Throughout Europe’s top five leagues, we are into May, which means that all Football leagues are in the ending phase. There are 2 or 3 matches left (depends on each league), and we know the champions of Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, and French Ligue 1. We are waiting for England and Germany champions. It is FC Barcelona for Spain, and Juventus for Italy, and PSG for France. A couple of words for the teams that are officially champions.

Barcelona was the team that was chasing treble (National League, Copa de la Rey, and UEFA Champions League). They bottled it against Liverpool (their second final in two consecutive seasons) on Tuesday, where they lost 4-0 after they won 3-0 at home.

Juventus bringing Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid on spectacular transfer last season was made a huge job. They won a Serie A three weeks ago, and in Champions League and Coppa Italia, they lost their matches in quarterfinals. In Champions League against this season wonder AFC Ajax (1st match 1-1, 2nd match 1-2), and in Coppa Italia against Atalanta, this season Cup finalist (3-0).

League winners

PSG won the Ligue 1 on the same day as Juventus won Serie A, three weeks ago, where they won against Monaco with 3-1 and secured their 6th title out of the last seven seasons. The only one that is missing is the one from the 2016-2017 season, where they finished 2nd, beneath Monaco. In French Cup, they lost in final against Rennes on penalties, after it finished 2-2 after 120 minutes.

English Premier League will be decided on Sunday, on the last fixture match. There is a strong fight between Guardiola’s Manchester City (95 points, 31W, 2D, 4L), and Klopp’s Liverpool (94 points, 29W, 7D, 1L). All matches will be played at the same time, where Manchester City play against Brighton as guests, and Liverpool is playing against Wolverhampton in front of their fans.

In Germany, it looks like everything is going to be as usual. Borussia Dortmund was first at the half-season, but then they connected a couple of bad results in a row. An experienced team like FC Bayern made that in their favor. They sat on 1st place, and they are slowly but surely marching to their 7th title of the champions. There are still two matches to play, and the difference between these teams is 4 points (FCB 74 points, BVB 70 points).

Red Bull Leipzig vs. FC Bayern – review

As we said, the fight for the Bundesliga is still on, and there are two matches until the end of the season. RB Leipzig qualified for the Champions League next season, and now they can decide the destiny of National champion. FC Bayern’s Niko Kovač is doing a great job as a coach. They are in a fight for two titles this season, both in Germany, Bundesliga, and DFB-Pokal.

Just to mention, these two teams are playing in the final match of Germans cup on May 25. There is a reason more for RB Leipzig to win this match in League. To defeat probably the best team in Germany in the 21st century.

RB Leipzig is the 3rd best team in home matches, with 16 played matches (10W, 5D, 1L) with goal-difference 34-9. At average, they lost against Borussia Dortmund in a tough match with a minimum lose 1-0.

On the other side, we have the best team in guest matches. They have 16 played matches (11W, 2D, and 3L) with a goal difference of 39-18. At average, they are scoring more than two goals per match as guests, which is pretty impressive.

Timo Werner is the first name of RB Leipzig, with 16 goals, and seven assists this season. He’s tied for 4th place as a goalscorer in Germany with Reus (BVB), and Kramarić (HOF).

Robert Lewandowski is one of the best players of FC Bayern in the last few seasons. He is consecutive in the top 3 goalscorers in Germany. This season he became the third goalscorer of Bundesliga history with 128 goals in 157 matches.

In front of him are just Gerd Müller with 365 goals, and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge with 162 goals. This season he’s leading the table of Bundesliga top goalscorers with 22 goals. If he stays fit and healthy, he is going to take the 2nd place of Karl-Heinz Rummenige for sure.

RB Leipzig vs. FC Bayern – Betting tips

If we see the history of matches between these two teams, we can see that there is always an interesting match with goals. Sometimes both teams scores, sometimes just one, but there is plenty of goals. We can be sure that this is going to be a case in this match.

If we look closely at the history of RB Leipzig’s home matches against FC Bayern, we can see that both teams always scored. And always with a minimum of three goals per game. In the last match between these two teams, where RB Leipzig was at home, they won with 2-1 against FC Bayern. There is a good offer with 1.85 on “Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals.”

As we said, FC Bayern averages two goals as guests this season, so there’s a good option on “Goals in both halves?” with 1.4 on the option “Yes.” It does not matter who will score; it is only important that the goals are in both halves.

For those who feel lucky, and those who think that today they’re going to raise some money from betting, we have a special offer, with good analysis. While FC Bayern needs this win at all costs, they are going to play their most attacking style, They will probably chasing winning goal more than RB Leipzig. There is a good odd of 3.1 that Robert Lewandowski will score in the first half. Knowing that he is the leader of goalscorers this season, this is pretty much fair offer.