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Darmstadt vs Bayern Munich Prediction & Betting Tips

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      • (28') T. Skarke
      • (95') O. Vilhelmsson
      • (36') J. Musiala
      • (46') H. Kane
      • (64') J. Musiala
      • (74') S. Gnabry
      • (93') M. Tel
      • (67') B. Franjić
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            Darmstadt vs Bayern Munich Predictions & Betting Tips

            Bayern Munich travel to Darmstadt in the Bundesliga looking to keep their faint title hopes alive with a victory.

            Date: 16/03/24

            Kick-off time: 14:30

            Venue: Stadion am Böllenfalltor

            With nine games remaining, Bayern Munich trail leaders Bayer Leverkusen by 10 points, leaving their title chances hanging by a thread. The table toppers have yet to lose a game this season, and this does not look like changing anytime soon, meaning Thomas Tuchel’s men may have to settle for second place for the first time since 2012.

            However, if they were to get three points this weekend, they can take advantage of any potential slip-ups by Leverkusen. They should enjoy plenty of success as they take on the league’s bottom side Darmstadt. The club lie in 18th position, they have held for the majority of the season. Their relegation has been all but confirmed, as they are 12 points from safety. They have won just twice all season, and have not done so since mid-October. In their last two games they have conceded eight goals whilst scoring zero, and this weak backline will open up plenty of opportunities for the likes of Harry Kane and Jamal Musiala in the Bayern attack.

            Kane’s 30 goals leads the division by a distance, and he will be hoping to add to this incredible figure. He will be fresh from scoring a hat-trick in the team’s 8-1 win last week against Mainz, and Darmstadt will be concerned that they could fall to a similar defeat.

            As expected, Bayern have been dominant in the head-to-head matchups between the two teams, as they have won six in a row. The most recent was the reverse fixture earlier this season in which they crushed the strugglers 8-0 at home. The hosts lost Joshua Kimmich to a red card very early on, but Darmstadt were then reduced to nine men. Bayern made the extra man count, scoring eight second-half goals. Kane grabbed a hat-trick, whilst Musiala and Leroy Sane bagged a brace each. Thomas Muller also found the back of the net.

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            Team News


            Matej Maglica and Fabian Holland missed the last game with knocks, so their availability for this weekend is unclear. Matthias Bader, Fabian Schnellhardt and Fabian Nurnberger could return by the end of the month.

            Bayern Munich

            Alphonso Davies exited the weekend’s game after being kicked in his face, so his availability is in question. Aleksander Pavlovic is eligible to return from a one-game suspension. Kingsley Coman is a long-term absentee with a knee injury.

            Form Guide


            In their last five games, Darmstadt have drawn two and lost three. The league’s bottom side are desperately searching for a win, but have managed to take points off much superior sides throughout this stretch. It began with a trip to Borussia Monchengladbach, in which they held them to a goalless draw. They were dominated in terms of shot attempts, as they managed to record just one on target themselves, but their defence held firm and kept a clean sheet. This preceded a home game against third-place Stuttgart, where they were narrowly defeated 2-1. Serhou Guirassy opened the scoring early for the visitors, but they had a man sent off in first-half stoppage time. Unfortunately for Darmstadt, they could not take advantage of the extra man as Stuttgart doubled their lead in the 92nd minute. The hosts pulled one back shortly after, but there was no time to find an equaliser.

            They picked up another point away from home against Werder Bremen, with a 1-1 draw. Christoph Zimmermann converted into his own net to put Werder ahead, but Julian Justvan ensured the points were shared. A heavy 6-0 home defeat followed, against Augsburg. The game was over long before half-time, as they were 5-0 down after half an hour. The result could have been much worse, but Augsburg were only able to add one more late on. Their most recent outing was a game at RB Leipzig, where they endured another loss. It was only 2-0 this time, but again they fell behind early. A goal in each half condemned them to defeat.

            Bayern Munich

            In their last five games, Bayern Munich have won three, drawn one and lost one. After a difficult period which saw them winless in three, Bayern have now gotten back on track with two huge wins. The latest of those was an 8-1 thrashing of Mainz at home. Harry Kane recorded a hat-trick, whilst Leon Goretzka scored a brace. Thomas Muller, Jamal Musiala and Serge Gnabry were also on the scoresheet. This followed a massive victory in the Champions League, as they overturned a 1-0 first-leg deficit against Lazio. It was a tense affair to begin with, but Kane’s first-half goal eased the nerves before Muller added a second on the stroke of half-time. Kane’s second of the game put the game to bed in what turned out to be a comfortable 3-0 win.

            Their title hopes took another huge blow as they dropped points at Freiburg. The hosts took the lead through Christian Gunter, though this was soon cancelled out by a goal from Mathys Tel. Musiala put Bayern ahead with 15 minutes to play, but Freiburg found an equaliser of their own late on. It took a very late winner to get past RB Leipzig at home. In the 2-1 victory, Kane broke the deadlock early in the second half, but Benjamin Sesko levelled the score later in the period. The game looked to be headed for a draw, but Kane stepped up once again to secure a huge three points for his side.

            It was the ideal response to a disappointing 3-2 defeat at Bochum. Musiala opened the scoring, but Bochum were able to turn it around before the break. Dayot Upamecano received a red card, and Kevin Stoger converted the resulting penalty to make it 3-1. Kane pulled one back but it was too late to mount a comeback.

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