Far-Fetched Friday: RB Leipzig Win Bundesliga Title


The Bundesliga has been rightfully coined the 'Bayernsliga' over the last few years as Bayern Munich has stormed to ten straight league titles. Well, I am here to stamp that we will have a new winner of the German League for the first time since Jurgen Klopp's Borrusia Dortmund team took the title in 2011.

Welcome back to Far-Fetched Friday, where we give you a bold prediction that we believe will come to fruition. This Friday, we look at the Bayernsliga.

My predicted winner is RB Leipzig. Even though they sit in 3rd place and seven points behind Bayern Munich with just ten games to go, I believe they will go on to win the league. They get to play Bayern Munich later in the season, and if they win, you have to be pretty confident in their chances. In addition, they will most likely be knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester City this coming Tuesday, which will free them to focus on the league. On the other hand, Bayern still has the Champions League to worry about and a game against Borussia Dortmund in April.

It would be fitting to see the most hated club in Germany, RB Leipzig, end the reign of the most loved club in Germany, Bayern Munich. My prediction is that RB Leipzig will end Bayern's dominance.

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