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Stuttgart – Bayern Munich Tips Free Betting Tips

Stuttgart, who are fighting to avoid relegation, extended their horrible league run in 2023 (G1, E2, P4) last time out as they made it 21 consecutive games without an away Bundesliga win against table-toppers Schalke, and were already trailing after just ten minutes. The five-time German champions can thank a 3-0 win over Cologne in their last home game for not starting the day in relegation, and will hope that returning to the Mercedes-Benz Arena can bring them luck again.

Encouragingly, Stuttgart finished with an unwanted all-time Bundesliga record of 31 consecutive home games without conceding in that Cologne win, but that poor defensive record hasn’t stopped them from taking 15 of their 19 points at home this campaign. However, they could struggle to improve on that solid record against such strong opposition, especially with their creative linchpin Borna Sosa (G2, A6) suspended, as they haven’t won when Sosa hasn’t played this season (E4, P5).

The top of the table is tighter than ever this season with just five points separating the top five teams before the matchday. Bayern Munich remained at the top of the standings after the last game, but could have found themselves behind the leaders going into this match, so they will be eager to take advantage of a weakened Stuttgart and, in turn, extend their Bundesliga unbeaten streak in Saturday’s primetime TV show to 25 matches (G19, E5).

Bayern’s form has been somewhat inconsistent by their lofty standards this season, highlighted by drawing the most league games (seven) since 2010/11 with 12 games still to play. The last two games between the two sides ended 2-2 (on Bayern’s home turf), but perhaps Bayern’s incredible run of 12 consecutive wins in official clashes between the two on Stuttgart’s home turf will ease any doubts about that result, and one more win will equal the longest streak against any opponent.

Players to watch: Gil Dias has appeared when it matters in his short time at Stuttgart, scoring in both of their official 2023 wins within ten minutes of coming on. In contrast, Bayern’s Thomas Müller is already a household name across Germany and could become only the second player after Robert Lewandowski to make 300 Bundesliga goal contributions if he scores or assists in this clash (Goals 141, Assists 158).
Key stat: Stuttgart have conceded a league-high 10 goals in their first 15 minutes of play this season, while Bayern have scored a Bundesliga-high 11 goals in the same period.

OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00

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Author: Daniel Morgan