Bayern Munich vs Lazio: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
Bayern Munich welcome Lazio to Germany as Hansi Flicks side look to confirm their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday at 8pm.
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Bayern Munich vs Lazio: Predictions
Bayer Munich all but sealed their spot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League with an emphatic 4-1 victory away to Lazio just a few weeks ago. Although usual suspect Robert Lewandowski scored the opening goal it was youngster Jamal Musiala who stole the headlines as he became the youngest English scorer in the Champions League.
Lazio’s goal in the 49th-minute was nothing more than a consolation with the Italian side already finding themselves 4-0 down at that point. Since the defeat to the current Champions League champions, Lazio have only won one (losing two) of their three Serie A games which came on the weekend against Crotone.
With one foot in the quarter-final, Hansi Flick will likely look to add another goal or two before taking their foot off the gas just to ensure no miraculous comeback from the Italians. Munich have scored 12 goals in their three Bundesliga games since their victory in Rome.
Bayern Munich vs Lazio: Match Stats
Robert Lewandowski has only scored four goals in this season’s Champions League competition which is six behind his Bundesliga rival, Erling Haaland. With Lazio showing such poor form in recent weeks, conceding 11 goals in their last four games in all competitions will fill the Polish striker with confidence he can add to his tally.
Bayern’s record of 20 goals in their last six games across all competitions indicates they are more than capable of putting five past Lazio on Wednesday, however, it could just be a matter of whether they will want to secure their place in the quarter-finals and then rest their key players ahead of their game against Stuttgart on Saturday.