Bayern Munich vs Liverpool Preview

Bayern Munich vs Liverpool

Competition – UEFA Champions League

Stadium – Allianz Arena

Date: 13th March 2019

Kick-off time – 20:00 GMT

Liverpool will be facing an in-form Bayern Munich side when both teams meet for this return leg and the Reds do not have the away form in the Champions League this season to back it up.

Liverpool were the better team in the first leg at Anfield, but they failed to make it pay and ended up playing out a goalless draw.

As things stand, it is anyone’s game at the moment and fans will be expecting the Reds to go all out for the win.

Since the first leg, Bayern Munich have returned to the summit of the German Bundesliga while Liverpool have dropped down to second position in the Premier League table.

Two wins and two draws as well as three clean sheets have been Liverpool’s story since the first leg, however, they struggled in the two away games after that match and scored no goals.

Liverpool have also won just 1 of their last 6 away matches in all competitions and have scored just 4 goals in those games so it doesn’t look overly good for the Reds on the road.

Bayern Munich have been in fine form since the first leg as they have won three games, scoring 12 goals and conceding just one.

They scored 6 against Borussia Monchengladbach in their last league games at the weekend and that should have boosted their morale ahead of this game, but the Reds also won big against Burlney (4:2).

This is the most competitive betting market of the week as Bayern Munich are currently slight favourites to come out on top however the odds are close and Liverpool will undoubtedly have supporters who believe they can get the job done at the Allianz Arena.

Goal markets point to a lively game as over 2.5 goals is currently trading odds-on while Robert Lewandowski is favourite to score the opening goal of the game.

Liverpool’s didn’t concede an away goal in the first leg of this game so their approach should be interesting as an away goal means Bayern Munich need two goals to progress.

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