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Bayern Munich will look to move 13 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga when they visit Stuggart tonight (KO 19:00GMT).
Pep Guardiola’s side have impressed this season under the former Barcelona man’s stewardship winning 15 and drawing 2 of their 17 league games to date. The club are currently on a run of 9 straight wins, their most recent coming in a 2-0 success away to third place Borussia Monchengladbach.
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The club have scored 17 goals and conceded just 1 in their last five games yet despite their remarkable form captain Philipp Lahm has tipped his side to get even better.
“(It is a) huge opportunity to extend our lead,” he told Kicker ahead of the Stuttgart game.
“Then it would be hard to catch us.
“We have a mega squad, and if all come back, each player must know that he needs to maintain his performance at Bayern, whether in training or in a game.”
The German defender cum midfielder also admitted that part of his role as captain is to ensure that morale in the squad stays strong with so much competition.
We always talk of harmony and good mood,” he added. “We will see now when everyone is fit, then everyone must think for the team.
“All professionals should be focused on the greater good, (and) if someone breaks out it will be my job to capture those.”
With Bayern unbeaten in their last 27 away games and attacking pair Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben poised to return to the starting eleven, Guardiola will be confident of stretching that run to 28.
Ribery missed the clash with Monchengladbach with a leg injury with Robben returning to action in the second half following a knee injury.
Bayern have won the last six meetings between the sides and have not left the Mercedes-Benz Arena empty handed since a 3-1 defeat in November 2007.
Stuggart will head into the game on the back of a 2-1 loss to Mainz on Saturday, a result that saw them drop to 12th in the standings.
Despite the weekend setback captain Christian Gentner is hoping for a positive response against the defending champions.
“We see this game as an opportunity,” he told Stuttgart’s official website. “We want to win back some credit with the fans with a good performance.”