Match Preview: Bayern Munich 2-2 Hertha Berlin Prediction and Betting Tips 16.08.2019

Bayern Munich – Hertha Berlin Predictions

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Bayern Munich 2-2 Hertha Berlin

Date: 16.08.2019 | Match at: 19:30 | League: GERMANY: Bundesliga – Round 1 | Tip: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.42 | Bookie: Bwin


Match Preview

Bayern Munich won an astonishing seventh consecutive Bundesliga title last term, and will look to do it all again as they open the new campaign at home to Hertha Berlin. Having won their previous seven season openers, winning by half-time in each, the reigning champions will be confident.
In fact, the hosts have lost just one opening day fixture across the last 17 seasons (W13, D3, L1). They kept a total of eight clean sheets across those season openers and conceded more than one goal on just one occasion (2-2 in 2008/09), whilst failing to score in just two games.
Furthermore, the German champions lost just one Bundesliga home game during 2018/19 (W13, D3, L1), and have won their last 11 home league fixtures, securing seven clean sheets in the process.
Opponents Hertha travel here with five wins from their last six season openers, albeit four of those victories were at home. However, they have lost just one of their last five Bundesliga away openers (W2, D2).
On the road, the visitors have lost four of their last six top-flight matches (W1, D1, L4), including a defeat to Bayern last February. In fact Hertha have failed to score in their last five visits here.
Players to watch: Robert Lewandowski (FCB) netted 22 Bundesliga goals last season, but has never scored against Hertha at the Allianz Arena.
Hertha’s new signing Dodi Lukebakio scored four goals against Bayern last season – including an away hat-trick.
Stat attack: Bayern won the first half ‘to nil’ in five of their previous six season openers, three with a 1-0 scoreline.
In three of their last five Bundesliga home games, Bayern opened the scoring within ten minutes.
Hertha have conceded more penalties (14), and been awarded more (13), versus Bayern than against any other Bundesliga team.
Hertha conceded just two first-half goals across their last 12 Bundesliga openers.