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LionsBet Preview: RB Leipzig v Bayern Munich: Expect Lewandowski to score

10:01 GMT 17/03/2018
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The Polish international doesn’t know to stop scoring and will be looking to get into the act again when the Bavarians head to the east of Germany

The Red Bull Arena is the venue of Sunday’s epic Bundesliga clash between RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich.

Die Rotten Bullen were on Europa League duty away at Zenit St. Petersburg on Thursday and claimed a 1-1 draw which was enough to see them through 3-2 on aggregate to the quarterfinals  where they take on Marseille.

Last season’s league runners-up have not been impressive in the top division lately, going four games without victory and are underdogs at (5.25) with LionsBet.

Die Bayern were also on European duty in the Champions League at Besiktas and come out 3-1 victors, progressing to the last eight 8-1 on aggregate and will meet Sevilla.

Jupp Heynckes’ men hold a massive 20 point lead at the summit of the log and having seen off their hosts 2-0 in the reverse fixture at the Allianz Arena, they are tipped at (1.65) to make it back to back wins.

Leipzig have drawn their last two league games and it’s (4.20) for a third consecutive stalemate.

Bayern could be win a sixth straight Bundesliga title if they win in at the Red Bull Arena while Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund drop points in their respective games. The Bavarians winning either half in this encounter is valued at (1.35).

Ralph Hasenhuettl’s men are winless in their last four league games following European action and are quoted at (1.12) not to keep a clean sheet.

Bayern have won their last six away games, their best run since 2014 and are favourites to get the game’s opening goal at odds of (1.50).

14 goals have been scored in the three league meetings between these two. Backing three of more goals in Leipzig is offered at (1.65).

Fresh from scoring his 100th Bundesliga goal in the 6-0 mulling of Hamburg last weekend, Robert Lewandowski is LionsBet’s favourite to score first at (2.60) and (1.35) anytime.