Bayern Munich may have been slowed down in their attempts to try and capture the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night, but they will look to make sure that their pursuit of a 10th consecutive Bundesliga title does not falter.
Indeed, the Bavarian giants were perhaps left a little surprised that they were not able to get the job fully completed when they made the short trip to Austria in midweek as they drew 1-1 with RB Salzburg, especially as they needed a last-minute goal from Kingsley Coman to help them out on the night.
Nonetheless, it gives them the opportunity to put things right at the Allianz Arena in a couple of weeks, however they do also have a couple of Bundesliga fixtures to contend with in the meantime.
This weekend will see FC Bayern Munich take on SpVgg Greuther Furth and it is perhaps no surprise that the hosts are strong favourites to be able to pick up all three points in this particular fixture.
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Julian Nagelsmann’s side are incredibly strong favourites to overcome the challenge of Greuther Furth on Sunday, that Betway Sportsbook has provided them with a price of 1/14. If you fancy an upset, though, then the odds of 28/1 for Sunday afternoon’s clash might be worth a punt, although you’d have to say it is incredibly unlikely.
That said, VfL Bochum showed that the Bavarians can be beaten this season in the most-recent match to have been played by the perennial champions, with the mid-table side ousting them 4-2 last weekend.
However, realistically, it would be almost impossible to see Furth secure a positive result given their status of being at the bottom of the Bundesliga table.
Relegation certainly looks likely for the football club at the end of the season, as they have only been able to win three games of the 22 played so far, whilst picking up just four draws in the process, too.
What looks to be a rather predictable and unsurprising win for FC Bayern Munich on Sunday, the real question might be on how many goals are scored and what the winning margin actually might be once the final whistle is blown at the Allianz Arena.