Bayern Munich face a trip to RB Leipzig’s stadium on Sunday as they look to wrap up the Bundesliga title as soon as possible.
The Bavarian giants hold a 20-point lead over nearest rivals Schalke for the league crown and will have the trophy in the bag if they maintain their excellent winning streak.
Here’s Jupp Heynckes will line his side up for the clash:
With Manuel Neuer still sidelined, Sven Ulreich will continue to deputise in goal.
Joshua Kimmich should be preferred to Rafinha at right-back after he was rested for the victory over Besiktas in midweek, while David Alaba will retain his place on the opposite flank.
First choice central defensive duo Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels will also remain in the starting lineup despite competition from the likes of Niklas Sule.
With Thiago and Corentin Tolisso both injured, Heynckes has had to change his favoured 4-3-3 system to accommodate another forward in his team.
Javi Martinez and Arturo Vidal will take their places in the heart of midfield as per usual, while Thomas Muller, Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben will be deployed ahead of them.
Who else will lead Bayern’s attack if not Robert Lewandowski?
The Real Madrid and PSG target has been in superb form for his club again this season and, despite rumours that he wants away from the Allianz Arena, is still banging in the goals to ensure that Bayern have all-but-secured the German top flight trophy for another season.