Bayern Munich in the last test against Hertha Berlin before the Club World Cup

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Solve Bayern Munich A heavy guest for his counterpart Hertha Berlin, today, Friday, at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin, to play the 20th round match of the German League, scheduled for nine in the evening, before the Bavarian team heads to Qatar to compete in the Club World Cup, which began on Thursday.

Bayern Munich are top of the Bundesliga standings with 45 points, 7 points behind their closest rivals, “Leipzig”, while Hertha Berlin ranks 15th with 17 points.

Bayern Munich will enter today’s match with full force, intending to win the last test before participating in the FIFA Club World Cup semi-finals, where the Bavarian team wants to head to Qatar with high spirits, to win the sixth title of the season, after winning the German League and German Cup And the German Super Cup, the European Super Cup and the European Champions League.

It is expected that the duo, Javi Martinez and Leon Goritska, will not participate with Bayern Munich today, due to infection with the Corona virus..

On the other hand, the newcomer, veteran Sami Khadra, will definitely participate with Hertha Berlin in today’s meeting, after joining Juventus during the winter transfer season, alongside Matteo Jendozy and the Polish Christoph Biontek..

Bayern are seeking to win the match today to consolidate the top of the table, before traveling to Qatar to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup..

The German League is announced Changing the date of the Hertha Berlin match against Bayern, and providing it for half an hour from its original date, due to the Bavarian’s travel to Qatar to participate in clubs World Cup.

Although the match seems easy for the leaders of the German league, in front of the fifteenth-place holder, Hans Flick, the coach of the Bavarian team, will enter the meeting very cautiously after defeats by Europe’s top teams against the rising teams repeatedly.

On the other hand, Hertha Berlin enters today’s match hoping to exploit the ground factor, to achieve a positive result in front of a strong opponent, as the homeowners want to exit the match with minimal losses to avoid further decline in the German league table.



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