The caretaker coach expects no other side to do Bayern any favors as the club travel to Frankfurt this weekend
Bayern Munich caretaker coach Andries Jonker has refused to underestimate Eintracht Frankfurt ahead of the two sides’ meeting on Saturday.
The Bavarian giants currently sit in fourth place, two points behind Hannover who occupy the final Champions League qualification spot. Hannover defeated Freiburg 3-1 on Thursday evening.
A win against the Eagles will see Jonkers' men leapfrog Hannover, although the coach is expecting a tough game despite Frankfurt winning only one match in 2011.
"Frankfurt are focused on what's going on behind them,” the Dutchman told the club's official website. “Every point is extremely welcome to them so we're expecting Frankfurt to be highly motivated. They will fight for every inch of ground.”
Christoph Daum's side are currently struggling with injuries but Jonkers is anticipating a decent performance from them.
"Even if they're missing a few players. they're still capable of turning in a decent display,” he warned. “There will definitely be no complacency and we won't underestimate them in the slightest. We're taking Frankfurt very seriously."
The former Willem ll coach enjoyed a winning start to his temporary reign of Bayern with a thumping 5-1 victory over second-placed Bayer Leverkusen last weekend.