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Bundesliga Matchday 22 preview and broadcast info

Where to watch Bochum-Bayern Munich, Frankfurt-Wolfsburg, Union Berlin-Dortmund, and other Matchday 22 games live

February 11, 2022 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Bundesliga is here for another weekend of action. Here is the preview for matchday 22 in the German top-flight league.

Another matchday in the Bundesliga is just around the corner and leaders Bayern Munich will look to extend their advantage when they travel to Bochum on Saturday. It looks almost certain that the Bavarians will secure their 31st championship title at the end of the season, with nine points currently separating them and second-placed Borussia Dortmund. Julian Nagelsmann' side did enough to record a third straight win last weekend, enduring a tough test to defeat RB Leipzig 3-2 at home.

Relatively, Die Roten will host Koln at the Red Bull Arena in a bid to bounce back from a defeat while Bayern's direct title challengers in Borussia Dortmund will also travel to Union Berlin in search of a favorable result following their humiliation against Bayer Leverkusen. The latter will hope to make it four wins in a row when they take on Stuttgart inside BayArena will their top-four run gaining momentum and looking very promising. 

Let's dive into how things stand in the German top-flight ahead of another action-packed round:

Top five teams in Bundesliga ahead of Matchday 22

Top games to watch on Matchday 22 games in Bundesliga

VfL Bochum vs Bayern Munich: Bayern Munich will go to VFL Bochum on Saturday afternoon in the hopes of extending their 10-game winning streak in the Bundesliga. The hosts are now outside of the relegation zone, but their record has dipped in recent weeks, while the visitors' lead at the top of the table was extended last weekend.

Union Berlin vs Borussia Dortmund: Borussia Dortmund will look to consolidate their status among the top-four when they travel to the capital to face Union Berlin on Sunday afternoon. The visitors saw their challenge all but end following a humiliating defeat last weekend, whilst the hosts remain inside the Champions League places despite losing themselves.

Eintracht Frankfurt vs VfL Wolfsburg: Eintracht Frankfurt and Wolfsburg will meet at Deutsche Bank Park on Saturday, with both teams  hoping for back-to-back victories. A win for the hosts will see them rise into the European places while the visitors will pull themselves further away from danger if they can win.

Who's in and who's out for Matchday 22 games in the Bundesliga?

  • Frankfurt

Out: Ache (muscular), Hasebe (ribs), Ramaj (knee)

Doubtful: None

  • Borussia Monchengladbach 

Out: Doucoure (muscular), Stindl (knee)

Doubtful: Kramer (not included) 

  • Bayern

Out: Davies (heart), Goretzka (knee), Musiala (not included), Neuer (knee), Stanisic (thigh)

Doubtful: None

  • Borussia Dortmund

Out: Haaland (groin), Meunier (knock), Morey (knee), Schmelzer (knee), Wolf (knock)

Doubtful: None

  • RB Leipzig

Out: Halstenberg (back) 

Doubtful: None

  • Wolfsbug

Out: Otavio (knee), Schlager (knee), Van de Ven (thigh), William (knee)

Doubtful: L. Nmecha (ankle).

Full list of games for Matchday 22 games in Bundesliga


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