This time Kick off! we'll see a top match that few would have predicted pre-season. That FC Bayern heads the table is no surprise. The real shock is Eintracht Frankfurt in third place. Are they as good as the standings suggest? We'll have highlights from that match and all others in Round 11. We'll also talk to Sebastian Mielitz, Bremen's new number one keeper.
After slipping against Leverkusen, who halted their eight-match winning streak, Bayern were back with a vengeance last week in Hamburg. This week the table-toppers face the enigmatic Eintracht Frankfurt, who've shown they can hold their own against the Bundesliga big guns. But will the Bavarians prove too tall an order?
Wolfsburg's caretaker coach Lorenz-Günther Köstner says credibility is more important than victory. That was after losing to Nuremberg last week. Unfortunately, credibility doesn't earn points and the Wolves are in desperate need of those. They take on fourth-placed Leverkusen on Sunday.
If history is anything to go by, at least one goal will fall in this match. That's been the case in Schalke's past 57 outings. And their last two encounters with Bremen resulted in 4-0 and 5-0 victories for the Royal Blues. Bremen's man between the posts, Sebastian Mielitz, is hoping that that trend won't continue.
He's been with Bremen since 2005 but he's only appeared 25 times in the Bundesliga. For years, Sebastian Mielitz played second fiddle to Tim Wiese. But now Wiese is gone and Mielitz has his chance to shine. We speak to Bremen's new number one goalkeeper.
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