Bayern Munich, the 10-time reigning champions, have not been themselves at all this time. They are eager to regain their form, and this forthcoming game appears to be a perfect chance. They will strive to defeat the struggling Bayer Leverkusen at home and get three points.
Leverkusen is ranked 15th out of 18 clubs, and they have undoubtedly been one of the weakest squads in the entire campaign. They have only won once so far, and it was against Mainz, who had a poor record.
They are conceding many goals, and it has been difficult for them to play well defensively away from home for a while now.
In actuality, they haven’t shown much strength lately when traveling, so it goes without saying that they are under pressure. They will be really nervous because they are playing the current champions.
The Bavarians are additionally under pressure. It is true that Robert Lewandowski, their outstanding striker, left the team. The squad did made some solid acquisitions, though, and it seems like they are making every effort to maintain their competitive edge.
As of right now, they are ranked fifth in the table and have lost more than half of their games.
They are five points behind the leaders and, if they are careless, they risk falling even farther in the standings.
Expect a tough victory for the Bavarians this weekend at home given their tenacity and the excellent head-to-head record they have built up over the years against this adversary.
Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich Head-to-Head
- A 1-1 draw resulted from the most recent match.
- There were three or more goals in ten of the last twelve encounters.
- In the last nine matches played here, the home team has prevailed seven times.
- Four out of the last six games played at this stadium saw a home team score two goals or more.
Analysis and Prediction for Bayern Munich vs. Bayer Leverkusen
Despite their difficulties, the Bavarians went on a four-game winning streak while being unbeaten in ten of their last eleven matches overall. In addition, their most recent loss was here in the first week of January.