Bayern to return from break with a bang?

Bayern ready for a bang?

Bayern Munich will return to the Bundesliga from the international break with a clash against Ausburg and the players will be expected to replicate their form for their countries at the Allianz Arena.

Nine games to go in the 2016-17 Bundesliga campaign with clear champions yet to be decided with leaders Bayern Munich leading the pile with 13 points haead of second-placed Red Bull Leipzig.

The Bavarians entertain Ausburg in the week 26 of the German top tier and could extend their lead to 16 if they overcome the struggling side on Saturday.

Bayern face a derby clash and stand a chance of extending the lead and losing in on winning their fifth league title in a row.

Byern are proud of a perfect home record in the league this season, and have secured 17 games unbeaten at the Allianz Arena.

Having netted 15 goals in their last four league matches without allowing a goal into their own net, Bayern could further send a goal-watering signal to reining European champions Real Madrid who they face in the quarter-finals of the Champions Elague on 11 April.

With the firing boot of their record-breaking and season’s highest goal Robert Lewandowski not refusing to continue the good work there are doing, it is hard for Ausburg to stop the Bavarians.

Although he missed out on a goal in the team’s 1-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach shortly before the international, Lewa netted in Poland’s 2-1 win over Montenegro on Sunday.

Robert Lewandowski (F) in goal-scoring mood

He was part of the killer squad that demolished Ausburg 3-1 back in October, scoring a brace to ensure Bayern kept close watch on then league leaders Red Bull Leipzig.

The inimitable striker is now two goals behind Borussia Dortmund ace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, with 21 goals he has the potential to become the league’s top scorer at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Augsburg have had poor outings in the last six weeks before going on international break, wining only one of their last six games, with the last home game against Frieburg ending in 1-aal draw.

They currently battle other drop-threatened sides to survive relegation aftr seeing their eight points off the zone crashed to just two, garnering 29 points from 25 games.

The Fuggerstädter, who look for their fifth win of the season, have had a victory over the leaders in recent time after winning in May 2015 but will possibly never be considered for victory over Bayern at the Allianz Arena.

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