As the European league season winds up, StarTimes is set to bring live actions of the German Bundesliga from the various match venues this weekend to the living homes of football loving viewers.
One of these matches will feature league leader Bayern Munich and AS Freiburg clash at the Allianz Arena on Saturday, May 20.
The match, expected to generate the usual passion will see the team described as the Bayern behemoth and already lifting the league trophy as it is seated comfortably on top the league table with 79 points and equally leading a 10-point gap ahead of the closest rival will hosts the sixth on the table, Freiburg, albeit have not much to worry except the facts that it’s not in their DNA to let the home fans down.
Freiburg, also described as Bundesligaâ€™s most clinical team from the city of Freiburg currently in the 6th position has not been too impressive this season and its head-to-head statistics with Bayern does not portray any miracle happening on Saturday.
Bayern Munich has won 29 out of 34 matches this season, with 14 home and 15 away wins compared with Freiberg’s 14 wins, six home and five away. Besides, Ancelotiâ€™s Bayern is on the fifth league title quest this season.
However, the uncertainty nature and surprises that football may cause aficionados not to completely write off Freiburg as these two teams confront themselves this weekend.
The game is expected to see the best of both sides featuring their best players including Bayernâ€™s Lewandowski who has now reached the 30-goal mark in the Bundesliga for a second successive season.
StarTimes assured football viewers that they can enjoy the best of the German Bundesliga and other thrilling sporting actions on its World Football Channels 244 and 254 starting 2.30pm on Saturday.
Speaking on these coming sporting actions, Brands and Marketing Director, StarTimes, Mr. Qasim Elegbede, said StarTimes remains committed to delivering quality sporting content to its subscribers.
â€œQuality sporting content was the reason behind the acquisitions of sporting rights of the Serie A, Bundesliga, French Ligue 1, Chinese Super League, Eredivisie and recently, the 2018 FIFA World Cup in over 48 territories in Africa,â€ stressed the former Complete Sports newspaper journalist.
He said StarTimes will be showcasing the best of German Bundesliga football live from the various match centres to the screens of its subscribers with the Bayern and Freiburg encounter as one of the biggest at the Allianz Arena. “We are confident that soccer fans will enjoy every moment of the game,â€ Elegbede concluded.