Currently on an eight match unbeaten streak across all comps, Bayern Munich will look to continue in the same vein of form in this season's Champions League when they travel to face Copenhagen on Tuesday. The last time Bayern lost a match was during their surprise 3-0 reversal to RB Leipzig in the DFL-Supercup at the start of this season; to date, it remains the sole game that Bayern were on the losing end.
Die Roten come into this game having dropped points during a 2-2 draw with Leipzig last weekend. That result sees the reigning Bavarian titans slide down into third place, behind Bayer Leverkusen and Stuttgart. Still, the season is still early, and given that Bayern have dominated the German football landscape for well over a decade, it would be quite foolish for anyone to rule them out of the running to win yet another league title at the end of this season. However, it is safe to say that they will be keen on putting that frustrating result behind them ahead of their upcoming trip to Denmark's capital.
In terms of European affairs, Bayern Munich earned a 4-3 win in an enthralling match against Manchester United on matchday one, and they will naturally look to make it two wins in two Champions League games at Copenhagen's expense on Tuesday. As for their upcoming opponents, Copenhagen were unfortunate not to earn a win in a tough battle against Galatasaray as they went from a comfortable 2-0 lead to barely hanging on for a two-all draw.
Copenhagen have never faced Bayern in European competition but the Danish side have a very dismal record against German teams. To date, the Lions have faced German opposition 12 times, but have yet to earn a win, while losing eight times along the way. Still, the hosts will hope that they just may be able to change the tide in front of their home fans on Tuesday - although that naturally will be much easier said than done.
Team news: Copenhagen vs Bayern Munich
Copenhagen: Andreas Cornelius, Nicolai Boilesen, Davit Khocholava, Kevin Diks, and Elias Jelert are all out for the hosts.
Bayern Munich: Serge Gnabry, Matthijs de Ligt, Manuel Neuer, Gabriel Marusic, and Tarek Buchmann are all out for the visitors.
Match facts: Copenhagen vs Bayern Munich
- Copenhagen and Bayern Munich are meeting for the first time in European competition
- However, Copenhagen have faced German sides in 12 prior European ties, and have yet to win so far (D4 L8)
- This is Bayern's first meeting with a Danish side in European competition since the 1998/99 season
- Bayern's record against Danish sides is W5 D0 L1
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