Timo Werner says goodbye to Red Bull Arena at Leipzig-Borussia Dortmund

Bayern is champion of Germany since Tuesday for the eighth time in a row (30th in its history), but there is still a lot to decide in the Bundesliga, where this penultimate round begins this Saturday, which offers Leipzig-Borussia Dortmund, third against second. And Bayern itself, which hosts Freiburg, wants to continue winning to break several records in this season finale. The fight for the Champions League, for the Europa League and against relegation will offer many emotions. It is the first meeting since Chelsea announced the signing of

Timo Werner, who will play Dortmund in his last game at Red Bull Arena
, even if it is behind closed doors.

Borussia Dortmund, Bayern's guard, currently have 3 points more than Julian Nagelsmann's team and do not want the runner-up to escape. Meanwhile, Roman Bürki, the starting goalkeeper of the team led by Lucien Favre, renewed this Friday until 2023. The 29-year-old goalkeeper arrived at the club in 2015 from Freiburg.

The fight for the Champions

Bayer Leverkusen (visiting Hertha) and Borussia M’gladbach (al Paderborn) are playing for a place in the Champions League. M’gladbach, 5th, is one point behind Leverkusen, 4th and will play these decisive two final days without their two best scorers, Alassane Pléa and Marcus Thuram, since both are injured.

In struggle to go to
the Europa League

Borussia M’gladbach, 5th, and Wolfsburg, 6th, are the teams that currently occupy the Europa League spots. But Hoffenheim, 7th, has the same points as Wolfsburg and Freiburg (8th), only one less. This Saturday, Bayern-Freiburg, Hoffenheim-Union Berlin and Schalke-Wolfsburg.

Salvation at stake

Mainz, with 34 points, is one step away from permanence, but this afternoon they receive Werder Bremen, who is fighting with Fortuna Düsseldorf to avoid direct descent and earn the right to promotion. Fortuna, now in promotion and hosting Augsburg, have one more point than Werder Bremen.

Red Bull Arena, 15.30 (Vamos / Movistar Champions League

LEIPZIG: Gulacsi; Klostermann, Upamecano, Halstenberg; Mukiele, Sabitzer, Laimer, Angelino; Dani Olmo, Schick and Werner

Coach: Julian Nagelsmann

BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Bürki; Piszczek, Hummels, Can; Morey, Brandt, Witsel, Guerreiro; Sancho, Haaland and T. Hazard

Coach: Lucien Favre