The Bavarians, defending monarchs and rivals of the Spanish Villarreal in the Champions League, lead the standings with a six-point advan
The Bavarians, defending monarchs and rivals of the Spanish Villarreal in the Champions League, lead the standings with a six-point advantage over Borussia Dortmund, who will face Leipzig tomorrow.
The Canadian of Liberian origin Alphonso Davies, down with myocarditis after a Covid-19 infection, could at least be on the bench of the exponent starters like Leon Goretzka.
The key question is whether coach Julian Nagelsmann will opt to rotate to reserve some players for the match against Villarreal on Wednesday.
Although it is unlikely that he will make radical changes against a dangerous squad, occupying fifth place in the championship with the same units as Leipzig, fourth.
At the start of matchday 28, Unión Berlín snatched seventh place from Colonia on Friday, with a 1-0 win.
A goal by Nigerian Taiwo Awoniyi at the start of the second half, in the 49th minute, defined the game for the team coached by Swiss Urs Fischer who were in a rut before the interruption of the Bundesliga due to the commitments of the national teams.
The capital club accumulated defeats against Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich and a draw against Stuttgart.
Awoniyi took advantage of a massive error by visiting captain Jonas Hector to beat goalkeeper Marvin Schwabe and give his team the victory.
Union Berlin took seventh place from Cologne, now eighth, and appears three points behind Hoffenheim, sixth, which marks the qualifying zone for European competitions.
Matchday 28 matches:
-Berlin Union — Cologne 1-0.
-Eintracht Frankfurt — Greuther Furth.
-Bayer Leverkusen-Hertha Berlin.
-Freiburg — Bayern Munich.
-Augsburg — Wolfsburg.