We're now into four minutes of added time.
CHANCE FOR OSAKO!
A clipped cross to the near post from Bartels is flicked on by Osako but Neuer makes an outstanding save to deny him and the Bayern defence clears. Could that be the moment that seals the title?
A late foul from Kimmich on Moisander.
The veteran is on for his first appearance since Matchday 25 against his former side.
The substitute is cautioned for a foul on Lewandowski.
BIG CHANCE FOR SARGENT
The USMNT forward controls the ball on the edge of the six-yard box and shoots at goal, but Boateng makes a huge block to deny him.
Another striker comes on for Bremen as Füllkrug replaces Klaassen.
PERFECT SO FAR
Bremen have had only three attempts on goal so far and none of those have drawn a save from Neuer. The home side are also yet to have a corner but continue to push forward.
Lucas Hernandez comes on for Gnabry and slots in at left-back now for the league leaders.
CLASS FROM COMAN
Beautiful dribbling from the Frenchman cutting inside and out of Veljkovic before forcing a save from Hernandez.
HERE'S THEIR CHANCE...
A one-man advantage for the final 10 minutes plus stoppage time. The home side have extra motivation now to get back into this game, but Bayern will not make things easy.
Alphonso Davies has been shown a red card here after a foul on Veljkovic. The first red card of his Bundesliga career.
Second yellow card
There is still plenty of time for this game to see more goals. Bayern could seal their title, or Bremen could come back dramatically... at the moment, Bayern look composed and in control and as it stands, they will be crowned Bundesliga champions at full-time.
LOOKING FOR ANSWERS
The home side have been able to keep the ball more in the last few minutes, but it's still proving difficult to move forward with it once they have it. Sargent and Bartels have rarely touched the ball in attack. Perhaps it's time for Pizza?
BAYERN IN CONTROL
73 percent of possession and 4-0 for attempts on goal in the second half so far. No messing around.
Fresh legs in attack as Sargent and Bartels come on for Bittencourt and Rashica.
A MISS FROM LEWANDOWSKI
You don't see that every day. Müller's cross from his left foot is perfect into the Bremen box and Lewandowski matches it to stay onside with his run. He has a free header from five yards out in front of goal, but misses the ball completely and punches the ground in frustration.
30 TO GO...
No attempts on goal from the home side so far in this second half. That will have to change dramatically if they want to get back into this game.
The Bremen midfielder is cautioned for a foul on Davies.
It was almost another for Lewandowski and another assist for Müller. Kimmich's ball over the top into the Bremen box found Müller who crossed for Lewandowski to tap home at the near post, but Müller was in an offside position when the pass was played.
Bayern do want the second goal and have had a couple of half-chances early on here. A cross from Müller was blocked and cleared before Goretzka almost found Müller himself with a fantastic ball into the box. They've been on top so far in this second half.
Flick's side have come out in a relaxed manner. Still pressing and wanting the ball at all times as usual, but not forcing themselves forward early on.
The ball is rolling again in Bremen and we've had a change from the home side. Kevin Vogt is off and Sebastian Langkamp is on, with Bremen moving to a back five.
We're now into two minutes of added time at the end of the first half.
LEWANDOWSKI OPENS THE SCORING!
A fantastic goal from Bayern and that's at simple as it gets sometimes. Boateng picks up a cleared ball from the Bremen box and lobs the ball into the box. Lewandowski's run is perfect to meet it and he takes it on his chest before letting it bounce once and slotting it past Pavlenka.
APPROACHING THE BREAK
Neither side has been able to take full control of this one so far. Close to 60 percent possession for Bayern, but only one shot on target so far.
DAVIES LIKE LIGHTNING
Bayern's Canadian left-back has clocked 36.5km/h already this evening (22.68mph). The fastest recorded speed in the league's history was Dortmund's Achraf Hakimi with 36.49, but Davies' speed will not be an exact measurement just yet.
SHOT FROM DISTANCE
Boateng is forced to take a shot from range with Bremen's defence well structured. It goes straight at Pavlenka but was a tough one to handle having skidded along the floor in the rain, which is incredibly heavy now.
HEAVENS HAVE OPENED
The clouds were gathering before kick-off and now the rain has begun to fall in Bremen with just over half an hour of the game gone.
BAYERN ON THE BALL
The away side now taking more and more control of the ball here, but Bremen's defence is not wavering at all. Bayern are trying to work ways down the wing to break in behind their backline but to no positive effect so far.
COMAN HEADS WIDE
A cross from the right meets Coman on the run into the box and he glances a header at goal, but it's just wide across Pavlenka and the Bremen net.
The Canadian speedster is cautioned for a foul on Bittencourt.
A great first effort on goal from the home side with Eggestein finding space between the Bayern midfield and defence. He turns on the ball and shoots from 25 yards forcing Neuer to dive, and the ball bounces narrowly wide of the mark.
Bayern haven't been able to break down the Bremen defence in these opening 15 minutes. Another Kimmich cross almost finds Lewandowski in the box, but he can't quite stretch to meet it. The home side doing well to hold their own, and Bayern have had the majority of the ball, but not all of it.
FRIEDL VS. HIS FORMER SIDE
The former Bayern man is coming up against Gnabry on the near side. The 22-year-old Austrian made close to 100 appearances for Bayern's youth sides across several ages, and made two outings for the first team in his time with the club.
The home trying their best not to get pressured by the situation. Osako and the forward line is working hard to press and win the ball back in the Bayern half as well. Gebre Selassie hits the side-netting with a volley from Bittencourt's cross.
GETTING IN THE GROOVE
The league leaders are taking no time to settle into this game. Müller and Lewandowski involved early with the high-pressing that Bayern have become known for in recent months working wonders early on again here. Bremen struggling to hold onto the ball.
LEWANDOWSKI GETTING INVOLVED
First attempt on goal of the day as Kimmich lobs a ball into the box and Lewandowski volleys it across goal. It takes a touch on its way behind.
HERE WE GO!
Tonight could be the night. Bayern are one win from the title, but relegation-fighting Bremen are not going to lie down easy.
PIZARRO ON THE BENCH
Bremen striker Claudio Pizarro scored 87 times in 224 league games with Bayern across two spells at the club, winning six Bundesliga titles as well as the 2013 UEFA Champions League. He's back in a Matchday squad for the first time since the Bundesliga restarted after the coronavirus-enforced break.
NOT JUST BIG FOR BAYERN
The home side are also desperate for points this evening. Currently level on points with Fortuna Düsseldorf who sit in the relegation play-off spot, Bremen are fighting for their lives. Bremen are the league's third-lowest scorers (35) and have the second leakiest defence (64). Their lack of goals has not been for the want of trying. Sargent - owner of three goals and two assists - has averaged a shot on goal every 59 minutes
LEWY AND MÜLLER RETURN
Returning pair Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller are the league's top scorer and provider respectively. Lewandowski has plundered 30 goals, while Müller has laid on 20. The pair were suspended for Bayern's win over Gladbach at the weekend.
THE TITLE IS THERE TO BE WON
Three points will do it tonight for Bayern Munich to win their eighth consecutive Bundesliga title. Forty points from 14 Rückrunde matches nevertheless has them on the brink of a 29th Bundesliga title.
BREMEN STARTING LINE-UP
Pavlenka - Gebre Selassie, Veljkovic, Moisander (c), Friedl - M. Eggestein, Vogt, Klaassen - Bittencourt, Osako, Rashica
Kapino, Selke, Füllkrug, Pizarro, Langkamp, Sargent, Bartels, Groß, Bargfrede
BAYERN STARTING LINE-UP
Neuer (c) - Pavard, Boateng, Alaba, Davies - Kimmich, Goretzka - Gnabry, Müller, Coman - Lewandowski
Ulreich, Odriozola, Cuisance, Hernandez, Singh, Batista Meier, Zirkzee, Wriedt, Richards