" Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund, TV, Lineups, team news

 Time for Der Classeker! Sorry if you are a traditional species that hate this name, but it has become more and more appropriate over the years. Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are generally known as the two biggest teams in Germany, and this is the biggest match in the league so far. When these two teams collide, football as a whole wakes up.

Hansie Flick has never lost to Dortmund since taking over Bayern, but there's always a first time for everything. So, far from facilitating, he's probably going to try his best for this game. what does that mean? Well, let's have a look.

Team news

Let's dive straight into the expected line-up because that's what you are here for.

With Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller at the top, Bayern Munich has a heavy blow ready to take on the Dortmund defense. The question is who will support them from the wings. Kingsley Coman was comfortable with Colin to be fit for this match, so he's practically guaranteed to start. So he leaves either Serge Gnabry or tells Sani on the other wing.

Gnabry has just returned from a long absence due to a muscle injury, but he scored two goals in his final match and might be in a good position mentally to start. Sani, meanwhile, hasn't exactly shined up against Billy Goat. However, he's done some pretty good performances in front of Kuman in the last few weeks, and he's probably more fit than Gnabry at the moment.

Who will choose Hanse? Well, given how he's handling the substitutions this season, I have a feeling Gnabry is going to get a nod before Sunny. As long as the Gnabs is decent, he is a better defender than Sunny, who will be crucial to protecting Bayern's right-wing against the threat of Jadon Sancho. Leroy could always play a minor role, and in fact, that was what he did the last time Bayern Munich faced the first division. As a former man at Schalke 04, the 25-year-old might want a chance to start taking on his archenemy - but practicality trumps desire. We'll go with Gnabry for this.

This is the only point of ambiguity in the lineup, with the rest being relatively straightforward. Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka will start turning, while the rear quad will likely remain unchanged. Alfonso Davis will start at left-back, with David Alaba and Jerome Boateng playing in the center back. Instead of disastrous marching, Niklas Sule is the favorite starting right back at the moment.

It is possible that captain and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer have decided the squad. He's had an insane number of clean nets ruined by the terrible defense this season - and hopefully, the poor guy finally gets one Saturday.

Here's the complete set expected, in all its glory:

Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund, TV, Lineups, team news


Just minutes after this article was published, we received an update from BVB. It looks like Jadon Sancho, Giovanni Reina, and Raphael Guerrero will not be traveling with the team. Could you tell us that a little sooner, but okay.

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