Multiliga of the last round of the Bundesliga in Viaplay

Multiliga of the last round of the Bundesliga in Viaplay
Multiliga of the last round of the Bundesliga in Viaplay

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Dortmund vs Mainz

Borussia have 70 points and a place in the UEFA Champions League next season, but will he win the German championship at the expense of Bayern, with a 2-point lead? One thing is known: Borussia Dortmund will be German champions if BVB wins against Mainz or simply if Bayern fails to win in Cologne. All in the legs and heads of the Borussia players to win against Mainz. And here is a strange thing, because after winning the match against Bayern – it was 3-0. Who knows if this team did not sink the Bavarians, but then the players from Mainz fell in 4 matches, including against relegation defenders Schalke and Stuttgart. Therefore, they are ranked only 9th.

Leipzig vs Gelsenkirchen

RB Leipzig won the last 4 matches and thus from 3rd place will play in the Champions League. This match is a battle for Schalke to stay in the Bundesliga. Schalke’s defeat will most likely mean relegation or play-offs. RB Leipzig can actually give up 3 points and lose, because neither will gain or lose anything. Schalke has 31 points and these 3 points could help them stay or at least compete in the play-offs to stay in the top Bundesliga.

Cologne vs Munich

Matchday 33 in the Bundesliga brought a turning point at the top of the Bundesliga table. Bayern Munich lost to RB Leipzig 1-3 at home, which was a shock to the club’s management and fans. Borussia Dortmund capitalized on this defeat at the Allianz Arena to overtake the Bavarians with a 3-0 away win in Augsburg. BVB have a two-point advantage and thus the best chance of winning the title.

Now Bayern must fly to Cologne and absolutely win the match against FC Köln hoping that Mainz will put himself in Dortmund. Bayern is slightly disappointed because their players in a trivial way in their own stadium wasted a huge chance to win the championship. These are somewhat bitter words because now Bayern depends on what BVB will do with all this. Unfortunately, everything indicates that Dortmund will celebrate the championship, and Bayern will have to ventilate the locker room.

Bayern is the best in many statistics in the 2022/23 season.
Taking into account the whole season, the team from Munich scored the most goals (90) of all Bundesliga teams. Bayern players have scored at least 90 goals in one Bundesliga season for the fourth time in a row. Only Borussia Mönchengladbach have not won the German championship with this number of goals before.

Freiburg and Union Berlin will play a correspondence duel for the 4th place in the Champions League.

The team that scores more points in matchday 34 finishes in 4th place. If both teams draw, Union will play on better goal difference in the Champions League. If both teams win or lose, Freiburg would have to make up at least 4 goals. If the goal difference after 34 matchdays is the same (currently +12 for Union and +8 for Freiburg), the 4th place will be determined first by more goals scored (both teams currently have 50 each) and then by a direct comparison (which would in favor of Freiburg).

Transmission schedule – 34th matchday of the Bundesliga:

May 27 (Saturday)

14:30 StudioViaplay
Led by: Rafał Kędzior, Marcin Borzęcki, Radoslaw Gilewicz

15:30 Multiliga BundesligaViaplay

15:30 Borussia Dortmund – 1. FSV Mainz 05Viaplay
Comment: to be confirmed

15:30 RB Leipzig – FC Schalke 04Viaplay
Commentary: David King

15:30 1. FC Union Berlin – SV Werder BremenViaplay
Commentary: Tomasz Gorski

15:30 1. FC Cologne – FC Bayern MunichViaplay
Comment: to be confirmed

15:30 Borussia Monchengladbach – FC Augsburg, UPC Gallery, Viaplay Sports Weekend*
Comment: Kamil Kania

15:30 Eintracht Frankfurt – SC FreiburgViaplay
Commentary: Marcin Pawlowski

15:30 VfL Wolfsburg – Hertha BSCViaplay
Commentary: Mateusz Skwierawski, Mateusz Juza

15:30 VfL Bochum 1848 – Bayer 04 LeverkusenViaplay
Comment: Michał Skiba


15:30 VfB Stuttgart – TSG HoffenheimViaplay
Commentary: Przemysław Pozowski

May 28 (Sunday)

20:00 Bundesliga magazineViaplay
Hosted by: Rafał Kędzior, Marcin Borzęcki, Tomasz Urban

Transmission schedule – matchday 34 of the 2nd Bundesliga:
(all broadcasts without commentary)

May 28 (Sunday)

15:30 SpVgg Greuther Fürth – SV Darmstadt 98Viaplay

15:30 FC St. Pauli – Karlsruher SCViaplay

15:30 SC Paderborn 07 – 1. FC NurembergViaplay

15:30 Hannover 96 – Holstein KielViaplay

15:30 FC Hansa Rostock – Eintracht BraunschweigViaplay

15:30 SV Sandhausen – Hamburger SVViaplay

15:30 SSV Jahn Regensburg – 1. FC Heidenheim 1846Viaplay

15:30 1. FC Magdeburg – DSC Arminia BielefeldViaplay

15:30 1. FC Kaiserslautern – Fortuna DusseldorfViaplay

Transmission schedule – 38th round of the 3rd League:

May 27 (Saturday)

1:30 p.m SV Wehen Wiesbaden – Hallescher FC, HR Fernsehen HD (19.2°E – Clear)

1:30 p.m VfL Osnabruck – Borussia Dortmund II, NDR Fernsehen HD (19.2°E – Clear)

1:30 p.m Dynamo Dresden – VfB Oldenburg, MDR Fernsehen HD (19.2°E – Clear)

*Channel available on Play Now and Play Now TV on position 500.

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Tags: Multiliga Bundesliga Viaplay


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