit level on points with rivals Borussia Dortmund at the top of the table with only goal difference separating the giants of giants of German football.
Last time out Munich thrashed Schalke 4-0 and they followed up that performance with another four goals in the defeat of Hannover in the German cup midweek.
Worryingly for the rest of the division captain Philipp Lahm has now claimed that his side are into their stride and about to get even better
“I think we can be very pleased with our recent performances,” the versatile star said after Wednesday’s Pokal win.
“We’re definitely heading in the right direction.”
Munich will welcome back Mario Gotze after almost a month out and the former Borussia Dortmund star is set to be on the bench for the visit of Dieter Hecking’s side. Long term absentee’s Thiago Alcantara, Javi Martinez and Holger Badstuber are all a long off a return to first team action.
Despite Wolfsburg sitting in 6th place after a strong start to the season they have still managed to lose three games and they have not beaten Bayern since 2009. In fact they have lost 9 of their last 10 meetings with the Bavarian giants.
Depsite their poor record however Hecking remains confident of causing an upset
“We’ll do everything to keep the game open as long as possible,” he said. “That it will be very difficult is clear.
“But you can always do it in any game, we have this hope.”
Former Munich star Luiz Gustavo returns from suspension to face his old club while Bas Dost and Vieirinha miss out through injury.
The game kicks off from the Allianz Arena in Bavaria at 14:30 GMT.