BAYERN ARE CHAMPIONS!
Pure class from Bayern. Bundesliga champions for a seventh successive season and 28th time overall. Frankfurt scrap into Europe, thanks to results elsewhere.
HALLER TO THE RESCUE?
Sebastien Haller's on for Frankfurt, with Jonathan De Guzman making way. The 14-goal Frenchman will certainly give Süle and Co. something else to think about.
Robben almost adds a second, but he's denied his 100th Bundesliga goal by Trapp.
GOAL!5 : 1
MORE ON THAT GOAL
Vintage Ribery! The Frenchman - 36! - jinks in fro the left and dinks a fine finish over the advancing Kevin Trapp. He takes his shirt off in celebration and holds it up to the crowd before making his way back to the centre circle. Probably the best yellow card he's ever received.
GOAL!4 : 1
HERE COMES ROBBEN
The Dutchman gets the call from Niko Kovac. Emotional stuff...
LAST HURRAH FOR RIBERY
Franck Ribery's holding back the tears as he salutes the Bayern fans. Rapturous applause for a bona fide club legend in his final Bundesliga appearance following 12 years as a Bayern player.
MORE ON THAT GOAL
Renato Sanches is allowed far too much time to weigh up his options in the area. He sells his man a dummy and drives beyond Trapp, who gets a hand to it. Looks like the title is staying in Munich for another year...
GOAL!3 : 1
GOAL IN GLADBACH
Marco Reus doubles Dortmund's lead. They need Frankfurt to win, though...
MORE ON THOSE GOALS
Bayern were all over the shop defending a Kostic corner. Luka Jovic fired against the bar, but Haller reacted fastest to tuck away the follow-up. Parity didn't last long, though. Trapp could only parry Müller's low drive back out into the danger zone, and Alaba got there just ahead of Da Costa to restore Bayern's lead.
GOAL!2 : 1
GOAL!1 : 1
Frankfurt already posing more of a threat than they did in the entire first half as Süle's forced to take evasive action to prevent Kostic finding Haller.
SO FAR SO GOOD FOR BAYERN
Bayern 45 minutes or so from a seventh successive Bundesliga title. Kingsley Coman setttled the nerves inside four minutes, but it could so easily have been more for the defending champions. Frankfurt have offerred little going forward and, as things stand, are going to miss out on a place in Europe.
Jonathan de Guzman
GOAL IN MÖNCHENGLADBACH
Jadon Sancho gives Dortmund the lead, but they still need a big favour from Frankfurt. Not much sign of it, though, on the evidence of the first half...
REBIC OFF TARGET
Decent spell for Frankfurt, but with no one in the middle, Ante Rebic tries an audacious lob on his weaker left foot. It's high, wide and not so handsome...
Disappointment for Leon Goretzka, who's been one of Bayern's unsung heroes this season. He can't continue - on comes Euro 2016 winner Renato Sanches.
With Leverkusen, Wolfsburg and Hoffenheim all winning, and Gladbach holding Dortmund, Frankfurt will miss out on Europe altogether at this rate. So harsh on Adi Hütter's beaten Europa League semi-finalists, who have been one of the stories of the season.
Frankfurt living dangerously as Jonathan De Guzman directs a Kingsley Coman cross against his own crossbar. Bayern come again, with Trapp once again denying Lewandowski from close range. Bayern could be four or five up!
VAR SAYS NO
Bayern think they have daylight as Serge Gnabry lashes in on the counter, but after a lengthy VAR review the goal is chalked off. Lewandowski was offside when he received a pass from Alaba in the build-up.
Leaders Bayern are currently four points clear at the top, with Dortmund still being held to a goalless draw in Mönchengladbach.
Kingsley Coman rides the challenge of David Abraham before slipping in Thomas Müller, but his touch lets him down at the last moment. Huge let-off for Frankfurt.
Bayern look capable of scoring every time they go forward. A teasing ball is lifted into the box for Lewandowski. He opts to head the ball across goal for a teammate, but a Frankfurt shirt gets in the way.
HUMMELS DOES HIS JOB
A loose ball falls kindly for Ante Rebic around 20 yards from the Bayern goal. He has space to run into, but Mats Hummels is on it like a flash and slides in to clear.
Bayern go straight up the other end and almost double their lead. There's a bit of luck involved as Lewandowski barrels into the box, before drawing a smart stop from Trapp, who saves with his feet.
DE GUZMAN EFFORT
Encouraging signs from Frankfurt. Filip Kostic and Ante Rebic work an opening for Jonathan De Guzman, who his first touch is heavy and he doesn't get quite enough behind the strike to seriously trouble Ulreich.
That's the first we've seen of Frankfurt as an attacking unit as Luka Jovic whips a harmless cross into the arms of Sven Ulreich from the left flank. Right idea, but he's the man you want on the end of those - him or substitute Sebastien Haller.
STAY AWAY FROM THAT TRAPP DOOR
Bayern are threatening to run riot here as David Alaba forces a sprawling save from Kevin Trapp. Lewandowski sends a header over from the ensuing corner.
Frankfurt all at sea as Lewandowski slides a smarts ball across the box for Gnabry. He hts it first time, but Trapp is equal to it. There's a late offside flag, though, so it wouldn't have counted.
The home crowd have really picked up since that goal. Bayern are on top.
MORE ON THAT GOAL
Far too easy for Bayern. Robert Lewandowski lays a pass into the path of Thomas Müller, who spots Kingsley Coman on the overlap. He's completely unmarked, and calmly tucks the ball into the bottom corner to give Bayern the early lead. The title's staying in Munich, as things stand...
GOAL!1 : 0
Neither team has settled yet as Thiago goes in with an elbow on Filip Kostic. The referee has a quick word with the Spaniard, who showed no malintent.
TEAMS ARE OUT
Thunderous applause as the players take to the field at the Allianz Arena. Bayern are sporting their new home kit. It's all red with a sort of quilted pattern - let's hope they won't be using them as comfort blankets at full-time...
The game is also Arjen Robben's final curtain call in the Bundesliga, after 10 decorated years as a Bayern player. The 35-year-old, who has lifted seven Bundesliga titles since swapping Madrid for Munich in 2009, starts the day on 98 Bundesliga goals - will he get the chance to break the 100-mark.
AU REVOIR FRANCK
Ribery can become the Bundesliga's all-time record champion this afternoon. The 36-year-old Frenchman is hoping to lift an unprecedented ninth Meisterschale, having only failed to win the league in 2009, 2011 and 2012 since joining Bayern from Marseille in summer 2007. He's currently locked on eight titles apiece with Mehmet Scholl, Oliver Kahn, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Philipp Lahm, Arjen Robben, Thomas Müller and David Alaba.
MORE ON THOSE TEAMS - FRANKFURT
Sebastien Haller is on the bench once again for Frankfurt. The 14-goal Frenchman has not started a game since the Matchday 27 win over VfB Stuttgart because of a stomach strain, but was a second-half substiute in recent defeats to Chelsea and Mainz. Mijat Gacinovic starts behind a front two of Ante Rebic and Luka Jovic.
MORE ON THOSE TEAMS - BAYERN
Bayern are without goalkeeper and captain Manuel Neuer, midfield enforcer Javi Martinez and Colombian playmaker James Rodriguez, so it's the same starting XI that drew 0-0 in Leipzig last weekend. Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben are among the substitutes for one last time in the Bundesliga, ahead of their summer departures.
Trapp – Abraham (c), Hasebe, Hinteregger – da Costa, de Guzman, Fernandes, Kostic – Gacinovic – Rebic, Jovic
Ulreich – Kimmich, Süle, Hummels, Alaba – Goretzka, Thiago – Gnabry, Müller (c), Coman – Lewandowski
THR FRANKFURT FACTOR
It's a big 'if', in any case. Visitors Frankfurt are playing for a place in Europe, at best in the UEFA Champions League. The Eagles begin the day in sixth, though, and need to better the results of Gladbach and Leverkusen to secure a top-four finish. Otherwise, it'll be the Europa League - or nothing at all if results really go against them.
Bayern's two-point lead and superior goal difference over Dortmund means they will seal a seventh successive Bundesliga title IF they win or draw. A defeat, coupled with a Dortmund win in Gladbach, would allow BVB to sneak domestic honours for the first time since 2012
So it's come down to this - the final day of the 2018/19 season. Who will be crowned champions - Bayern Munich or Borussia Dortmund? Stay with us to find out...
Welcome along to the match centre for the game FC Bayern vs. Frankfurt from matchday 34 of the 2018/19 Bundesliga season at the Allianz Arena. Check back here for full information on the match.