Stadium Allianz Arena
- Bayern have averaged 3.21 goals per Bundesliga game since Flick became boss
- The German has manged the Munich club 53 times
- Leipzig are the only team that has stopped Bayern from scoring since Hansi Flick became Bayern boss
- The Bavarians have scored 31 times in just nine games in the league this season
- Leipzig are on their best-ever league start in their brief history after nine games.
- They are the league’s meanest defence after conceding just six times this season
- Leipzig have struggled away from home, averaging just one goal on the road this season
Bayern Munich will entertain Leipzig at the Allianz Arena this Saturday in a Bundesliga top of the table.
The German champions are top of the league with 22 points from nine games and are two points ahead of their visitors.
They head into this tie as Bundesliga with four wins from their last five games.
Alphonso Davies is back in training for Bayern, but this match will come too soon for the Canadian.
Manuel Neuer, Lucas Hernandez, David Alaba, Jerome Boateng, Benjamin Pavard, Tolisso, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller, Kingsley Coman, Robert Lewandowski
Leipzig are sitting in second place after nine games, with 20 points to their name so far. They can overtake Bayern and climb to first place if they win here.
Peter Gulasci, Nordi Mukiele, Ibrahima Konate, Dayot Upamecano, Angelino, Marcel Sabitzer, Kevi Kampl, Dani Olmo, Lazar Samardzic, Emil Frosberg, Yussuf Poulson
Bayern Munich 3-2 RB Leipzig