recovered at the weekend following a shock defeat to Colchester and will be hoping to kick on in the Champions League against a Bayern team that are top of the league and unbeaten in their domestic division.
The German giants go into this one as favourites at 23/20, with Tottenham looking a rather good value 2/1 with William Hill, despite a poor start to the season.
They battled hard for victory with 10-men against Southampton and that will undoubtedly buoy them in a tournament in which they love to cause a shock.
The two sides haven’t played each other since 1983, so it’s certainly going to be an exciting match and one of the games that decides who tops the group come the end of the Group Stage.
It’s going to be a battle between two of Europe’s most clinical finishers and keeping both Harry Kane and Robert Lewandowski quiet will be key to both sides. They only need a sniff at goal and with an ageing Boateng in the heart of the Bayern back four, Kane first goal at 7/2 would be a useful bet.
Spurs to win at 2/1 does look generous value from William Hill and we’d be inclined to back that, while the draw at 27/10 is also worth considering.