Four things to watch out when Bayern Munich face Union Berlin

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MUNICH, GERMANY – OCTOBER 26: Sebastian Andersson of FC Union Berlin and Alphonso Davies of FC Bayern Muenchen battle for the ball during the Bundesliga match between FC Bayern Muenchen and 1. FC Union Berlin at Allianz Arena on October 26, 2019, in Munich, Germany. (Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images)

Bayern Munich will be playing away at Union Berlin in the matchday 26 of the Bundesliga.

The coronavirus has hampered many games across Europe this week. Bundesliga has also been severely affected due to this disease, as many games are being played behind closed doors. However, Bayern Munich will travel away to Union Berlin and play the game in front of fans.

Die Roten continued their fine form in the Bundesliga last weekend as they clinched a 2-0 victory against Augsburg. Most of the games have been emphatic victories for Bayern in Ruckrunde, but Augsburg made life difficult for them at Allianz Arena, and they had to work hard to get all three points. With only nine gameweeks left in the league, Rekordmeister find themselves in a strong position to retain their title.

Meanwhile, Union Berlin are enjoying a good campaign in the Bundesliga as they look certain to avoid relegation. They are currently sitting on the eleventh position in the table with a cushion of eight points over the drop zone. A positive result against Die Roten will make sure they are well placed to have a strong end to the season.

Despite the recent poor form of Union Berlin, I expect this game to a close encounter. Bayern may have to dig deep to get another win. Apart from the result of this fixture, here are few other things to watch out on Saturday.

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