Reigning champions FC Bayern Munich will look to respond on their lackluster performance in the previous round as they host Hamburger SV at their homeground of Allianz Arena on Saturday, February 25th in a 2016-2017 Bundesliga season fixture.
Bayern Munich Vs Hamburger SV German Bundesliga 25th February 2017 Details
Bayern Munich won 1-0 in Hamburg when the two sides last met in September last year. Bayern Munich have won all but one of the last 11 competitive meetings against Hamburg (W10 D1). Bayern Munich score an average of 2.7 goals per match at the Allianz Arena. Both teams have scored in 50% of Bayern Munich’s home matches. Hamburg have failed to score in just one of their last 12 matches (8%).
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||25.02.2017 9:30 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||25.02.2017 14:30 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||25.02.2017 20:00 IST|
Allianz Arena, Munich
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Bayern Munich Vs Hamburger SV German Bundesliga Live Online Commentary
Despite of the setback in the match against Hertha last weekend, Bayern Munich are still five points clear at the summit of the table. Hardly-fought draw at Olympiastadion thus ended the three-game winning spell for head coach Carlo Ancelotti and his team. It was Bayern leading striker Robert Lewandowski who packed an equalizer six minutes in the stoppage time to save a point for the Bavarians. It was the 16th goal of the campaign for the Polish forward who is the most likely option for anytime goal-scorer pick. Bayern won six out of last seven matches at their home ground of Allianz Arena scoring as many as five in the demolishing of Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal in UEFA Champions League. As regards injury news: Bayern Munich are still without the key center back Jerome Boateng and French winger Frank Ribery.
On the flip side, everything seemed lost for Hamburger SV after the first part of the campaign. However, head coach Markus Gisdol was able to inspire his team to improve their performances emphatically. HSV had three vstraight victories before the last weekend’s home draw with Freiburg 2-2. The attack finally seems to be working since the team bagged at least two goals in each of their last three matches in all tournaments. Touching team news: Hamburg are doubtful over winger Nicolai Muller, forward Bobby Wood, and center back Kyriakos Papadopoulos.