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5 facts on the match at Arminia Bielefeld

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FC Bayern are away to Arminia Bielefeld on Bundesliga matchday 30 on Easter Sunday (15:30 CEST). After a run of seven league games unbeaten, FCB are on course for the title and a win in East Westphalia would put them in reach of the title. Bielefeld are fighting against relegation and are currently in the play-off place of 16th on 26 points. We have put together the key facts and stats on this match for you.

1. Chance to seal early title win

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If FCB win at Bielefeld the league title could be won on matchday 31.

If FC Bayern win at Bielefeld then the team under coach Julian Nagelsmann could be in a position to lift the title on the following matchday. FCB could secure the tenth Bundesliga title in succession in the home game against Borussia Dortmund.

2. Poor form vs strong form

 

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With 14 points from the last six Bundesliga matches, FC Bayern are the inform team in Germany's top flight along with RB Leipzig. Bielefeld only picked up one point over the same period – the lowest number in the league.

3. Weakest vs best attack

 

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Bayern have already scored 86 goals this season.

The match between FC Bayern (86 goals) and Arminia Bielefeld (23 goals) brings together the best and weakest attacks in the Bundesliga this season. 86 goals after 29 games levels the Bundesliga record set by FCB in 2019/20. In addition, Bayern have scored in all of their last 76 Bundesliga games (current record) and are the only team to do so in the Bundesliga this season.

4. Best Bundesliga season in four years

 

FC Bayern are having their best Bundesliga season in four years with 69 points from 29 games. In 2017/18 it was 72 points at this stage.

5. Lewy on verge of new record

 

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Robert Lewandowski has scored 18 league away goals this season.

 

Robert Lewandowskihas scored 17 away goals in the Bundesliga this season putting him level with Jupp Heynckes in 1973/74 and Timo Werner in 2019/20.

Catch up with the key statements from the press conference with Julian Nagelsmann ahead of the Bielefeld game:

 


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