Werder Bremen 7-7-17, Bayern Munich 23-4-4
6/16/20 2:30 pm
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Werder Bremen is welcoming Bayern Munich to Weserstadion in round 32 pf German Bundesliga.
Werder is getting close to being outside the relegation zone, but for that to happen, Werder needs at least one win from their last three games, two to be safe. Werder is now in 17th place in the standings with 28 points, the same amount as Fortuna in the relegation playoff spot in front of Werder. Mainz in 15th place is 3 points away. Werder has scored 35 goals this season while conceding massive 64 goals in 31 games. In their most recent Bundesliga match against Paderborn on the road, Werder has had 52% of ball possession, 8 shots on goal, 2 corner kicks, and 75% of the correct passes. I know that Paderborn is the weakest team in Bundesliga, but Werder had to pull the rabbit out of their hat, and they did it. Werder has won this game 1-5 for a precious three points in their battle to stay in Bundesliga. Rashica is Werder’s best player with 7 goals and 6 assists, while Klaassen added 6 goals and 4 assists. Mohwald, Toprak, Pizarro, and Sahin are all still injured, and they will not be in the lineup. In their last two games of the season, Werder will be playing against Mainz, who are their direct competitors, and Koln, who are safe. Mainz is certainly a beatable team for Werder, and if they can play another game as they did against Paderborn, Werder might just stay in Bundesliga.
With 7 points ahead of Borussia Dortmund, and only 3 games left, Bayern can secure another the title with a win against Werder in this match, and according to the words of coach Flick, that is Bayern’s goal. Bayern is playing fantastic soccer on both ends and they are on a 13-game winning streak in Bundesliga, Champions League, and the DFB Pokal. With three games left in the season, Bayern might surpass the 100 scored goals in Bundesliga, they now have 92 scored goals in 31 games. Defensively, Bayern has also been the best team in Bundesliga with 31 conceded goals. In their latest Bundesliga match against M’gladbach at home, Bayern was solid with 49% of ball possession, 5 shots on goal, 3 corner kicks, and 84% of the correct passes. It was a harder than usual for Bayern in this match because M’gladbach put good pressure on them, and was close to keeping the tie, but Bayern has scored a goal in 86th minute and has won this match 2-1. Lewandowski has scored 30 goals for Bayern this season, while Gnarby added 12 goals. Thomas Muller has 19 assists, and he needs 3 more to surpass Kevin DeBruyne’s record from his days in Wolfsburg. Coutinho, Tolisso, Sule, and Alcantara are injured and will not be in the lineup. There is no doubt in my mind that Bayern will win another title, if not against Werder, then for sure in their last two games, after all, Bayern has very little competition in Bundesliga for many years now.
Werder hasn’t won any of their last 18 games against Bayern, while Bayern’s away record is 1-3-11. Bayern is a huge favorite in this match, and deservedly so, and despite Werder winning their last game, they are just to weak to go toe to toe with the best team in Germany.