RB Leipzig vs. Bayern Munich: 2019 DFB-Pokal Final Odds, Live Stream, ScheduleTF-Images/Getty ImagesGerman football faces a culture clash as RB Leipzig prepare to contest their first DFB-Pokal final on Saturday against Bayern Munich, the most decorated club in the competition's history. Leipzig held Bayern to a 0-0 stalemate when these teams met in the Bundesliga earlier in May, and Die Roten will again be particularly motivated to beat German football's new boys and claim their 17th title. Sunday's duel will be Ralf Rangnick's last game in charge of Leipzig before Hoffenheim's Julian Nagelsmann takes over this summer.
The DFB-Pokal has been similarly treacherous for even the giants at times, and Bayern had to squeak their way past Werder Bremen and second-division Heidenheim to get to this point, via German Football:Bayern are unbeaten in 11 matches travelling to the capital and have won eight of those, losing only two matches in all competitions since the last week of November. Kovac could sign off his first Bayern term with two trophies in tow, and despite their exit in the UEFA Champions League last 16, the coach believes he's done enough for a second term, per DW Sports:DW Sports @dw_sports❌ Champions League ✅ Bundesliga ⁉️ German Cup Does Niko Kovac deserve another season at #FCBayern? https://t. co/AvUGTuLXr7As well as Rangnick, this could also be star striker Timo Werner's last game in Leipzig colours. The Germany international has only one year remaining on his contract.
He'll want to sign off his second stint by making DFB-Pokal history at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. Date: Saturday, May 25Time: 7 p. m. BST/2 p. ETVenue: Olympic Stadium, Berlin, GermanyLive Stream: German Football YouTube channelOddsRB Leipzig: 5-1Draw: 10-3Bayern Munich: 1-2Via Oddschecker. com. PreviewBayern signed off an admirable title comeback by hammering Eintracht Frankfurt 5-1 in the final week to stave off the threat posed by Borussia Dortmund and clinch their seventh Bundesliga crown in a row. Kovac brought Die Roten back from despair earlier in the campaign to end his maiden season at their helm with at least one major title.