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Bayern pursuers battle for European spots

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Berlin, Feb 4 (EFE) .- The leader of the German tournament, Bayern Munich, will visit Hertha Berlin tomorrow in the last match before the Club World Cup, while their pursuers will fight for the positions that give the league classification Champions and the Europa League.

While Bayern’s advantage over second, RB Leipzig, is seven points, the difference between second and seventh, Borussia Mönchengladbach, is only six, which shows that the movement that the matchday can generate will be in that classification zone.

Among the pursuers is also Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla’s rival in the round of 16 of the Champions League, which is sixth, one point below the fourth box that qualifies the top European club competition.

Dortmund comes from winning in the second round of the German Cup 3-2 against Paderbor, from the second category, in extra time, with difficulty and controversy. However, it is also true that after going through a crisis he has won his last three games and that he leaves on Saturday as a favorite against Freiburg.

Leipzig will visit bottom side Schalke, who except for a miraculous reaction is hopeless and has to start making plans for the second Bundesliga.

In that match, Leipzig naturally starts as the clear favorite, although it cannot be forgotten that two days ago they were surprisingly defeated by the penultimate, Mainz.

Wolfsburg, third placed, will visit Augsburg, another team from the bottom of the table, although with a relatively comfortable income, five points, above the direct relegation zone.

Fifth-placed Eintracht Frankfurt will visit Hoffenheim on Sunday, a team that is tied for points with Augsburg and which suffered a crisis caused by injuries and coronavirus infections after a great start.

Hoffenheim have greater potential than their current position in the standings reflects and have striker Andrek Kramaric in their ranks.

On the other side, at Eintrach, there are two ‘killers’ like the Portuguese André Silva, third in the Bundesliga scorers’ ranking behind Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland, and Luka Jovic.

The following is the full program of the day:

Friday:

Hertha-Bayern (20:30).

Saturday:

Bayer Leverkusen-Stuttgart, Freiburg-Borussia Dortmund, Schalke-RB Leipzig, Mainz-Union Berlin and Augsburg-Wolfsburg (15:30).

Borussia Mönchengladbach-Colonia (18:30).

Sunday:

Hoffenheim-Eintracht Fráncfort (3:30 p.m.) y Arminia Bielefeld-Werder Bremen (6:00 p.m.), EFE

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