Bayern Munich v Schalke Live Stream to Watch from Allianz Arena as Guardiola looks to tighten grip on Bundesliga title

Breaking Bayern Munich v Schalke live streaming schedule plus team news, with the game available to watch online with Bet365 (KO 17:30).

In-form Bayern Munich will look to extend their unbeaten domestic run when they clash with Schalke later today.


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Pep Guardiola’s record breaking side have won 20 of their 22 leagues game this season and have dropped points on just two occasions. With a 50 plus goal difference and a 19 point lead at the top of the Bundesliga it would take a minor miracle to stop the Bavarian giants from retaining their title.

They face a Schalke side that despite sitting fourth in the table heads into the game on the back of a 6-1 thrashing at home to Real Madrid in the knock out stages of the Champions league.

The result all but means that Schalke’s European adventure is over for this season but with the club just two points off second place Bayern Leverkusen there is still plenty left to play for this season.

Prior to their shock set back against Real, Schalke had been in good form in the Bundesliga and will to the Allianz Arena unbeaten in their last seven games.

With that in mind it is no wonder that Guardiola is not reading too much into the result against Real and is expecting another tough battle.

“I don’t know what will happen tomorrow,” he said.

“But we’ve been training incredibly hard. Schalke are one of the best teams in the league. They’ve done very well so far.

“We’re in good form and can take one more step towards defending our title.”

Bayern keeper Manuel Neuer, a former Schalke player, also warned his team-mates not to take Saturday’s opponents lightly.

“Schalke are always a strong opponent. You know you have to be careful and you will never win easily against them. We are highly motivated and we need to have the right attitude for the match,” he said.

Bayern will head into the game without Thomas Muller (hamstring) while Franck Ribery (thigh) and Xherdan Shaqiri (hamstring) are also likely to miss as they step up their return to first team action.

Julian Draxler could feature for Schalke after playing the game against Real, his first game since December.

Bayern won 4-0 when the two sides met earlier in the season and with home advantage an added bonus this time round the leaders will be confident of doing a league double over their opponents.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.