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Bayern Munich will look to extend their unbeaten league run to 49 games when they take on fifth place Wolfsburg later today.
Pep Guardiola’s men are currently 20 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga with a plus 56 goal difference, more than double that of their nearest rivals, Borussia Dortmund and they remain on course for a second successive title.
Despite Wolfsburg chasing a Champions League spot the trip to Volkswagen Arena won’t hold any fear for a Bayern side that has won 21 of their 23 league games this season.
Wolfsburg European hopes suffered a big setback last weekend when they went down 6-2 to mid-table Hoffenheim but they face a tough task addressing that set back against a Bayern side that beat Schalke 5-1 at home last weekend and four against Hannover in their last away game.
Despite their imperious domestic form, Guardiola is not taking a win for granted and is expected a tough challenge against Wolfsburg.
“Wolfsburg are one of the big teams in the league,” Guardioloa,said. “They are a dangerous opponent, despite their 6-2 defeat last week.
“They have some very good players. It won’t be easy.
“It will be a big challenge, and we can take another step towards defending the title.”
Bayern will be without Thomas Muller, scorer of the only goal when the two sides met earlier in the season, with a hamstring injury while Jan Polak could feature after three months out with an ankle injury.
Wolfsburg will be without Christian Trasch following his red card against Hoffenheim last weekend.
Dieter Hecking’s side last beat Bayern back in 2009 yet despite a miserable run of six straight defeats striker Bas Dost insists they can leave their mark on the game.
“For me, a home game against Bayern is the game of the year,” he told the club’s official website. “We need to show just what we are capable of.
“We are not just going into that game to sit back and watch how good the opponents are.
“Why must we lose against Bayern Munich? We are Wolfsburg, we are playing at home.
“Bayern are strong, but we have our own qualities too and we have proven that often enough.”