Bayern Munich welcomes Borrusia Monchengladbach to Allianz Arena in the Bundesliga encounter on Saturday late-kick.
Julian Nagelsmann’s men have a 100 percent record in the league so far after winning all their matches and notching 15 goals and conceding only one as they Bavarian sit on top of the league despite the departure of Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona.
Monchengladbach finished 10th last season and are two points behind Bayern Munich but the away thing has a bizarrely impressive record against defending champions.
Bayern Munich have scored at least two goals in 28 of their last 32 home league games.
The defending champions 15 matches out 16 league fixtures have produced over 2.5 goals
Bayern have scored 20 goals and conceded four in their first four games.
Gladbach won on their last visit to the Allianz Arena in January after beating the host 2-1 but the away thing last four defeats saw at least five total goals.
Monchengladbach have scored 15 goals and conceded four in their first four games.