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As Bayern Munich chase a ninth consecutive title with RB Leipzig hot on their heels, the Bundesliga looks set for a nail-biting finale. The 2020/2021 season could bring about a change in the guard and a first new winner since Wolfsburg shocked the world in 2009.
The Unstoppable Machine
Standing in their way are the always indomitable Bayern Munich. Not only did they win the Bundesliga last time around by a landslide, but they also won Europe's top prize for a sixth time. Coach Hansi Flick has an embarrassment of riches at his disposal. The reacquisition of Leroy Sane from Manchester City and his collaboration with Serge Gnabry and Robert Lewandowski should strike fear into the hearts of all opposition defences. It will require a great team to snatch the trophy away from them come 15 May 2021 and only Leipzig look up for that fight.
Could 2021 mark the year of a seismic shift in German football? Julian Nagelsmann has assembled a fantastic squad in recent years and despite losing talismanic forward Timo Werner to Chelsea, the Red Bulls will be optimistic about pushing Bayern to the brink in what should be a tantalising conclusion to the 2020/2021 season. It could be now or never for Leipzig as they are sure to see increased interest in their most prized assets in the coming seasons.
The Battle for the Top Four
For the first time in five years, Borussia Dortmund might miss out on top level European competition. They face a very tough fight against Wolfsburg, Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer Leverkusen for those two available positions. Interim coach Edin Terzić will hope to maintain their place in the UCL.
Young English Talent
If the battle at the top of the table isn't your cup of tea, perhaps you will be intrigued to check out some exciting, young English talent doing their thing in Germany. Jadon Sancho and Jude Bellingham are rightly getting a lot of press at Borussia Dortmund but you might not know that Demerai Gray has joined the fight for European places at Leverkusen or that Ryan Sessegnon is currently on loan at Hoffenheim. Keep up with the next generation of England stars as they get their opportunity to shine in the Bundesliga 2020/2021.
But how can I watch Bundesliga?
Don't worry, Sporticos has you covered. Watching the likes of Bayern Munich, RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen and Hoffenheim has never been in easier for UK football fans.
Watch Bundesliga via live stream with Bet 365
You can watch all 2020/2021 Bundesliga fixtures online with Bet 365. Simply login to their app or visit their website and check the German football schedule. You will see a video icon next to all fixtures. This indicates that they are available for live streaming. Whether you want to follow Wolfsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt in their battle for the top four, or watch Arminia Bielefeld and Mainz attempt to escape relegation, every kick can be accessed live and on the go with Bet 365. That's not all, you can even watch DFB Pokal cup games via live stream. Looking for football on a Saturday or Sunday?
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Watch Bundesliga on TV with BT Sport
Enjoy a range of sport including Bundesliga on TV with BT Sport. Existing BT Broadband customers can add the package for £15 or new customers can get internet and TV packages including sport for just £39.99. BT Sport is also available to Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin customers. For those who want live football without all the other hassle, there is the BT Sport monthly pass, which provides all BT Sport channels for only £25.
Watch Bundesliga via live stream with BT Sport
Many of us don't want to sit in front of the TV and watch games. We want to enjoy live football online on our favourite devices. That is where the BT Sport app comes in. You can live stream the action on your phone, tablet or even PS4. Live Bundesliga fixtures from the 2020/2021 season have never been more accessible. Get top quality league football wherever you want it.
Don't miss the business end of the Bundesliga season
Can Leipzig knock Bayern off their pedastal? Will Borussia Dortmund make it into the Champions League? Can Mainz and Arminia Bielefeld escape the drop? Stay up to date with every moment of the 2020/2021 German football season every Saturday and Sunday with Sporticos' dedicated Bundesliga page, where we provide the fixtures schedule, all the data you need about where to watch games, and all the stats you need to be a Bundesliga aficionado.