Prediction Stuttgart vs Bayern Munchen – December 16, 2017
Success re-dominating the Bundesliga this season is quite surprising for Bayern Munich after a change by making a surprise by bringing back the legendary coach, Jupp Heynckes replace Carlo Ancelotti at the beginning of this season.
And this time the team will again reap the test in the 17th Bundesliga game when Robert Lewandowski and his colleagues will face one of the season’s promotional teams, Stuttgart this weekend in away games.
As I know the Stuttgart headquarters this season is very haunted, and one of the team classmates of Borussia Dortmund must recognize the benefits of the home team in a few weeks ago.
But when viewed from the last four games the two teams are very reversed, because the home team can only achieve one point and defeat in the last three consecutive games and even failed to score a golpun.
And for Die Roten himself successfully won in the last four matches in a row in all events.
Bayern have a chance to play some coatings after midweek next week will face an important contra Borussia Dortmund game titled Der Classicer in the arena DFB Pokal at Allianz Arena, the opposing team itself is the defending champion.
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Data and Facts Stuttgart vs Bayern Munich
– Both teams have met 104 times, and Stuttgart itself is expected to be very difficult to master the game, seen the team can only achieve 18 victories, 20 times ended with a score draw and 66 other meetings won by Bayern Munich.
– And in total in the last 21 meetings, Stuttgart can only achieve one victory and one draw, since 27 April 2008 ago. The only team victory in away games on 27 March 2010 and then with a score of 2-1, had left behind through Ivica Olic, then replied by Christian Trasch and Ciprian Andrei Marica.
– Stuttgart’s last penalty when playing at home games over Bayern Munich occurred on November 10, 2007 ago with a score of 3-1. two goals from Mario Gomez successfully coloring this match and one goal Yildiray Basturk, and the visitors only able to reply one goal through Luca Toni.
Stuttgart: Schafer, Magnin, Fernando Meira, Delpierre, Hilbert, Tasci, Hitzlsperger, Basturk (Sami Khedira 46 ‘), Pardo, Mario Gomez
(Beck 79 ‘), Cacau (Marica 74’).
Bayern Munchen: Oliver Kahn, Philip Lahm, Lucio, Lell (Schweinsteiger 46 ‘), Demichelis, Franck Ribery, Hamit Altintop, Ze Roberto, Toni Kroos (Van Buyten 72’)
Luca Toni, Podolski (Klose 46 ‘).
– Of a total of five victories achieved by Stuttgart this season, the team was able to achieve when playing at home games.
– And while two defeats and one draw in this season are all achieved when Bayern Munich are away on the road.
– Stuttgart’s record kobobolan when playing in the home game as strong as the records belonging to a new opponent team conceded four goals and who became the best until the 16th week.
– Bayern Munchen reportedly ready to use the services of Tom Starke who had previously decided to retire, the condition is because the main goalkeeper Manuel Neuer team and second goalkeeper Sven Ulreich injury.
– The rumor team will certainly rely on Chadrac Akolo from the wing line, the Republic of Congo’s players have scored four goals this season.
– While the visitors will surely rely on the main striker Robert Lewandowski later in the day, his total has already scored 14 goals and while the Bundesliga top scorer, two goals from rival Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
– Hannes Wolf himself belm have experience when facing a team classmate of Bayern Munich.
– While Jupp Heynckes himself was recorded from 44 times met Stuttgart himself successfully won 22 victories, 10 draws and 12 times to defeat.
– Stuttgart veteran defender Holger Badstuber is Bayern Munich’s last retainer last season.
– Two retainer Bayern Sven Ulreich and Joshua Kimmich is ex Stuttgart.
– The home team is confirmed to be without some major retainers such as, Alexander Meyer, Carlos Mane, Daniel Ginczek, Dzenis Burnic, Anastasios Donis and Mathuas Zimmermann are reportedly injured.
– While Bayern themselves certainly not reinforced Juan Bernat, Marco Friedl, Arjen Robben and Thiago Alcantara.