Bundesliga Live Streaming Schedule : Nurnberg v Bayern Munich, Werder Bremen v Borussia Dortmund highlight Saturday
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Bayern Munich will look to maintain their advantage at the top of the Bundesliga when they travel to take on Nurnberg later today.
With rivals Bayern Leverkusen in action on Friday Pep Guardiola could see his advantage at the top reduced although with the current gap 13 points the former Barcelona manager won’t endure sleepless nights just yet despite his desire for perfection.
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Bayern are in total control of their own destiny and will head to clash against strugglers Nurnberg on the back of 11 straight wins in the league.
The feel-good factor around Bayern is noticeable for all to see with both Toni Kroos and Arjen Robben expressing a desire to extend their stays with the club.
German star Kroos has 18 months left on this deal but took to Facebook to reveal his confidence that a new terms would be agreed.
“I am very happy to play for Bayern and my position in the team is very good” he wrote on his official page.
“Fact is also that we couldn’t agree a new contract but since it runs until 2015 this is not a big problem, and we will see what the future brings.
Robben meanwhile is also to see his contract expire in 2015 but the Dutch star has indicated that he would happy to see out the rest of his career in Munich.
“We have an amazing team and I am happy here. The future is looking bright. I want to win a few more titles and I’m at the perfect club to achieve this” Robben told Bild.
“Plus I can’t really move up any more. You always want to play for a bigger club when you’re young, but there’s no bigger club than Bayern.
“I already played for Chelsea and Real Madrid at a young age, but I play for the best club in the world now and can no longer make a step up.”
Both players were on the bench for the 5-0 win over Frankfurt last weekend with Robben scoring in a 35 minute cameo and Kroos unused.
The pair will hope to feature on Saturday along with Franck Ribery who has been eased into action following a spell on the sidelines.
Bayern have been prolific in front of goal and resilient at the back with 19 goals in their last five Bundesliga matches and just two goals conceded in the league since beating the start of November.
Nurnberg have been in decent form in recent weeks, winning two and drawing three of their last 5 games to move out of the relegation zone.
Josip Drmic has been key to their improved form scoring 5 goals in his last four games and should be add to tally and secure a famous win he would move the club up the 12th in the standings.