Bayern Munich return to Bundesliga action when they host Eintracht Frankfurt at the Allianz Arena on Sunday afternoon (16:30 UK time).
Julian Nagelsmann’s men are one of two clubs heading into matchday seven unbeaten in Germany’s top division, and they currently sit atop of the young championship table, as for their opponents they are seeking a first win of this season.
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Scoreline prediction: Bayern Munich 3-0 Eintracht Frankfurt
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Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt build-up & previous line-ups:
Following a nervy pre-season and opening Bundesliga weekend draw against Borussia Mönchengladbach things are starting to Julian Nagelsmann’s way. The former RB Leipzig head coach has won his last nine matches, with five of those coming in Germany’s top division, Bayern’s run of five consecutive wins — that seen them net 22 times and concede just four goals — has allowed the Bavarian giants to assume control of the young championship table heading into matchday seven. The last time Bayern collected 16 points from their opening six Bundesliga games was in 2016-17 (16). Bayern have collected 16 points from their first six games of this Bundesliga season under Nagelsmann (five wins and one draw) – the last time they had that many points after six matches was in 2016-17 (16). Only Ottmar Hitzfeld (1998) and Otto Rehhagel (1995) have amassed more points from their first six league games as Bayern coach (18) than Nagelsmann.
Sitting in 14th place after the opening six Bundesliga rounds is Eintracht Frankfurt who come into this Sunday’s clash having won none of their opening games and drawing the last five on the bounce (the last four matches each ended 1-1). This is their worst start to a season in the top flight since 2008/09, which was the only previous season in which they were winless after six games (3 points). Frankfurt sits alongside Arminia Bielefeld as the only winless Bundesliga teams going into matchday seven. However the Eagles won the last Bundesliga encounter with Bayern (2-1) and will be seeking to register back-to-back wins over the German champions for the first time since 1995. That being said, away from home, Bayern have won each of the previous 12 league meetings.
- Bayern Munich (vs Dynamo Kyiv): Neuer; Süle, Upamecano, Hernández, Davies; Goretzka, Kimmich; Gnabry, Müller, Sané; Lewandowski.
- Eintracht Frankfurt (vs Royal Antwerp): Trapp; Hasebe, Hinteregger, Touré; Chandler, Sow, Hrustic, Jakic, Kostic; Lammers, Borré.
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Player to watch: Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich)
Bayern Munich supporters received wonderful news in late August when talismanic defender-cum-midfielder Joshua Kimmich signed a new contract keeping him at the Bavarian giants until 2025. For some time now many observers have earmarked the 26-year-old as a future Bayern captain and Phillip Lahm’s true long-term successor. Right now the 26-year-old German international is going about his business in Nagelsmann’s midfield; an ever-present this season — only missing 18 minutes of action — Kimmich comes into this latest round of fixtures having netted three goals across his last two Bundesliga games and has been involved in a goal in each of his last three appearances (three goals and one assist). This means Kimmich has scored as many goals as in his previous 29 league outings. He’s also never had at least one direct goal involvement in four consecutive Bundesliga matches.
Bundesliga 2021/22 recent form:
- Bayern Munich: WWWWW
- Eintracht Frankfurt: DDDDD
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