Bayern Munich will be looking to extend their good streak when they visit Bayer Leverkusen in Week 20 in the Bundesliga. This game will be played on Saturday, February 6th at Bay Arena at 17:30.
The Bavarians are located in the first place with a comfortable advantage, as they have 52 points, 12 more than their closest rival (Borussia Dortmund). They are the best visiting team in the season with seven wins, one draw and one defeat, scoring 16 goals and allowing only six, the fewest by a team so far.
They come to this match with six consecutive wins in all competitions, and they have lost only one of their past 15. Their only defeat away from home was two months ago when they fell 3-1 to Borussia Monchengladbach by 3-1.
In the Bayern Munich Odds v Leverkusen, the team led by Pep Guardiola is favorite to win this game on the road, and they are listed with 1.7, while the home side is with 5.5, and the draw is with 5.5.
Bayern have the lead in the series with 43 wins, and 14 draws in 73 games in the league and the got the victory in the first meeting if the season by 3-0 at Allianz Arena with two scores from Thomas Muller and one from Arjen Robben; two of the Bayern Munich Greatest Players. It was the first time in four years that Leverkusen didn’t score a goal versus the Bavarians.
Despite Munich’s domain, they have not been able to win at Bay Arena in their past three games. They have only one victory in their last eight in all competitions. The last time they meet in this stadium, the team led by Roger Schmidt won 2-0 with goals from Hakan Calhanoglu and Julian Brandt.
Bayern Munich are the second best offense in the local tournament with 50 goals, but only 16 have been on the road. However, they are listed at online sportsbook Bodog with 3.8 Odds to win this game by one goal and with 5.0 to do it by two. Bayer Leverkusen are rated at 7.0 to get the victory at home by the minimum difference, and the score draw is with 5.0.
Leverkusen are in the fourth spot in the table with 31 points, and they have had a good season playing at home with five wins, two draws and two defeats, scoring 18 goals and accepting nine.
They will also be looking to continue a good streak, as they have six straight games with no defeat in all competitions. Last weekend, they beat Hannover 3-0 at home with two goals from Mexican striker Javier Hernandez. This will be the second of three games in a row at Bay Arena.
Polish striker Robert Lewandowski is the second best scorer in the league with 19 goals this season, only one behind Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. He is listed with 4.7 Bundesliga Odds to get the first in this game, and he is followed by his teammates Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben with 6.25.
Despite Bayern have struggled to win at Bay Arena at Leverkusen have lost only one of their past 10 games, take the Bavarians to get the three points at Bay Arena for the first time since 2013 and continue their path to another title.