Bayern Munich 18-4-3, VfB Stuttgart 9-9-7
3/20/21 10:30 am
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Bayern Munich is welcoming VfB Stuttgart to Allianz Arena in round 26 in the German Bundesliga.
Bayern has won their last 5 games in a row, and they have scored at least 2 goals in each of those games, 18 goals in total. Defensively, Bayern has been shaky, and they have conceded 6 goals, and they have conceded in each of those 5 games. With 58 points, Bayern is at the top of the table in Bundesliga, but Leipzig is just 1 point behind them. Bayern was playing against Lazio at home in the Champions League earlier this week, and they have won that game 2-1, and Bayern has advanced to the quarterfinals where they will face PSG, their opponent from last season Champions League finals. Bayern was playing against Werder in their last Bundesliga game, and they were great with 57% of ball possession, 6 shots on goal, 8 corner kicks, 6 big chances created, and a solid 88% of the correct passes. Bayern has been great offensively, and they have won this game 1-3. It seems that Lewandowski can stop scoring goals, and he now has 32 goals in 24 Bundesliga games to his name. Thomas Muller has added 10 goals and 10 assists. Costa and Tolisso are injured, while Kouassi is questionable for this match. Bayern was resting some players in the Champions League this week, which means we can expect their strongest lineup in this one, and once again, a lot of goals.
Stuttgart has won 3 of their last 4 games, while 1 game ended in a draw, and Stuttgart is now only 4 points away from the Europa League spot. Stuttgart is now in 8th place with 36 points, an impressive 47 scored goals, and 37 conceded goals. In their last 5 games, Stuttgart has scored at least 1 goal in each of those games, but they were able to keep 2 clean sheets. Kalajdzic is the leading goalscorer for Stuttgart with 13 goals, while Wamangituka added 11 goals. Sosa has 7 assists. Mola, Gonzalez, Egloff, Al Ghaddioui, and Mangala are all injured for Stuttgart. In their last game, Stuttgart was hosting Hoffenheim, and they have had 42% of ball possession, 4 shots on goal, 4 corner kicks, 2 big chances created, and 78% of the correct passes. With an own goal from Hoffenheim, and one more scored goal in the second half, Stuttgart has won this game 2-0, and they deserved it. This is a hard game for Stuttgart, and their schedule is not getting any easier after the international break, but Stuttgart is a good team, and they might surprise us by getting to the Europa League spot this season.
Stuttgart hasn’t won any of their last 3 games against Bayern, while Bayern is on a 3-game winning streak at home, and they are still undefeated at home this season. I’m being drawn towards both teams to score and the over, but because Bayern was resting some players in the Champions League, and they need a win to stay ahead of Leipzig, I will take Bayern to win and the over.