Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich look to consolidate at the top as they face Hoffenheim, with the game live streaming online with Bet365 (KO 14:30 GMT).
Unbeaten Bayern Munich will hope to keep their impressive start the season going when they face 9th place Hoffenheim on Saturday.
Pep Guardiola’s side currently hold a one point advantage over Borussia Dortmund at the top of the table after winning 8 and drawing 2 of their opening 10 games.
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Last weekend two goals from Mario Mandzukic and an effort from Mario Gotze saw Bayern beat Hertha Berlin 3-2.
Gotze’s effort, which proved to be the winner after two late efforts from Hertha, was his first league goal for the club following his summer move and the German star was delighted to get off the mark.
“It was pretty lucky the way it dropped in at the back post,” he said.
“There wasn’t much power on the header but thankfully it went in. Lucky but good for us.”
“It was a tough game,” Götze added.
“We were up against a really aggressive, on form, Hertha side. They’re not where they are on the table for nothing.”
Croatian star Mandzukic meanwhile was an early substitute for the injured Arjen Robben however the flying Dutch man is set to recover from the groin strain that saw him leave the field after 25 minutes.
Fellow attacker Tim Kroos was also forced off during the game but is also expected to feature while Javi Martinez is expected to feature again after making his comeback last weekend.
The good news continues to come for Guardiola with defender Dante also expected back after recovering from an ankle injury while Thiago Alcatara, Holger Badstuber, Claudio Pizarro and Xherdan Shaqiri all remain side lined.
Hoffenheim meanwhile sit on 13 points, ninth in the table and will head into the game in fine fettle after a 4-1 win over Hannover 96 last time out.
The club have just one of their last five games in all competitions and have drawn three of their opening five games at home, losing just one.
Markus Gisdol side have a number of player out for the game with defenders Alexander Stolz and Matthias Jaissle both missing.