Bayern Munich vs Dueren

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Thursday (Friday IST), October 15, 2020
Stream time: 2.45 PM ET

Bayern Munich will take om FC Duren in the first round of DFB Pokal. Here’s the Duren vs Bayern live stream update, prediction, team news and other details. After a successful campaign the previous term, rounded off perfectly with a Champions League triumph, besides every domestic accolade, defending Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich begin their DFB Pokal campaign on Thursday. The Bavarians had defeated RB Leipzig in the previous season’s final and look to display a similar show of football when they come up against FC Duren.

The original date was scheduled for September 11 to allow Bayern time to recover from their Champions League triumph, but it now means they face three games in less than a week, with an away trip to Arminia preceding their clash against Atletico Madrid next Wednesday.

Hansi Flick may, therefore, be tempted to enter ‘experimental’ mode when handling his matchday squad, with a number of his key players still away on international duty and with one eye, perhaps, on the Bundesliga this weekend, and certainly Europe next week.

The two teams will lock horns in the first round of the competition at Bayern’s home turf. Several of Bayern players arrive into the game immediately after the international break, which could mean several key players are likely to be rested. Meanwhile, the previous game against Hertha Berlin saw the defending European champions secure a narrow 4-3 victory in the Bundesliga.

DFB Pokal live: Duren vs Bayern Live team news

Bayern Munich have some major injury concerns as they face Duren in the first round of the competition. Hansi Flick will have to cope without the services of Kingsley Coman and Leroy Sane, both of whom are expected to sit out on the sidelines at least until the end of October.

Robert Lewandowski had a bruised ankle but played for the national team against Bosnia & Herzegovina, netting a brace. He’ll miss out on the clash for Hansi Flick. Leon Goretzka, Manuel Neuer and Joshua Kimmich have all been rested. Meanwhile, German star Phillip Simon is the only injury concern for Duren manager Giuseppe Brunetto.