Robert Lewandowski is going to the European Golden Shoe.
Bayern Munich is going to win the Bundesliga by at least 7 points.
Dortmund could end the season as the only other team to reach the 70-point mark.
Robert Lewandowski will have one more game to add to his goal tally for the European Golden Shoe race,
Monchengladbach vs Hertha Berlin – avoiding a defeat will be enough to get Monchengladbach a Champions League qualification.
Leverkusen vs Mainz – a win is necessary to move into the UCL qualifying spot. Goal difference won’t be in Leverkusen favor. The hope will be for Monchengladbach defeat at home to Hertha Berlin.
Wolfsburg and Hoffenheim will battle for 6th.
Freiburg and Frankfurt fight for 8th.
Frankfurt and Hertha Berlin battle for 9th.
Hertha and Schalke go for 10th.
Union Berlin, Mainz, FC Koln, and Augsburg can both leap above Schalke in the final standings.
Dusseldorf and Werder Bremen are the teams facing relegation threat.
Union Berlin vs Dusseldorf
Werder Bremen vs FC Koln
The Leading Goalscorers
Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 33 goals
Timo Werner (RB Leipzig) – 26 goals
Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) – 17 goals
Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg) – 16 goals
Rouwen Hennings (Düsseldorf) – 15 goals
Jhon Córdoba (FC Köln) – 13 goals
Erling Haaland (Dortmund) – 13 goals
Florian Niederlechner (Augsburg) – 13 goals
Robin Quaison (Mainz) – 13 goals
Sebastian Andersson (Union Berlin) – 12 goals
Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich) – 12 goals
Kai Havertz (Leverkusen) – 12 goals
Bayern Munich 3-1 Freiburg
Goal Scorers Bayern Munich – Joshua Kimmich 15′ Robert Lewandowski 24′ 37′
Goal Scorers Freiburg – Lucas Holer 33′
FC Koln 1-1 Frankfurt
Goal Scorers FC Koln -Florian Kainz 45′(pen)
Goal Scorers Frankfurt – Bas Dost 72′
Dusseldorf 1-1 Augsburg
Goal Scorers Düsseldorf – Rouwen Hennings 26′
Goal Scorers Augsburg – Florian Niederlechner 10′
Hertha Berlin 2-0 Leverkusen
Goal Scorers Hertha Berlin – Matheus Cunha 22′ Dodi Lukebakio 54′
Hoffenheim 4-0 Union Berlin
Goal Scorers Hoffenheim – Ihlas Bebou 11′ Andrej Kramaric 39′ Munas Dabbur 45+2′ Christoph Baumgartner 68′
Mainz 3-1 Werder Bremen
Goal Scorers Mainz – Robin Quaison 25′ Jean-Paul Boetius 30′ Edimilson Fernandes 85′
Goal Scorers Werder Bremen – Yuya Osako 58′
Paderborn 1-3 Monchengladbach
Goal Scorers Paderborn – Sven Michel 54′
Goal Scorers Monchengladbach – Patrick Herrmann 4′ Lars Stindl 55′ 73′
RB Leipzig 0-2 Dortmund
Goal Scorers Dortmund -Erling Braut Haaland 30′ 90+3′
Schalke 1-4 Wolfsburg
Goal Scorers Schalke – Rabbi Matondo 70′
Goal Scorers Wolfsburg -Wout Weghorst 16′ 56′ Kevin Mbabu 59′ Joao Victor 69′
Bayern Munich extended their winning streak in the league by picking up another set of three points from a ‘3-1’at home against Freiburg. Robert Lewandowski added two more goals to his tally to stretch his lead in the European Golden Shoe race.
Rouwen Hennings goals allowed Dusseldorf to pick up an important point for their relegation avoidance objective in a ‘1-1’ draw against Augsburg.
Dusseldorf are 2-points and +4 goal difference safe from direct relegation.
Leverkusen dropped the ball.
Hertha Berlin won their first match in 4 games to end a run of three defeats in a row. The ‘2-0’ victory against Leverkusen also denied Leverkusen the result to move in position for Champions League qualification. To qualify for the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League, Leverkusen will need a win in the final match of the season and hope that Monchengladbach suffer defeat.
Werder Bremen were left empty-handed after a 3-1 defeat on the road against Mainz.
Bremen needed some points on the board to help with their fight to avoid relegation. It will be a must win fixture for Werder Bremen in the final match of the season.
A ‘3-1’ victory at Paderborn allowed Monchengladbach to take advantage of Leverkusen’s failure in Munich.
Erlin Braut Haaland scored the two goals to get Dortmund the 2nd-place position and UCL qualification by beating RB Leipzig in Leipzig.
Goal difference gives Leipzig the insurance of a UCL qualification through the league.
Schalke will have one more round to end their winless run in the league. Wout Weghorst took his goal scoring tally to 16 after contributing two goals to Wolfburg’s ‘4-1’ away victory against Schalke.