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Leipzig aiming to reclaim top spot
Leipzig aiming to reclaim top spot

RB Leipzig can continue their sensational season with an away victory at league leaders Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.
Leipzig have shocked the Bundesliga this season and are currently sitting in second place, level on points with table-topping Bayern, going into the crunch title clash at the Allianz Arena.
Ralph Hasenhuttl's men have won 11 of their 15 league matches to date, suffering just one defeat, and their bid for the title is being likened to Leicester City's Premier League triumph last season.
The Bulls did suffer a disappointing 1-0 defeat away at struggling Ingolstadt on December 10 and many thought the wheels could have come off, but they showed great resolve to bounce back to winning ways with a 2-0 home win over Hertha.
Being able to get back on track so quickly is crucial in battling for the title and they head into the clash in Munich full of confidence as they bid to head the table at Christmas.
Germany Under-21 international Timo Werner has been integral for Leipzig this term and his opener against Hertha at the weekend was his ninth of the season.
But, it is not just the forward who has been chipping in with goals and no less than eight of his team-mates have found the back of the net on their travels in the league.
Austrian Marcel Sabitzer has bagged four on the road while Swede Emil Forsberg has netted three times and this highlights the attacking threat the team possess.
Leipzig have scored 17 away from home this season and, although Bayern have only conceded four at the Allianz Arena in the Bundesliga, the signs are there for goals and backing more than 2.5 goals at n/a looks like a smart bet.
This will be the first ever meeting between the two clubs and, with the visitors coming in with the pressure off their shoulders, there appears to be good value in backing an away victory at n/a.
However, Bayern will be a tough opponent on Wednesday and Sunday's 1-0 win at Darmstadt extended their winning run across all competition to five matches.
Poland international Robert Lewandowksi has once again been on fire in front of goal and has found the net 11 times in the league, with six of those coming on home soil.
Carlo Ancelotti's side have scored 23 times at the Allianz Arena and also have no shortage of options in the attacking department, with 11 other players getting on the score sheet.
A draw would be enough for the Bavarians to remain top of the table at Christmas but there is a certain amount of pressure on the defending champions to send out a message to their rivals.
Overall, two in-form, attacking teams will be going full throttle for the win and the statistics definitely suggest there will be lots of goals between the pair on Wednesday.

Recommended Bet: Away win n/a

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