SC Freiburg vs. Bayern Munich German Bundesliga Predictions, Picks and Betting Tips 6-20-2020
SC Freiburg (12-9-11) vs. Bayern Munich (24-4-4)
German Bundesliga soccer on Saturday, June 20 2020 at 09:30 ET
Venue: Allianz Arena, Munich, DE
The Line: SC Freiburg +844, Draw +522/ Bayern Munich -416; O/U 3.5
TV: beIN Sport, Digi Sport 2, Sky Bundesliga, Sport 2 and BT Sport.
Newly-crowned Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich will host SC Freiburg in matchday 33 of the German Bundesliga at the Allianz Arena, Munich. Like other matches of the league, there will be no in-person attendance.
Bayern Munich, who is sitting on top of the table, won their 7th straight Bundesliga title and their 29th Bundesliga title last week against struggling Werder Bremen. Coming into this match, Bayern Munich has recorded 76 points with 24 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses. The hosts have recorded a whopping 93 goals with only 31 goals conceded. In their last time out, Bayern Munich defeated Werder Bremen by a lone goal to claim the title. In the match, the team's forward, Robert Lewandowski, scored an opener for the team in the 43rd minute of the game to end the first half with a lone goal lead over Bremen. After struggles and goal attempts from both teams, the match ended with Bayern Munich claiming both the win and the title. Even though Bayern Munich have led at half-time in 79.17% of their previous victories, four of their previous six wins have seen a slim one-goal margin of victory. Bayern Munich recorded 60% ball possession and 16 goal attempts despite having one of their men sent off.
SC Freiburg, on the other hand, is occupying the 8th position on the league table with 45 points. SC Freiburg has recorded 12 wins, 9 draws and 11 losses and coming into this match, they have lost only two out of their previous eight league matches. In their last time out, SC Freiburg secured a lucky win over Hertha Berlin to record a 2-1 victory and extend their lead on the league table. In the match which ended as a goalless draw in the first half of the game. Hertha Berlin scored an opener after 7 minutes into the second half of the game. However, the goal was disallowed by VAR due to foul in buildup play. In the 62nd minute, Vincenzo Grifo scored a fantastic free-kick to secure an opener for SC Freiburg. Hertha Berlin's forward, Vedad Ibisevic scored an unstoppable penalty in the 66th minute and held Freiburg to a stalemate. Five minutes later, a catastrophic defensive error from Hertha Berlin gifted a chance to SC Freiburg, and Nils Petersen rolled the ball into the back of the net from close range to record a win for the team. SC Freiburg finished the match with 49% goal difference and 17 goal attempts.
Robert Lewandowski will lead Bayern Munich. Lewandowski is the team's highest goal scorer and also the league's highest goal scorer with 31 goals. SC Freiburg's forward group will be led by Lucas Höler, who is the team's second-highest goal scorer, and Luca Waldschmidt, who is the team's third-most top goal scorer. Höler has 6 goals and 2 assists in 32 appearances, while Waldschmidt has 5 goals and zero assists in 21 league appearances.
SC Freiburg will be looking to extend their lead as they are just a point behind Hoffenheim, who are occupying the final Europa League spot. Bayern Munich, on the other hand, should book another nom-stressful win over Freiburg. Also, SC Freiburg's top forward and highest goal scorer, Nil Peterson will not start the game.
Coach: Christian Streich
Goalkeeper: Alexander Schwolow
Players: Christian Günter, Philipp Lienhart, Lucas Höler, Luca Waldschmidt, Christian Günter, Jonathan Schmid,Chang-hoon Kwon, Nico Schlotterbeck, Vincenzo Grifo and Nicolas Höfler
Coach: Hans-Dieter Flick
Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer
Players: Jerome Boateng, David Alaba, Benjamin Pavard, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Kingsley Coman, Robert Lewandowski, Mickaël Cuisance, Lucas Hernández and Thomas Müller
Prediction: Take Bayern Munich -416
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