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Bayern Munich vs Frankfurt: Preview, Prediction & Betting Tips

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            Bayern Munich vs Frankfurt: Preview, Prediction & Betting Tips

            Former Champions Bayern Munich host Eintracht Frankfurt as Thomas Tuchel’s side will be focusing solely on the UEFA Champions League for the rest of the season.

            Location: Allianz Stadium

            Date: 27/04/2024

            Kick-Off: 2:30 PM

            Bayern Munich for the first time in 11 years will end the season without a league title after being beaten by a wonderful Bayer Leverkusen side led by Xabi Alonso. Bayern will more than likely finish second, but VFB Stuttgart are only three points behind having played the same number of games. Bayern will remain in their position because of their superior goal difference.

            The hosts are now fully focused on the Champions League having secured their path into the semi-final midweek. Upon knocking out Arsenal, Bayern Munich were rewarded with a tie against the current favourites Real Madrid.

            Bayern Munich host an Eintracht Frankfurt side who also have their European qualification to contend with this season. Frankfurt are currently occupying the sixth spot in the Bundesliga. There is a possibility due to European performances an additional place due to the UEFA coefficient.

            In the previous league meeting, Frankfurt were the resounding winners. Bayern Munich will be seeking revenge after the away side trounced the former league champions 5-1.

            Bayern Munich To Win

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            Both Teams To Score

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            Over 1.5 Goals

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            Team News

            Bayern Munich Team News

            Bayern Munich have a host of injuries to contend with for their game against Frankfurt. Sacha Boey, Kingsley Coman and Serge Gnabry are all doubts with injury concerns. Leroy Sane is a suspension risk for Thomas Tuchel.

            Frankfurt Team News

            Frankfurt has injury concerns to the likes of Sasa Kalajdzic, Sebastian Rode and Medhi Loune. Winger Ansgar Knauff is a suspension risk for this game.

            FORM GUIDE

            Surprisingly, the form between the two teams could suggest that Frankfurt have every chance of gaining a result at the Allianz. In the last five games between the two teams, both teams have beaten each other twice and drawn the remaining game.

            Historically, Bayern Munich have the advantage over Frankfurt in the overall head-to-head. The two sides have faced each other 46 times in competitive matches, with Bayern Munich winning 32 times and only losing eight, drawing six. This fixture provides an average of 3.26 goals scored per game.

            The visitors are unbeaten in their last two games away at Bayern Munich, having not lost there since 2020. The game in 2020 finished 2-1 to the visitors thanks to goals from Martin Hinteregger and Filip Kostic. Leon Goretzka had given Bayern Munich the lead.

            In the last three games between the two sides, there has been a winning score-line of more than three goals on two occasions with the remaining game finishing in a 1-1 draw.

            It is worth noting that Bayern Munich haven’t beaten Frankfurt at home since 2020, where in that game they were resounding 5-0 winners. A match-winning display from current Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski, gave Bayern Munich the win that day.

            Bayern Munich’s home form has been excellent in the league this season. The hosts have played 15 games at the Allianz this season and have won 12 games, drawing once and only losing twice. At home, they have won four out of their last five and have averaged 2.47 points per game.

            Thomas Tuchel’s side have been brilliant in the attacking areas this season. The home side have averaged 3.27 goals per game this season and have only conceded 0.73 goals per game which makes for a fantastic record at home.

            Bayern Munich have kept clean sheets in 33% of their overall games this season, with a noted 47% at the Allianz. Bayern Munich have only failed to score in 10% of their games this season.

            In Bayern Munich’s most recent home game, they were comfortable winners in the end. Tuchel’s side beat FC Koln's side 2-0 thanks to goals from Raphael Guerreiro and Thomas Muller. The home side were deserved winners as they made the most of their 69% possession and they utilised the 16 shots the team managed to obtain.

            Bayern Munich’s overall form heading into this game is very respectable, having won three out of their last five games. Interestingly, one of those more recent defeats was in the Der Klassiker at home which ultimately handed Bayer Leverkusen the Bundesliga title.

            Undoubtedly Harry Kane will be of tremendous value to Bayern Munich’s chances against Frankfurt. The Englishman has had a stellar first season in Germany since his big-money move from Tottenham and he has most recently breached the 40-goal mark in all competitions.

            Kane has scored 33 goals in the Bundesliga this season and has averaged 1.11 goals per game this season. Kane most recently scored in the 5-1 win away at Union Berlin.

            Frankfurt’s away form is something of concern heading into this game, despite their positive record against Bayern Munich. Frankfurt have won only one of their last five league games, drawing once and losing the remaining three games away from home.

            The away side have lost their last two away games against Stuttgart and Borussia Dortmund, but they did record their previous away win against Heidenheim.

            Frankfurt recorded a 2-1 win over their opponents thanks to an own goal from Benedikt Gimber and Niels Nkounkou getting on the scoresheet. Frankfurt made the most of their inferior possession were clinical with four fewer shots than Heidenheim.

            The away side have averaged 1.13 points away from home this season. Frankfurt have won four games away from, drawn five and lost six in total. Frankfurt have scored 1.33 goals per game as well as conceding on average 1.73 goals per game.

            Omar Marmoush has been the key player for Frankfurt this season. The Egyptian has 17 goal contributions this season from 25 games this season. Marmoush has averaged 0.51 goals per 90 minutes.

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            The game will not be broadcast live on TV.