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Bundesliga returns with Bayern Munich chased by Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund playing catch up


Quite remarkably, there hasn’t been any Bundesliga action since way back on November 13.

A combination of the mid-season World Cup and the traditional winter break have led German football fans starved of top-flight action for over two months.

Fortunately it comes back on Friday evening when Bayern Munich, the inevitable leaders after 15 rounds of the season, travel to RB Leipzig, who sit third.

Saturday and Sunday will then see everyone else crank-start their campaigns after a whole load of patient waiting, stars away in Qatar, training camps and January friendlies.

Here’s what to watch out for as the Bundesliga finally returns.

It comes as little surprise to see Bayern Munich topping the Bundesliga as the season resumes

It comes as little surprise to see Bayern Munich topping the Bundesliga as the season resumes

It’s Bayern’s title to lose (as usual)

Bayern Munich’s clash…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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