After a two-week international break, the Bundesliga will resume this weekend. On Friday, Bayern Munich will host Bayer Leverkusen to open the eighth matchday. For the defending champions, who are trying to stop a four-game Bundesliga losing run, this is a game they must win.In their final game before the international break, Bayern lost to Augsburg. The Bavarian club put on a poor showing, struggling at both ends of the field. Bayer Leverkusen, however, has had a difficult season in the Bundesliga. They have only won one league game in the past seven gameweeks, and they are now at fifteenth in the standings. Let’s examine the key information surrounding Bayern’s crucial game on Friday.
This week, Manuel Neuer and Leon Goretzka returned to training at Bayern. After recovering from the coronavirus, the German team is healthy enough to play on Friday. Kingsley Coman has begun practicing on the field, but the French winger’s first game will come too soon. Paul Wanner, Bouna Sarr, and Lucas Hernandez will all be sidelined by injury for this game.
Bayern Munich starting 11 against Bayern Leverkusen