Watch live German football streams from the Bundesliga on Friday 31st January, Saturday 1st February and Sunday 2nd February featuring top sides such as Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen.
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Braunschweig v Dortmund – 19:30 Friday 31st January
On Friday night Bundesliga bottom side Eintracht Braunschweig play host to third placed Borussia Dortmund and Jurgen Klopp’s Black and Yellows need to avoid an upset to hang on to third spot and keep the pressure on Bayer Leverkusen. Dortmund have had their fair share of issues on the road, but while it’s unlikely that they will slip up again, struggling Braunschwieg are unbeaten in their last two matches.
Hannover v Monchengladbach – 17:30 Saturday 1st February
Hannover 96 bounced back to winning ways after the winter break with a 1-3 win away to Wolfsburg and will need a repeat of that performance to beat high-flying Borussia Monchengladbach. The Foals are up to fourth in the Bundesliga table and arrive at the HDI-Arena having lost their first game in nine matches to Bayern Munich last weekend, so look likely to give their hosts a tough game in this one.
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Hertha Berlin v Nurnberg – 14:30 Sunday 2nd February
Hertha BSC sit seventh in the table following their 1-0 loss away at Frankfurt and will be eager to get back to winning ways against Nurnberg. The visitors won their first Bundesliga game of the season last week, trouncing Hoffenheim 4-0 in good style, so will be buoyed by that result. Nurnberg remain in the relegation zone though and must get a run of results going to get out of trouble.
Bayern Munich v Eintracht Frankfurt – 16:30 Sunday 2nd February
Unbeaten Bayern Munich are marching towards the Bundesliga title and are expected to make light work of Frankfurt at the Allianz Arena. The Bavarians have averaged over 2.5 goals per game in this competition and became the fist side to take maximum points away to Borussia Monchengladbach last weekend. Eintacht Frankfurt are unbeaten in three matches, but will need a fair amount of luck to avoid defeat against the reigning champions on Sunday.
Bundeliga Week 19 Fixtures:
Friday 31 Jan
Braunschweig v Dortmund – 19:30
Saturday 01 Feb (14:30 Kick-off unless otherwise stated)
Augsburg v Werder Bremen
Bayer Leverkusen v VfB Stuttgart
Hoffenheim v Hamburg
Mainz 05 v Freiburg
Schalke 04 v Wolfsburg
Hannover v Monchengladbach – 17:30
Sunday 02 Feb
Hertha Berlin v Nurnberg – 14:30
Bayern Munich v Eintracht Frankfurt – 16:30