Relegation zone side FC Ingolstadt 04 will face the reigning champions FC Bayern Munich in a 2016–2017 Bundesliga season fixture at the Audi Sportpark on February 11th, Saturday.
FC Ingolstadt 04 Vs FC Bayern Munich German Bundesliga 4th February 2017 Details
Bayern Munich won 3–1 at home to Ingolstadt when the two sides last met in September last year. Bayern have won all of the four prior competitive meetings against Ingolstadt. Both teams have scored in 5 of Bayern Munich’s last 7 Bundesliga away matches (72%). Ingolstadt have scored at least one goal in all but one of their last 7 home matches (86%), Bayern have won 2–1 or 3–1 in four of their last six matches.
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||11.02.2017 9:30 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||11.02.2017 14:30 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||11.02.2017 20:00 IST|
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FC Ingolstadt 04 Vs FC Bayern Munich German Bundesliga Live Online Commentary
The hosts Ingolstadt is reeling at the moment as the team has lost three of its last four fixture. They continue to be in the drop area, only one point behind 16th-placed side Hamburg and six points ahead of the rock bottom team SV Darmstadt 98. Die Schanzer was narrowly defeated by Hertha Berlin, 0–1, away from home at the Olympiastadion last Saturday. Die Alte Dame’s Japanese midfielder Genki Haraguchi scored the only goal of the match Hertha as the team handed manager Maik Walpurgis’ squad their 12th defeat of this campaign. Touching hosts’ injury news: Ingolstadt are doubtful over center forward Moritz Hartmann and winger Mathew Leckie.
On the other side, defending champs Bayern Munich is looking to win its fifth consecutive Bundesliga title as they continue to be on top of the German top flight division, four points clear of the closest pursuer RB Leipzig, with 15 matches remaining in the season. The Bavarians snapped their seven-match winning run in their most recent game last Saturday at Allianz Arena after they drew 1–1 with Schalke 04. Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring in the ninth minute with a left-footed strike from the center of the box off an assist by Chilean box-to-box midfielder Arturo Vidal following a corner kick. However, Schalke equaled the score just four minutes later from a free kick by Brazilian central defender Naldo. The stalemate was Bayern’s fourth of the campaign. As regards the visitors’ injury news: Bayern Munich are without German defender Jerome Boateng and are doubtful over French winger Franck Ribery.