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Ka-pi96 said:
mZuzek said:

It's just like the title race, isn't it?

More the opposite. At least the teams in the title clearly want to win the title. It's kind of looking like none of the teams below that actually want to play in the Champions League.



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mZuzek said:
Ka-pi96 said:

More the opposite. At least the teams in the title clearly want to win the title. It's kind of looking like none of the teams below that actually want to play in the Champions League.

Well... at least I'm cute



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Lucky Tottenham. Lucky Watford too.

The whole relegation thing is dependent on Cardiff at the moment, they lose, statistically are fine.



Hmm, pie.

That's it then.. time to put all our eggs in EL basket. We're not winning that either though. Pathetic.

edot. 3-0 at half-time. We hit rock bottom. Losing the goal difference too. 

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Wow Arsenal.



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DFB Cup - Semifinals

Hamburg 1-3 Leipzig
Bremen 2-3 Bayern

Bremen scored twice in two minutes to tie the game with a good 15 minutes left to go, then the referee decided to gift Bayern a penalty kick. Fortunately, Germany has VAR. Unfortunately, the guy in charge decided against advising the referee on the field to take a look at replays. In the aftermath of the game, the only people who saw a PK in that situation were Bayern players while it was brought to light that the TV expert's initial reaction and expectation when the whistle was blown was that the Bayern player who fell would be given a yellow card. While that would have been too harsh, it certainly wasn't a PK either.

With Leipzig and Bayern reaching the final, the sixth spot of the Bundesliga becomes a direct Europa League spot and the seventh spot Europa League qualifying.

Bundesliga - Matchday 30

Bayern 1-0 Bremen
Leverkusen 2-0 Nürnberg
Augsburg 6-0 Stuttgart
Mainz 3-1 Düsseldorf
Gladbach 1-2 Leipzig
Schalke 2-5 Hoffenheim
Freiburg 0-4 Dortmund
Berlin 0-0 Hannover
Wolfsburg 1-1 Frankfurt

Title Race - Bayern played an overall better game against Bremen a few days ago and a yellow-red card for Bremen after about an hour totally tipped the scale in Bayern's favor. Dortmund played well for the first time in quite a few weeks, so they did their homework too. Bayern's remaining schedule: @Nürnberg, vs. Hannover, @Leipzig, vs. Frankfurt; so a couple of easy games followed by two good opponents; problem is that Leipzig won't have anything to play for anymore by the time they face Bayern. Dortmund's remaining schedule: vs. Schalke, @Bremen, vs. Düsseldorf, @Gladbach; a less lopsided mix than what Bayern has left, but two challenging away games.

International Spots - Leipzig secured a Champions League spot for good with their win against Gladbach while Frankfurt leaves fourth place up for grabs. Hoffenheim and Leverkusen won their games against lesser opponents. Bremen and Wolfsburg remain alive and well, because seventh place will be good enough for the Europa League.

Relegation - Augsburg celebrated their highest ever win in Bundesliga history against a hapless Stuttgart who fired their coach a couple of hours after the game. Augsburg is done with the topic of relegation now and the same should hold true for Schalke despite another clear loss. While Nürnberg couldn't earn any points either, Stuttgart's disastrous loss gives them a clear advantage in goal difference now. However, Nürnberg has the tougher remaining schedule between the two; both teams still play against Wolfsburg and Gladbach, but Stuttgart takes on Berlin and Schalke while Nürnberg has to deal with Bayern and Freiburg. Even Hannover could earn a point against the utterly disappointing team from Berlin; not that it matters, because Hannover won't win 2+ games the rest of the way.

Highlights of matchday 31 - Hoffenheim vs. Wolfsburg and Dortmund vs. Schalke, because Dortmund vs. Schalke is interesting regardless of the standings.

Played Points W D L Goals Goal difference
1 - FC Bayern München 30 70 22 4 4 79:29 +50
2 - Borussia Dortmund 30 69 21 6 3 72:36 +36
3 - RB Leipzig 30 61 18 7 5 57:23 +34
4 - Eintracht Frankfurt 30 53 15 8 7 58:35 +23
5 - Borussia Mönchengladbach 30 51 15 6 9 49:37 +12
6 - TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 30 50 13 11 6 65:41 +24
7 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 30 48 15 3 12 53:48 +5
8 SV Werder Bremen 30 46 12 10 8 52:42 +10
9 - VfL Wolfsburg 30 46 13 7 10 48:45 +3
10 - Fortuna Düsseldorf 30 37 11 4 15 40:59 -19
11 - Hertha Berlin 30 36 9 9 12 41:48 -7
12 - 1. FSV Mainz 05 30 36 10 6 14 37:51 -14
13 - Sport-Club Freiburg 30 32 7 11 12 39:54 -15
14 - FC Augsburg 30 31 8 7 15 46:55 -9
15 - FC Schalke 04 30 27 7 6 17 32:52 -20
16 - VfB Stuttgart 30 21 5 6 19 27:67 -40
17 - 1. FC Nürnberg 30 18 3 9 18 24:56 -32
18 - Hannover 96 30 15 3 6 21 25:66 -41


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Damn, Fulham dragging Cardiff straight down with them.



Wow just wow these teams fighting for 3rd and 4th are practically throwing the positions at each other now Tottenham still have games in Europe to play.



That was on Emery, what a patchetic way to start playing against Leicester. We looked drilled for pressing & physical playing earlier this season but idk what happened now. Zero effort, we looked like Newcastle. Not so confident about Emery anymore, yes the squad is 70% garbage but he's got it all wrong too many times now.



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