Bayern Munich 1-0-1, Hertha BSC 1-0-1
10/4/20 12 pm
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Bayern Munich is hosting Hertha BSC at Allianz Arena in round 3 in German Bundesliga.
Another week, another title for Bayern Munich, 5th in just over 3 months. First, Bayern won Bundesliga back in June, then they won DFB Pokal after that Bayern went on to win the Champions League, while 2 weeks ago Bayern won the UEFA Super Cup against Sevilla, and finally, earlier this week, Bayern has won German Super Cup against Borussia Dortmund. It’s hard to find the team that is in better form than Bayern Munich. In Bundesliga, Bayern is in 8th place with 3 points, 9 scored goals, and 4 conceded goals. In their last Bundesliga game against Hoffenheim on the road, Bayern has had 72% of ball possession, 3 shots on goal, 6 corner kicks, 2 big chances created, and a solid 85% of the correct passes. Bayern was good in this match, but Hoffenheim was much better, and Bayern has lost this game 4-1. Gnabry is Bayern’s leading goalscorer with 3 goals. Lewandowski, Kimmich, Sane, and Muller each added 2 assists. Kouassi and Sane are both injured, and they will miss this game. The loss against Hoffenheim was Bayern’s first loss since January of this year, and I’m sure that it won’t affect Bayern’s future form. Bayern is the best team in Germany, with a lot of depth and quality on the bench, and once again, they are the biggest favorite to win the title.
Hertha wasn’t doing well in the preseason, and they have lost their DFB Pokal match, but they have started Bundesliga with a win. In their latest Bundesliga match against Eintracht at home, Hertha has had 56% of ball possession, 6 shots on goal, 4 corner kicks, 3 big chances created, and 84% of the correct passes. Offensively, Hertha was good in this match, but their defense was not up to the task. Hertha has lost this match 1-3. With 3 points, 5 scored goals, and 4 conceded goals, Hertha is in 10th place in the standings. Dilrosun and Maier are both injured for Hertha, and they will not be in the lineup for this match. Lukebakio, Cunha, Cordoba, and Pekarik have each scored 1 goal for Hertha this season, while Darida added 2 assists. Mittelstadt has added 1 assist. Hertha was far away from the relegation zone last season, and I think it will be the same this season as well. Hertha has a good team, and they can play good soccer if they put their heads together.
When playing at home, Bayern has not lost to Hertha in their last 21 games, while they haven’t lost any of their last 16 home games overall. Bayern is the better team here, by far, and I see them getting back on winning track in Bundesliga in this game. Hertha is not bad, but they are not even close to Bayern. I’m sticking with Bayern at home in this one.