Betting Preview: Bayern Munich v Eintracht Frankfurt: Back the Bavarians for another comfortable victory

No team seems to have the answer to stopping Jupp Heynckes’ side and they’ll be looking to get the better of Niko Kovac’s charges

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich welcome Eintracht Frankfurt to the Allianz Arena for their week 32 clash on Saturday afternoon.

The Bavarian giants might have sealed a sixth league title on the bounce but they have showed no signs of slowing down.

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Though they suffered defeat at home to Real Madrid in the Champions League in midweek, they are favourites here with Bet365 at odds of (1.66).

Die Adler were on the receiving end of a 3-0 drubbing from Hertha Berlin last time out. They sit in seventh place on 46 points but are just five points behind Bayer Leverkusen for the final Champions League place.

Getting a win in the Bavarian capital would be a herculean task which explains why they are underdogs at (4.33).

The same firm quotes odds of (4.33) for the match to end all square.

Jupp Heynckes’ men are unbeaten in their last 13 games against Frankfurt, winning 10 and drawing three. They are definitely good to avoid losing at (1.22).

Eintracht haven’t claimed a point in Munich since November 2007 neither have they been able to win in the city since November 2000. This points towards Bayern dominating this game and are offered at (3.20) to win to nil.

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Heynckes is yet to lose a single game against Die Adler as Bayern boss. Punters can bank on the Bavarians winning both halves which is valued at (4.33).

Thomas Muller has registered 12 assists which is the highest of any player in the German top-flight this season. He has also found the back of the net eight times and is tipped by Bet365 to score anytime at (2.50).

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.

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