In their final Bundesliga match before a massive UEFA Champions League semifinal match against Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich visit the Olympiastadion where they face Hertha Berlin. The capital club are coming off of a rather thorough loss in the DFB Pokal to Borussia Dortmund and will be hoping to avoid two of those losses back to back.
Neither Philipp Lahm nor Jerome Boateng are making the trip to Berlin for the match. Pep Guardiola has chosen to rest the captain ahead of Wednesday's visit to Spain, while Boateng is not yet ready to go for the Bavarians. Both are destined to play a major role in the remaining six matches of the treble-targeting campaign.
It is possible that Bayern ends the day as the official champions of the 2015-16 Bundesliga. For it to become official today, Bayern have to beat Hertha while BVB lose to Stuttgart. If that happens, Bayern will be twelve points ahead of their challengers with only three matches remaining.
Once the lineups are released, this thread will be updated.
Location: Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany
Time: 3:30 pm local time, 9:30 am ET
TV/Streaming: USA (Fox Sports 2, Fox Soccer 2Go, GolTV), Germany (Sky Bundesliga 1 & 3 | HD, Sky Go, TeleClub Sport Live, Canada (Sportsnet World Now)
Full Listings: Other Countries
Stocker - Cigerci - Lustenberger - Mittelstädt- Weiser
Pekarik - Stark - Langkamp - Plattenhardt
Bench: Burchert, Hegeler, Baumjohann, Van den Bergh, Kohls, Kalou, Schieber
Lewandowski - Müller
Costa - Thiago - Vidal - Götze
Rafinha - Tasci - Benatia - Kimmich
Bench: Ulreich, Ribéry, Martínez, Alonso, Alaba, Coman
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