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Bayern Munich will continue their imperious march towards back to back titles when they take on Werder Bremen on Saturday.
Pep Guardiola all-conquering side currently hold a four point advantage at the top of the Bundesliga and will head into the game on the back of an impressive run of 10 straight wins in all competitions.
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The most recent of those came midweek when they defeated Augsburg 2-0 in the German cup thanks to goals from Arjen Robben and Thomas Muller.
The win came at a price though with in-form Dutch winger suffering a knee injury in the game and is now set for a 6 week spell on the sidelines.
The club took to twitter to confirm the player’s absence tweeting “Bad news: Arjen #Robben is seriously injured. The wound on his right knee is down to the bone. He will be out for 6 weeks.”
However Philip Lahm and Franck Ribery could both feature after recovering from injury. Lahm has resumed training after a strained thigh muscle while Ribery returned midweek following a cracked rib.
Bayern will once again be without long-term absentees Bastian Schweinsteiger (ankle) Holger Badstuber (knee), Xherdan Shaqiri and Claudio Pizarro (hamstring).
Gaurdiola’s side have a strong recent record against Bremen winning their last six meetings and with Bremen currently 13th in the table the Bavarians will be confident of stretching that run.
Should Bayern avoid defeat against Bremen they will extend their domestic unbeaten run to 40 games, 15 of which will have come under the former Barcelona coach.
Bremen meanwhile have won just one of their last five games although they will take heart from their 4-4 draw away to Hoffenheim last time out. With no cup game midweek Robin Dutt’s side will be fresher than their visitors although they will head into the game without left back Lukas Schmitz.
Dutt is also sweating over the fitness of striker Franco di Santo and Ozkan Yildirim although Phillipe Bargfrede will hope to keep his place after his goal scoring return last time out.