Wednesday, December 5th, 2012
The Bundesliga on Saturday offers up a top versus bottom clash as second-from-last Augsburg welcome runner-away German league leaders Bayern Munich in a match that most will be backing the Bavarians to romp to victory in.
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Bayern Munich made German league history a few weeks back.
Following a 2-0 win away at Freiburg, they became the first Bundesliga team in history to clinch the Herbstmeisterschaft (‘winter champions’) after only 14 games. Bayern followed up the victory with a draw against rivals Borussia Dortmund, making Jupp Heynckes’ team the shoo-in favourites for this season’s domestic title.
With Mario Gomez returning to full fitness in recent weeks also, Bayern are now powering on all cylinders. Only Arjen Robben remains sidelined with injury, leaving Bayern with one of the best squads in world football to select their starting XI from.
After beating BATE Borisov 4-1 in the Champions League, Bayern may well mixed up their team for the trip to lowly Augsburg. Javi Martinez, Mario Mandzukic and Philipp Lahm all sat out the midweek match, and all could return this Saturday.
Augsburg, with just one win registered in the league all season, have a mountain to climb to get anything against Bayern.
Their star player in South Korean international Ja-Cheol Koo (he scored a golazo last weekend in a 2-1 defeat at Stuttgart), whilst the hosts will also be looking to forwards Sacha Mölders and Arisitida Bancé (depressingly yet to score this season) to fire them to success.
These sides have only ever faced-off twice before and unsurprisingly Bayern won both those match-ups. Another win for Munich on Saturday seems another nailed-on certainty.