With their second number spot at the points table in the Bundesliga, champions Bayern Munich have a chance to secure the top spot by securing a win against Eintracht Frankfurt tomorrow — with the latter unlikely to produce an upset.
Bayern, who are unbeaten with 10 wins and two draws to their names in the season so far, are likely to dominate the home team who rather have a dismal tournament so far.
During the fixture being played at Frankfurt's Deutsche Bank Park, fans can expect some early goals as both teams — in their last six matches — have managed to find the back of the net in the first half.
Bayern are likely to find the back of the net early in the game in light of Harry Kane and his teammate's prowess as the England skipper has scored a whopping 18 goals this season — of which seven were in away games, reported goal.com.
Bayern have scored a total of nine times within the first fifteen minutes of the game — of which four were by Kane.
Even though the defending champions have only conceded nine goals in this year's season so far, the Eagles do have a chance to breach Bayern's defensive line as the latter have only been able to preserve a clean sheet on two occasions out of the last six encounters with the home team.