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DFB Pokal: Bayern Munich vs. FC Kaiserslautern | Lineups & Gamethread

Bayern Munich host 2nd division 1. FC Kaiserslautern in the semi-finals of the DFB Pokal at the Allianz Arena.

Alexandra Beier

Honestly, it's a second division team. Bayern Munich should barely have to leave first gear to win this game handily. However, the fact that Kaiserslautern have made it this far is testament to their ability to defend and get a good break on the counter. Which unfortunately, given Bayern Munich's form and tactics right now, is a little terrifying.  Get ready for another good old fashioned bunker-fest.

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Bayern Munich

Mario Mandzukic

Franck Ribery - Thomas Müller - Arjen Robben

Toni Kroos -  Bastian Schweinsteiger

David Alaba - Dante - Jerome Boateng - Philipp Lahm

Lukas Raeder

Subs: Raif Husic, Mario Götze, Pierre Hojbjerg, Claudio Pizarro, Daniel Van Buyten, Rafinha, Javi Martinez

1. FC Kaiserslautern

Simon Zoller

Alexander Ring - Ruebn Yttergard Jenssen - Karim Matmour - Dominique Hentz - Jean Zimmer

Chris Löwe - Marc Torrejón - Willi Orban - Florian Dick

Tobias Sippel

Subs: Marius Müller, Sascah Mockenhaupt, Konstantinos Fortounis, Markus Karl, Mohamadou Idrissou, Srdjan Lakic, Jan-Lucas Dorrow

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