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Bayern Munich put Augsburg draw aside, prepares for Olympiacos

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Bayern Munich stars intensify training ahead of important UEFA Champions League match with Greek Super League side Olympiacos on Tuesday.

The Bundesliga Champions started this year’s Champions League campaign on fire, beating Red Star Belgrade (3-0) before punishing Tottenham (7-2) in London.

Bayern Munich enjoyed a smooth ride in both games thus garnering six-points out of the possible six.

Niko Kovac’s men are determined on achieving great this season, after several attempts on getting to final could not be achieved.

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Returning to training just after Augsburg draw indicates the manager’s desire to achieve greatness with the club this season.

Looking at the team as a whole, they are more like, putting more of their attention in the UEFA Champions League than the domestic competition.

With just a point from their last two matches, Bayern look to be putting more of their efforts on the Champions League.

There are some injury concerns, although there has been no final decision yet to ascertain the fitness level of some players. (Fiete Arp and Mickaël Cuisance are out injured).

So far so good, the Bavarians do not have a major injury concern ahead of Tuesday’s clash with the greek side.

Bayern Munich opponents form in the last six matches indicates a little bit tough encounter.

But, not taking anything out of Olympiacos, they have had two losses, three wins, and a draw. Their recent win was a (2-0) win against OFI with 31-year old Algerian Hillel El Arbi Soudani scoring both goals.

Bayern Munich have a [2=2] chances of getting a favorable result against Olympiacos.


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