Summary

  • Leipzig head for Leverkusen in record-breaking form.
  • Hosts beginning to come good after inconsistent start.
  • Visitors aiming to extend unbeaten run.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen face the daunting task of attempting to stop the Bundesliga’s most in-form side, RB Leipzig, with the visitors eager to ink new top-flight records when the sides meet in the Matchday 11 opener at the BayArena on Friday 18 November (kick-off 20:30CET/19:30GMT).

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Roger Schmidt's Leverkusen – currently in eighth place – are enjoying their best run of form in the present campaign, Die Werkself having won their last three games in all competitions. A 3-2 victory against SV Darmstadt 98 last time out was due, in no small part, to the in-form Julian Brandt whose man-of-the-match performance was adorned with his first Bundesliga goal of the season.

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Leipzig continue to take their maiden campaign in the Bundesliga to new heights with Ralph Hasenhüttl's side now ranked alongside FC Bayern München at the head of the standings. Their 3-1 win at home to 1. FSV Mainz 05 on Matchday 10 was a fifth successive triumph and came courtesy of a Timo Werner brace and Emil Forsberg's fourth goal of the season.

Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhüttl has led his side into the Bundesliga record books this season.

Match Stats

  • Leipzig are level on points with Bayern with just under a third of the season gone.
  • Hasenhüttl’s team are the only side to have won their last five Bundesliga games.
  • No team has managed a winning streak of more than five top-flight games so far this term.
  • For the first time in Bundesliga history, three teams remain unbeaten after ten matches, namely Bayern, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and Leipzig.
  • Should Leipzig avoid defeat in Leverkusen, they will become the first promoted team to go 11 consecutive Bundesliga games unbeaten at the start of a season.  
  • As a newly promoted side, Leipzig's 24 points after ten rounds of matches is bettered only by Kaiserslautern's haul of 25 points following their promotion in 1997.

The Venue - BayArena

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