Thursday, February 14th, 2013
Bayern Munich continued their assault on the Bundesliga on Friday night when the runaway league leaders travel to mid-table Wolfsburg in a match which most will expect the Bavarians to win.
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The question for Munich boss Jupp Heynckes for the rest of the campaign is just how good a legacy he can leave before Pep Guardiola takes over the Bayern hotseat in the summer.
With a 15 point lead over second-placed Borussia Dortmund, a +48 goal difference, and only one loss to their name all season, Bayern Munich are set the record Bundesliga records this campaign. Bayern are on course to set the earliest-ever conclusion to a Bundesliga title race (currently April 26th), whilst they are are heading for the fewest goals ever conceded during a season (currently 21).
With a squad packed full of international talent – the likes of Gomez, Muller, Ribery, Kroos, Lahm, Neuer packing out their starting XI – the only silver-lining for Wolfsburg on Friday night may be that Bayern may have their attention split on their upcoming Champions League tie with Arsenal next week.
As for Wolfsburg’s selection issues, the big news is that striker Patrick Helmes could make his first appearance of the season. The attacker tore his knee ligaments last August, and is rated as 50-50 for the match.
Wolfsburg have only beaten Bayern once in their last 14 matches, and their is little to suggest that that sequence will change this weekend.