Bundesliga champions-elect Bayern Munich will lift their eighth consecutive title on Tuesday night if they win away to relegation-threatened Werder Bremen.
The match is highly significant to both sides. The Bavarians, who have been unplayable in the Bundesliga this season, will be crowned champions with a win.
They have been walloping all before them on their way to the crown and their march seems unstoppable now.
Bremen on the other hand find themselves among the bottom three sides with three matches to go and will need a win to keep their hopes alive, especially after a good outing last time out.
- Bremen are the league's third-lowest scorers (35) and have the second leakiest defense (64)
- Josh Sargent has however averaged a shot on goal every 59 minutes
- Fellow Bremen striker Claudio Pizarro scored 87 times in 224 league games with Bayern across two spells, winning six Bundesliga titles as well as the 2013 UEFA Champions League
- Bayern have scored a Bundesliga record 92 goals after 31 rounds of fixtures
- Returning pair Lewandowski and Müller are the league's top scorer and provider respectively
- Lewandowski has plundered 30 goals, while Müller has laid on 20
- With three goals and two assists in the reverse fixture (a 6-1 win for Bayern), Coutinho enjoyed the most prolific 90 minutes in his career to date
Bremen: Pavlenka - Gebre Selassie, Veljkovic, Moisander (c), Augustinsson - M. Eggestein, Vogt, Klaassen - Bittencourt, Sargent, Rashica
Out: Möhwald (knee), Sahin (hip), Toprak (ankle)
Bayern: Neuer (c) - Pavard, Boateng, Alaba, Davies - Kimmich, Goretzka - Gnabry, Müller, Coman - Lewandowski
Out: Arp (knock), Tolisso (ankle), Thiago (groin)