Bayern Munich vs Braunschweig Preview (Week 14): Bayern Unshaken Despite The Leaked Tactical Approach

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Updated: November 27, 2013
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Bayern’s dominance might soon be easily challenged as confidential information about their tactical approach spread like fire before their match against Borussia Dortmund. The club has managed to thrash the Borussians though—a proof that true champions do not easily falter and will always be a sports betting heavy favorite in their respective matches.

 

Match Date: 30 November 2013 (local time)

Venue: Olympiastadion

 

Team Form

Bayern Munchen

A resounding win against Borussia Dortmund sealed Bayern Munchen’s dominance. What was initially thought to be a down the wire match ended with 3 goals to nil courtesy of Mario Goetze, Arjen Robben and Thomas Muller.

 

Going against the Bavarian nowadays and even dragging them to a draw proved to be a far-fetched idea. The club’s prolific form is its key to winning 27 of their last 30 matches. Making them even more dangerous is the fact that they have been scoring at least 3 goals during their last 3 home matches. Consistent, fluid and unstoppable, the Bavarians sends a warning to those who want to challenge their dominance.

 

However, a scandal has recently rocked the Bavarian camp. Top brass, Pep Guardiola is in total rage and keen on discovering the “mole” who released the squad’s tactical approach against the Borussians to a local newspaper prior to the actual match. Guardiola promised to sanction the involved party once he identified.

 

Guardiola’s reaction was far from being exaggerated as the leaked information might be used against them and therefore, threatens their dominance. Adding more frustration is the fact that Mario Mandzukic joins Franck Ribery, Holger Badstuber, Zherdan Shaqiri and Bastian Scweinsteiger in the injury list.

 

Indeed, the confidential data endangers the Bavarian’s success. However, given Bayern’s strength, the Bavarian remains unshaken and still, Bundesliga’s strongest force.

 

Braunschweig

Unable to convert their scoring opportunities, Braunschweig failed to leave the bottom pit of the table when Freiburg clinched a narrow victory. The club will soon meet reigning Bundesliga champ and top club, Bayern Munchen.

 

It seemed that Braunschweig shall be leaving the top-flight league earlier than expected. The loss gave their form a severe beating and it is pretty hard to recover when the upcoming match is pitted against the Bavarians.

 

Braunschweig has only won twice this season. Majority of their matches ended in defeats and occasional draws.

 

Football betting tip: Bayern Munich 3-1 Braunschweig

 

 

 

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