Everything points out to a one-way street ahead of what is supposed to be the top-of-the-table derby in Bundesliga. Eintracht Frankfurt have been enjoying one of the best campaigns in a while, but they struggled a lot to find the right attacking shape at the start of 2017. The fixture take place on Saturday afternoon, March 11th.
Bayern Munich Vs Eintracht Frankfurt German Bundesliga 11th of March 2017 Details
Bayern Munich drew 2–2 away to Frankfurt when the two sides met in October last year. Of the 44 matches at home to Eintracht Frankfurt, Munich have won 36, drawn 5 and lost just 3. 64% of Bayern Munich’s home and 100% of Eintracht Frankfurt’s away matches had under 3.5 goals scored. Bayern Munich have won 73% of their home matches (W8 D3). Frankfurt have failed to score in 58% of their away matches.
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||11.03.2017 9:30 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||11.03.2017 14:30 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||11.03.2017 20:00 IST|
Allianz Arena, Munich
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Bayern Munich Vs Eintracht Frankfurt German Bundesliga Live Online Commentary
Bayern Munich are enjoying the best period of their campaign so far. The Bavarians swept Arsenal aside over two legs with a cruel 10–2 scoreline on aggregate. Head coach Carlo Ancelotti can be pleased with how his side’s performing in front of opponents goal. Bayern netted as many as 19 goals in last four fixtures in all tournaments. Polish striker Robert Lewandowski has been just unstoppable scoring eight goals in last six appearances for the hosts. Dutch winger Arjen Robben was also red-hot scoring four goals in last seven outings, including the one in the mid-week’s drubbing of Arsenal. As regards injury news: Bayern Munich’s key central defender Jerome Boateng has returned to training but is unlikely to make an appearance.
Head coach Niko Kovac needs to change something dramatically. His 3–5‑2 system functioned perfectly throughout most part of the campaign, but it does not seem to be doing the job anymore. Frankfurt have suffered four consecutive defeats in Bundesliga scoring no more than a single goal during the process. Ahead of this match Frankfurt have a lot of notable absences to report: Bamba Anderson, loanee Jesus Vallejo, Marco Fabian, Marc Stendera and Slobodan Medojevic are all doubtful. Center forward Haris Seferovic is also suspended.