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Bundesliga, 10th matchday: Will RB Leipzig get their revenge at FC Bayern Munich?

Although on the weekend in the Bundesliga, for example with the derbies between the 1st FSV Mainz 05 and Eintracht Frankfurt as well as Bayer Leverkusen and the 1st FC Cologne, some more highly interesting pairings are on the programme, the renewed clash of FC Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig outshines everything.

Just three days after what Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhüttl called his team’s “heroic battle” in the second round of the DFB Cup, which the Bavarians finally won after penalty shoot-out in Leipzig, the Red Bulls are now making a guest appearance in the Allianz Arena and are naturally looking for revenge.

We have studied the game in detail and also the bookmakers’ assessments:

FC Bayern Munich – RB Leipzig, 28.10.2017, 6.30 pm

The excitement was still great in the hours and the day after the cup fight, especially with regard to referee Felix Zwayer, who really didn’t get his best day. Leipzig in particular felt disadvantaged for Naby Keita in a missed penalty kick and a hard yellow-red card, although the Saxons could also use an unjustified penalty kick to take the interim 1-0 lead.

In the end, however, it’s up to both clubs to check off the match in the Red Bull Arena and look to another duel in Munich, where the Bavarians are certainly the favourites, but will have to adjust to an opponent at eye level, as if Keita had been sent off.

Nevertheless, the bookmakers see the team of coach Jupp Heynckes with the maximum victory rate 1.50 of Interwetten in front, whereas the top odds 9.50 of Bet365 for tips on Leipzig compared to the cup match already seems quite high. The same also applies to Betway Review and Betvictor’s top odds of 6.00 for tips on a draw, which the Leipzig bookmakers apparently do not really trust.

Possibly also in memory of the Hasenhüttl team’s only guest appearance with the Bavarians to date, which was lost 3-0 shortly before Christmas 2016. An early dismissal of Emil Forsberg also played a role at that time, although the Bavarians were already in the lead. After three games against the Bavarians, Leipzig are still victorious, as their home game in May was lost 4:5 after a 4:2 lead.

Will it be a spectacle?

Regardless of which team is allowed to cheer at the end, the spectators should again become the big winners. If both teams compete in such a high-class duel as they did on Wednesday until the yellow-red card that ultimately decides the game, the best entertainment is guaranteed.

The bookmakers even firmly believe that there will be more than two hits this time. Interwetten’s rate of 1.50 for Over 2.5 is already by far the highest on the market, while for Under 2.5 for Unibet and Betvictor the bet is already 3.30 times higher.