World News – US – Best and worst of this weekend’s Bundesliga schedule


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The Bundesliga offer a full list of games this weekend as they return to action after the international break

With this month’s UEFA Nations League games over and over, the big leagues are back in action around the world and the Bundesliga has all the action you could hope for With 9 games between Saturday and Sunday all 18 teams will be in action as they head into week 4 of the 2020-21 season

The weekend kicks off with a series of games at 9:30 am, and this one is no small test as Jadon Sancho and Borussia Dortmund set out to face Andrej Kramaric and Hoffenheim Both teams are in 6-point stalemate, despite Dortmund leading the scoreboard in the tie-breaker Last season Hoffenheim finished 6th in the table while Dortmund finished 2nd, 17 points ahead of their opponents Hoffenheim appear to have got off to a great start this year, which included a 4-1 victory over last season’s champions Bayern Munich, but they suffered their first loss of the campaign in Week 3 against Eintracht Frankfurt Jadon Sancho is expected to make his comeback after missing the last two matches due to illness, but we can expect him to start this weekend, especially with Marco Reus still on the mend. There are bound to be fireworks in this one as the two teams fight to climb the table and stay close to the top as the season progresses.

Two teams without a win to their name this season will meet on Saturday as they both compete for their first 3 full points of a game in this campaign Mainz have yet to win a single point, losing all of their points. First 3 matches against RB Leipzig, VfB Stuttgart and Union Berlin Leverkusen, on the other hand, did not win a game but also did not lose 3 draws in 3 games, that’s good for 14th place in the table, only 3 points ahead of Mainz, 17th place. Sure Leverkusen will look to take advantage of a Mainz defense who have scored 11 goals so far this season While this game has the potential to turn sideways, there aren’t many implications that come with it as both teams struggle to climb from the bottom half of the table.

If you look at last season’s table you would see this game as a completely one-sided blowout in favor of Leipzig, and you probably wouldn’t think about it This season, Augsburg flies through the gates as they are tied on points with the league leaders after big wins over Union Berlin and Borussia Dortmund They followed those two games with a big road draw against Wolfsburg, keeping them to pace near the top of the table sitting in 2nd place The hosts have allowed only one goal in their first 3 matches and they will look to keep that defense airtight as they host 1st place Leipzig As young American Tyler Adams finds himself in a prominent place returning from injury as Marcel Sabitzer is seen in doubt with a thigh injury, Leipzig will make the trip to WWK Arena in hopes of staying at the top of the table. while jumping away from Augsburg on all points

9:30 am – TSG Hoffenheim v Borussia Dortmund 9:30 AM – Sport-Club Freiburg v SV Werder Bremen 9:30 AM – Hertha Berlin v VfB Stuttgart 9:30 AM – 1 FSV Mainz 05 v Bayer 04 Leverkusen 9:30 AM – FC Augsburg v RB Leipzig 12:30 PM – DSC Arminia Bielefeld v FC Bayern München4: 30PM – Borussia Monchengladbach v VfL Wolfsburg

9:30 a.m. – 1 FC Köln v Eintracht Franfkurt12: 00PM – FC Schalke 04 v 1 FC Union Berlin

Bundesliga, FC Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, FC Augsburg, UEFA Champions League

World news – USA – The best and the worst of the this weekend’s Bundesliga schedule



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