🇩🇪 What's left to play for on the final day of the Bundesliga season? | OneFootball

🇩🇪 What's left to play for on the final day of the Bundesliga season?

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Lewis Ambrose

The final weekend of the Bundesliga season is here and there is a lot on the line at both ends of the table.

Bayern Munich have already claimed a tenth consecutive league title and Greuther Fürth are already relegated but what else is yet to be decided ahead of the final matchday?

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Bayern have won the title, Borussia Dortmund will finish second and Bayer Leverkusen have sealed third, leaving one spot in next season’s Champions League up for grabs.

RB Leipzig occupy it as the weekend begins. They’re two points clear of SC Freiburg and have a far superior goal difference: the only way we’ll see those two change positions is if Leipzig lost at Arminia Bielefeld and Freiburg beat Leverkusen away from home.

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Union Berlin are three points behind fourth as things stand but Leipzig better their goal difference by 30 goals. The capital club can say goodbye to any dreams of Champions League football.


With RB Leipzig taking on SC Freiburg in the DFB Pokal final, both fifth and sixth will enter the Europa League.

Freiburg (55 points) and Union (54) are there right now but FC Köln are right behind in seventh on 52 points. They have already secured seventh and a spot in the Europa Conference League so have nothing to lose.

Goal difference means Köln are very unlikely to catch Freiburg but a win against relegation-threatened VfB Stuttgart would see them usurp Union if the Berlin side fail to beat Bochum.

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Goal difference means Arminia Bielefeld, who host RB Leipzig on the final day, are all but relegated after two years in the top flight.

The relegation play-off place could get more interesting. VfB Stuttgart are there in 16th as the weekend begins but host Köln in front of 55,000 at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.

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If Hertha BSC lose in Dortmund and Stuttgart win, it will be the Berlin side who drop into 16th and will face a two-legged play-off match against the team that finishes third in the second tier.