Bayern Munich – U.A.N.L.- Tigres Predictions
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Bayern Munich 1-0 U.A.N.L.- Tigres
Date: 11.02.2021 | Match at: 19:00 | League: WORLD: FIFA Club World Cup – Final | Tip: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.53 | Bookie: Unibet
- Bayern Munich’s 2-0 victory over Al Ahly in the FIFA Club World Cup (CWC) semi-final extended their winning run to six competitive matches and gives the 2013 trophy holders the chance for a second CWC trophy as they face first-time participants and CONCACAF Champions League winners Tigres. With the German champions and UEFA Champions League winners triumphing ‘to nil’ – and by a 2+ goal margin – in all three previous CWC games in their history, their comfortable odds look justified here.
- All three of those victories saw Bayern lead at HT, as has been the case in every match in their current six-game winning run. In fact the German outfit have scored in 52 straight matches in all competitions, winning despite a -1 handicap in 27.
- Two one-goal margin victories has taken Tigres to the final in their debut CWC appearance, and made it eight wins from their previous ten competitive matches (D1, L1). In three of the four fixtures in which they conceded first during that period (W2, D1, L1), the Mexican outfit came back to secure a result, so they may cause quick-scoring Bayern problems.
- Enjoying the most successful period in the club’s history with five domestic titles across the last ten years, Tigres will be dreaming of becoming only the fourth non-European side to triumph in this tournament, and have won their previous seven competitive matches vs non-Mexican sides, thanks in part to being awarded five penalties across those fixtures.
- Players to watch: The unstoppable Robert Lewandowski has scored in ten of Bayern’s last 12 games, seven times as their first goalscorer. Tigres have their own superstar striker in André-Pierre Gignac who has scored in their last five matches against non-Mexican sides, four times netting his side’s first goal.
- Hot stat: The last seven finals have been won by a European team, five in regulation time, and four by a -1 handicap.