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As the second leg of the UEFA Champions League kicks off, Bayern Munich will be hosting FC Salzburg for a midweek clash.
Most football betting sites had predicted that Bayern Munich would gain an advantage in the first leg. However, Salzburg played exceptionally well in the first half and was 1 goal ahead by the 21st minute. However, a late equalizer by Kingsley Coman saved the visitors from the blushes, and the aggregate score now sits delicately at 1-1. Bayern comes into this game on the back of a 1-1 draw against Leverkusen in the Bundesliga, where it is comfortably sitting at the top of the table, 9 points ahead of its nearest rival, Dortmund.
Red Bull Salzburg is playing its first-ever Round of 16 in the Champions League and will be pretty high on confidence when it travels to Munich. Since the first leg, the club has played 3 matches in the Austrian Bundesliga, winning two of them, and drawing 1.
The club is well on its way to achieving Austrian glory for the 9th consecutive season, as it sits at the top of the table with an 18 point lead. The club has been playing well at home, but traveling remains a concern, as it has lost 9 of its 15 away games in European competitions. With the scores equal, this is a great opportunity for them to upset their German opponents.
Match prediction and betting tips for Bayern Munich vs F. C. Salzburg UEFA Champions League 2021-22. The match is going to be played at the Allianz Arena, Munich, on 8th March 2022.
Julian Nagelsmann will be looking to include Thomas Muller, who has recovered from his illness, in his attacking formation, spearheaded by Robert Lewandowski. Leon Goretzka, Alphonso Davies, Manuel Nuer, and Corentin Tolisso remain unavailable. Jamal Musiala is expected to start the game along with Joshua Kimmich.
The visitors have a long list of injured players and will be traveling without Noah Okafor, Bryan Okoh, Benjamin Sesko, Sekou Koita, Albert Vallci, Jerome Onguene, Oumar Solet, and Ousmane Diakite. Kamil Piatkowski is expected to feature in the starting eleven, along with Karim Adeyemi and Adamu.
While Salzburg has proved itself worthy of the spot in the knockouts, we expect the hosts to comfortably book a spot in the quarterfinals for the 10th time in 11 seasons.
Bet on Bayern Munich to win.