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Bavarian Podcast Works: Preview Show — Bayern Munich vs RB Salzburg (Champions League Ro16)

RB Salzburg is going to be a tricky fixture in midweek. Will Bayern get a statement victory? Will Nagelsmann make the required changes?

FC Bayern Muenchen v RB Salzburg: Group A - UEFA Champions League
Bayern Munich’s previous meeting with RB Salzburg was a feisty affair.
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The Chaaaaaaaampionnnnssssssss!!!!! Yes, the UCL is back, and I can already hear the anthem. Bayern Munich is going to face a talented RB Salzburg side, and unless the lineup is legit, it is going to get exposed by Salzburg’s attack, which features players Bayern has been linked to in the past - Karim Adeyemi and Brenden Aaronson. With Goretzka, Neuer, Davies, and Musiala all out, Nagelsmann definitely faces a tricky challenge and needs to make the right choices in both defense and midfield to churn out a victory.

The game against Bochum was one to forget, and consolidating a spot in the top 8 of the UCL with a dominant, resounding victory against Salzburg in the first leg could do a lot to make amends and help us quickly forget that disaster class. The stage has been set. We roll.

Here are the main talking points of the podcast:

  • Salzburg’s form heading into the game
  • Nagelsmann’s tactics, formation, and what needs tweaking
  • A look at some of the talented Salzburg players and potential game-changers
  • The defensive conundrum, and possible picks for selection
  • Bayern lineup predictions
  • Some Gnabry and Upamecano criticism
  • A final scoreline prediction

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