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Bundesliga preview 2021/22: is Bayern the king of the league?

Updated: Oct 6, 2021

On 13 August, on the same weekend as the Premier League and La Liga, the new Bundesliga season also starts. Bayern Munich on the hunt for the tenth consecutive title, which would represent the 32nd Meisterschale.

It is unlikely that the Bavarians can be put in difficulty by their rivals (Dortmund, Leipzig, Leverkusen and Gladbach above all) who, on paper, should instead give life to a fierce challenge for the Champions League seats.

Let's see together everything there is to know about the new German championship season.

LAST SEASON Unchallenged dominance for Flick's Bayern Munich, who left the Bavarian bench to go to coach the German national team. His last ride was 78 points (7 more than Leipzig second), the result of 24 wins, 6 draws and 4 defeats with 99 goals to his credit (best attack) and 44 goals conceded (third best defense). The fight for the other three places in the Champions League was lively until the last. In addition to Leipzig and Dortmund, Wolfsburg also qualified for the top club competition as they defeated Eintracht Frankfurt by only one point, who finished in the Europa League together with Leverkusen with Union Berlin in the Conference League. The three relegations with 3 historic clubs all forced to say goodbye to the Bundesliga, namely Cologne, Werder Bremen and Schalke, were sensational. Finally, the top scorer was dominated by the eternal Lewandowski with 41 goals scored behind Andrè Silva and Haaland.


In the German championship it was a summer with numerous changes in important benches. Above all that of the reigning champions of Bayern Munich who, having bid farewell to Flick, have grabbed the most coveted coach, Nagelsmann from Leipzig. The Red Bull company will open a new cycle with America Marsch, formerly of Salzburg. You also change in the benches of another top club with Rose at Dortmund, Hutter at Gladbach, Seoane at Leverkusen and Van Bommel at Wolfsburg.

We now come to the most important transitions in the transfer campaigns of the top clubs: the French defender Upamecano was insured at Bayern for 42.5 million euros, snatching one of his strengths from Leipzig. Gladbach also withdrew from Leipzig, making his Austrian midfielder Wolf. Remaining right on Leipzig, which also sold Konatè to Liverpool, the Red Bull team was consoled with a handful of level entries: Andrè Silva, Gvardiol, Brobbey, Simakan, Angelino and Henrichs. Dortmund, who lost Sancho, bought Swiss goalkeeper Kobel from Stuttgart. Wolfsburg strengthened the defense with Bornauw from Cologne and finally Leverkusen closed Bakker from Psg and Kossounou from Brugge. BUNDESLIGA - FORECAST OF THE BOOKMAKERS

n advance on Friday 13 August, seven races on Saturday 14 and 2 postponements in the days of August. This is the program of the first round of the German top league. Undoubtedly, the opening match with Bayern Munich at 1.51 away to Gladbach stands out among the most anticipated challenges. In the extensive program on Saturday, a great balance in Berlin between Union and Leverkusen with the favorite guests but only slightly at 2.39. Dortmund-Frankfurt is also interesting with the Gialloneri at 1.45. On Sunday space for Mazin-Leipzig (sign 2 at 1.57) and Cologne-Hertha which in fact with its odds (2.60-3.25-2.71) is the most balanced and uncertain match of the first day. BUNDESLIGA 2021/2022 - BETS