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HansiFlick’s men have not missed a step since the league returned in May, winning all six of their matches to make it 16 victories from their last 17 in the top flight.
Although Werder Bremen have won three of their last six games to give themselves a chance of survival, they still remain in the relegation zone and will have their work cut out to take anything from the champions-elect.
Incredibly, Bayern have won this fixture 21 times in a row in all competitions and are just 1/6 (1.16) with bet365 to claim the victory that will see them win the title for the 30th time in their history.
Werder have only managed a single home win all season and the 12/1 (13.0) quote reflects just how unlikely it is that they will double that tally on Tuesday.
These two sides have not played out a draw since September 2010 and bet365 make it 13/2 (7.50) that they share the points.
Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller should return to the starting XI after being suspended for Bayern’s 2-1 win over Borussia Monchengladbach at the weekend.
Having seen his team thrash bottom club Paderborn 5-1 on Saturday, Werder manager Florian Kohfeldt is unlikely to make any changes to his side.
If the chasing pack thought that Bayern might struggle to pick up where they left off following the enforced hiatus, they have been sorely mistaken.
In seven games since the return, the title holders have scored 19 goals and kept three clean sheets, two of which have come away from the Allianz Arena.
Although Werder were in phenomenal form at Paderborn last week, their home games do not make for pretty reading with Kohfeldt’s side having failed to score in their last three at Weser Stadion.
With Bayern out to claim yet another title and Werder in poor form, an efficient performance seems likely and the 11/10 (2.10) from bet365 on the visitors to win to nil looks excellent value ahead of this Bundesliga clash.
Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.