Bayern Munich vs RB Leipzig: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
Bayern Munich host RB Leipzig on Saturday at 5:30 PM (UK time) in an early Bundesliga title race six-pointer.
Bayern Munich vs RB Leipzig: Predictions
Bayern are currently enjoying a 14-game unbeaten run across all competitions, seeing them safely through to the Champions League knockout rounds and back to the top of the Bundesliga table.
It was RB Leipzig that Hansi Flick’s men leapfrogged in the league, with Julian Nagelmann’s side losing to Borussia Monchengladbach (1-0) at the end of October before a costly 1-1 draw away at Eintracht Frankfurt last month.
That being said, Leipzig remain just two points behind the defending German and European champions and can take their place back at the top of the Bundesliga table with a victory at the Allianz Arena.
Bayern have scored more goals (31) than any other side in the Bundesliga so far this season, while Leipzig have conceded the fewest (6). Something has to give on Saturday as the two go head-to-head.
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Bayern Munich vs RB Leipzig: Match Stats
After winning the first three Bundesliga meetings between these two, Bayern have tasted victory just once in their last five league games against RB Leipzig.
Leroy Sane has assisted Serge Gnabry for two goals this season — the joint-highest assist-to-goalscorer ratio in the Bundesliga. Bayern also have four other partnerships on the same total.
RB Leipzig have been awarded a league-high five penalties in the Bundesliga this season, Bayern are third with three.
Bayern have equalled Eintracht Frankfurt’s 1974/75 record of 31 goals in the opening nine games of a Bundesliga campaign but have also conceded 13 goals — the last time they allowed more at this stage was back in 2008/09 (15) under Jurgen Klinsmann. Wolfsburg won the title that season.