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LIVE streaming: Bayern Munich vs Bayer Leverkusen on March 15, 2014

This week has been an historic one for Bayern without a shadow of doubt; can they continue their dominance on the pitch despite off-the-pitch issues?

Preview: Can Bayern beat the only opponent they have failed to do away with this season?

Ulirich Hoeness will perhaps not be available in the stands to see his beloved Bayern take on Bayer Leverkusen. This is because the former Bayern President is set to serve…

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PSG vs Bayer Leverkusen live streaming: Watch Ibra and co. on March 12

Paris Saint Germain are poised to secure qualification in the last eight of the Champions League when they welcome Bayer Leverkusen to the Parc des Princes.

Preview: Sami Hyypiä and Leverkusen chase an unlikely miracle

PSG have one foot in the Quarter-Final of the tournament after demolishing Leverkusen 4-0 in the first leg at BayArena.  Yohan Cabaye scored his debut goal for the club on that night, which also saw Zlatan Ibrahimovic score a brace.

The Swede’s double took his tally to ten goals this season in the Champions League and the former Barcelona star is just a goal behind Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo in the scorer’s chart.

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Bayer Leverkusen vs PSG live streaming: Watch Feb 18, 2014 match

Bayer Leverkusen faces a battle of epic proportions as they prepare to take on the French champions, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s PSG.

Preview: Can Leverkusen mount a challenge against one of the contenders for the crown?

Football is a game of finances as much as it is a game of skills; Rudi Völler knows this as much as everyone else does. The Bayer Leverkusen sporting director had an interesting statement to make prior to this clash as goal.com noted:

“In the end, money does score goals. You can see it at PSG and at Bayern. PSG are one of Europe's five best teams and they're among the favorites to win the Champions League, too.”

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Borussia Dortmund vs Bayer Leverkusen live streaming on Dec 7, 2013

In the biggest clash of the Bundesliga, at least in terms of standings, second takes on third in a monumental battle.

Preview: Leverkusen’s defiance stands in the way of Borussia Dortmund

Leverkusen does not quite possess the standing which Dortmund does on the international stage. This is no surprise, especially considering that Bayer 04 was recently humiliated by a United side which is struggling in its own league. Dortmund meanwhile reached the final last season and can qualify for the next round in this season’s competition with a win over Marseille.

Both coaches will have an eye on the European games in midweek and might choose to rest players accordingly. Dortmund, especially, has been depleted by injuries. Manuel Friedrich, the former Leverkusen defender, had to be signed by Klopp due to injuries to both Mats Hummels and Neven Subotic. They both will be out of this one along with Ilkay Gündogan. Marco Reus and Marcel Schmelzer are both doubtful too and might not be available. Klopp would do well to start Jonas Hoffman, who delivered a very good performance against Saarbrücken in the Pokal in midweek.

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Bayer Leverkusen vs Manchester United: Watch in live streaming on Nov 27, 2013

This Wednesday, Manchester United could do what Chelsea could not on Tuesday: to clinch Champions League Last 16 tickets on away soil. Watch their match against Bayer Leverkusen live.

Manchester United could qualify for the Champions League Last 16 away to Bayer Leverkusen on November 27, 2013.Preview: Moyes out to restore confidence

David Moyes reignited harsh calls for his dismissal when Manchester United failed to win away to Cardiff City last weekend. The former Everton boss is having a hard time to please supporters since succeeding the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson. 

What is almost certain is that the Red Devils will be in the next stage of the UEFA Champions League. Condemning Bayern Leverkusen to their first defeat at the BayArena since March will guarantee Last 16 tickets for Moyes' men. However, they will need to improve on their performances along the way to increase the confidence within the team and among fans.

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Bayer Leverkusen vs Bayern live: Where to watch Bundesliga match - Oct 5, 2013

After a successful European night, Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich lock horns in the Bundesliga at the BayArena, watch the match live on Gol TV USA.

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich travel to Bayer Leverkusen days after demolishing Manchester City in the Champions League.Preview: Leverkusen looking to cause an upset at the expense of Bayern Munich

The home side will be aiming to repeat the antics of last season when they defeated Bayern Munich 2-1 at the Allianz Arena courtesy of goals from Stefan Kießling and Sidney Sam both of whom have been in incredible form this season and share 10 goals among each other in the league.

Leverkusen will be brimming with confidence having scored a 2-1 victory over Real Sociedad and will be hoping to translate their midweek performance on Saturday when they meet the German champions.

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Manchester United vs Bayer Leverkusen: Watch live Champions League match - Sep 17, 2013

Manchester United kick off their Champions League campaign as they invite German side Bayer Leverkusen to Old Trafford. Watch the match live on Fox Sports 1.

Manchester United will host Bayer Leverkusen to begin Champions League title hunt.Preview: Moyes eyeing victorious Champions League debut with the Red Devils

The former Everton manager is set to enter a new territory as he will take charge of his first match in a Champions League competition.

Whereas his former side Everton did qualify for the Champions League back in 2005 when Moyes was in charge of the club, his European journey was short lived as the Toffees were knocked out by Villareal in the qualifying round.

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Top five Bundesliga goals - Matchday 1: Aubameyang, Bayern's Robben among the picks

The 2013-14 season kicked of with a bang in the Bundesliga. Matchday 1 gave an example of its penetrating style and growth.

Arjen Robben scored one of LiveSoccerTV's Top Five Bundesliga goals on Matchday 1.The Bundesliga kicked-off the European football calendar in style. With seven fixtures on Saturday, fans were treated to a true goal feast, seeing the ball hit the back of the net on twenty-six occasions.

Reigning champions and last year's UEFA Champions League victors Bayern Munich began their title defence with a comfortable 3-1 win over Borussia Monchengladbach with goals from Arjen Robben, Mario Mandzukic and left back David Alaba along with some wonderful counter-attacking football.  It was a satisfactory start at the Allianz Arena for former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola on his return to the game following a twelve month break from the dug-out.  

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DFB Pokal Final: Bayern’s shot at a treble against a historic Bundesliga side

Friday May 31 2013,
Tags: Bayern, Stuttgart, Leverkusen
Bayern München could become the first German side to win the treble if they beat Bruno Labbadia’s Stuttgart on Saturday.
The scene was set; 2002 was the year. Bayer Leverkusen was two match-days away from the Bundesliga title. They booked their place in the Cup final against Hertha Berlin. They also booked themselves a spot in the Champions League final. It all came tumbling down in a matter of weeks. At the end, Leverkusen despite being amongst the final two survivors in three competitions, could only cry in frustration.

That frustration was etched on the face of Arjen Robben last season as Neven Subotic yelled at him following a penalty miss that handed Dortmund the title. That pain was seen in Bastian Schweinsteiger’s face as he shook the hands of the DFB Pokal winners, Dortmund a few weeks later. That pain was etched in 23 faces and Jupp Heynckes’ face as the Champions League final was lost three times over in 2012.
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Bundesliga Match-day 34 Preview: Unhappy and Happy Endings; Goodbyes

On a day in which the focus will be on Schalke and Freiburg's battle as well as the contenders for relegation, Bremen will step out onto the pitch for the first time in 14 years without Thomas Schaaf.

The Big Games

The Bavarian derby to be played this week will be the most important one of the season. Bayern will not be involved in it. FC Augsburg will take on Greuther Fürth knowing that a win will see them qualify at least for…

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Bundesliga Match-day 33 Preview: The Confetti set to fall in Bavaria

The battle for fourth spot could be settled on the day in which the Bundesliga shield will be presented to the 50th champions.

Fates to be decided in Bavaria

Bayern and FC Nürnberg could both be holding the fates of two relegation battlers in their hands. Augsburg has done extremely well since the winter break but has recently wobbled. They lost 2-0 to SC Freiburg last week, thus remaining in sixteenth spot. This week, the task lying ahead of them is a mammoth one to…

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Bundesliga Match-day 32 Preview: Battles for Pride, Survival and European Places

Last week signaled the return of Klaas Jan Huntelaar to the Bundesliga and the Bundesliga to the top tier of Europe. This week, the European, relegation and pride battles will resume.

Matters of Pride

Bayern München will take on fellow Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund this week in a ‘preview’ of the showdown at Wembley. Neither side will field their strongest lineups after midweek exertions but everyone…

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Bundesliga Match-day 31 Preview: A Deciding Weekend for Relegation Battlers

Greuther Fürth, the fairytale story of the 2.Bundesliga last season, could be set to go back down after just one season in the top flight this week.

The Big Games

German champions Bayern München welcomes Freiburg at home in a hugely important clash for the team from the Black Forest. Christian Streich’s team is slowly getting ripped apart as the excellence of his…

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A Climax within an Anticlimax; A Preview of Bundesliga Match day 30

In a rather intriguing week for German football, Schalke will travel to Frankfurt while the second DFB Pokal semifinal will be repeated.

The Big Ones

Separated by four points from their Blue rivals, Eintracht Frankfurt will welcome Schalke. Eintracht’s rather weary squad went down to Ji Dong-Won and relegation battling Augsburg last week. This time, a Schalke side which earned a…

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Schalke 04 vs Bayer Leverkusen Preview

Friday April 12 2013,
Tags: Schalke, Leverkusen
Two giants of the German game who have never won the Bundesliga play each other in the biggest match of Matchday 29 in Germany.
Schalke and Frankfurt were locked in a heated battle for fourth place recently. Schalke even spent some time outside the top four. Frankfurt’s inconsistency, including a loss against Bayern last week, gave Schalke the opportunity to take fourth place for itself. Schalke did exactly that, beating Werder Bremen in the late game on Saturday 2-0.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen has been one of the more consistent sides of the Bundesliga this season. They could only draw with Wolfsburg despite taking the lead. Leverkusen performed well against Fortuna Düsseldorf the week before; they played well against Bayern too prior to the international break too but lost 1-2. Bayer 04 will look to hold on to third place; a win over Schalke would virtually guarantee that spot.
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Bundesliga Match day 29 Preview: Who will take the European spots left behind champions Bayern?

Despite Bayern being crowned champions last week, there are still a few important matters to sort out in the league.

The Battle for the European Spots

Freiburg and Hannover are separated by four points. Freiburg is primed to qualify for the Europa League as they sit in fifth spot in the league. Christian Streich’s side recorded a victory in Hamburg last week. Hannover away from home…

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Bundesliga Match-day 28: Will this weekend be the long awaited Championship Weekend for Bayern?

FC Bayern will be crowned this weekend regardless of other results if they manage to beat Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Big Ones

There are many big battles on this week, including one between Thomas Schaaf’s Bremen and lackadaisical Schalke. Schalke was anything but careless last week though as they beat Hoffenheim 3-0. The goals came late but the goal saw…

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Bundesliga Match-day 27 Preview: Is Bayern set to be crowned the 50th Bundesliga Champion?

The Bundesliga’s Match-day 27 could see the crowning of an old, yet new, champion. During this weekend, the race for fourth place might just have to take a back seat.

The Big Ones

Borussia Dortmund has a great record against most rivals. In recent seasons, they have been able to bat away every domestic opponent rather easily. The only team to not have suffered a loss to Dortmund last season was VfB Stuttgart. Incidentally, during this huge week for German football, BVB travels to Stuttgart.

A 4-4 draw between these two teams was one of the highlights of the 2011-12 season. Another such draw or even another stalemate like this season’s meeting, could bring down the curtains on the title defence of the Ruhr side.

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Will the Bundesliga table change once again on Match day 26?

After a jaw dropping and disappointing European week, Bundesliga clubs return to action. Is the title really a lost cause?

The Big Ones

Bayern München takes on Bayer 04 Leverkusen in a clash which will not bring back the fondest memories for Bayern. Firstly, Leverkusen handed Bayern their first and only Bundesliga loss to date this season. In a match filled with rather…

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Bayer Leverkusen vs Bayern München Preview

Friday March 15 2013,
Tags: Bayern, Leverkusen
Two heavy weights of German football come head to head in a clash which is not taking place at the right time for either side.
The signs were there but not heeded. Now, they will certainly be heeded. A labored 0-1 win over Hoffenheim followed a devil-may-care 3-2 win over Fortuna Düsseldorf. A shocking loss to Arsenal which saw Bayern held scoreless for the first time this season made sure that the alarm bells in Munich were well and truly ringing. An angry Matthias Sammer surely is the worst nightmare of any Bayern player currently.

Leverkusen however is not in the mood to exploit Bayern’s weaknesses. They lost to Mainz last week courtesy of an Adam Szalai penalty. The week before, they huffed and puffed en route to a 2-1 victory over Stuttgart. Two weeks ago, they picked up only a point against the worst time in the league, Greuther Fürth. Leverkusen will not want to meet Bayern currently.

A wounded Bayern is much more dangerous than a complacent Bayern.
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