Stuttgart pick up a crucial point to all but relegate Bielefeld automatically. If they beat Cologne on the final day and Hertha lose in Dortmund, they'll bypass the play-offs and be safe for another season.
COMAN SENT OFF
Mavropanos is tight on Coman. The Bayern winger doesn't like it and raises his right hand to the VfB defender's face - straight red card!
TIMED ADDED ON
Into the first of FIVE added minutes in Munich...
ON THEIR FEET
A few Stuttgart players are down with cramp. They've worked their socks off. Can they hold on to all but remove the prospect of automatic relegation from the table?
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Alphonso Davies 35.69km/h
Kingsley Coman 35.31km/h
Tiago Barreiros de Melo Tomas 35.26km/h
Sabitzer and Choupo-Moting, who started the defeat to Mainz, are on for the closing stages. Müller and Gnabry - credited with that first Bayern goal in the end - make way.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
Förster's in for Stuttgart, but his first touch lets him down and the shot is easy for Neuer. Bayern go up the other end with Lewandowski, who can't beat Müller. There's another goal in this...
END TO END!
BIG SASA GETS THE HOOK
Kalajdzic has put in some shift. Stuttgart will need him at his best against Cologne on the final day. Thommy's on for the final 11 minutes or so.
Great skill from Lewandowski to control Coman's right-wing cross. He dances inside, but his shot is blocked at point-blank range by Müller and goes over off the top of the bar.
Förster's straight in at the deep end. He has Kalajdzic to his right, but opts for the shot and fires wide from the edge of the area.
TOMAS HEADS OFF
Coulibaly's booked after pulling back Davies. Tomas is then replaced by Förster, who can play across the attack.
Kimmich moves to right-back as Pavard and Goretzka make way. Roca and Tolisso, who's out of contract at the end of the season, are on.
RELIEF FOR VFB!
Kalajdzic is back up and running again. He missed 15 Hinrunde matches with a shoulder problem, and you do wonder if Stuttgart would be in the position they are in now had he been fit.
Concern for Stuttgart. The Austrian is on his back after an innocuous-looking tangle with Upamecano. Matarazzo does not need this...
More uncertainty in the Bayern defence ends with Endo driving wide from just outside the box. Stuttgart fancy this...
Süle makes his final appearance at the Allianz Arena as a Bayern player, ahead of his summer move to Dortmund. The nippy Coulibaly is also on for Stuttgart.
Another mistake in the Bayern back line gifts possession to Kalajdzic. He's in the box with only Neuer to beat, but his shot is tame and easy for the Bayern stopper. How that might come back to haunt VfB!
STUTTGART ARE LEVEL!
Bayern don't clear their lines and, at the third attempt, Sosa's cross is put away by the head of Kalajdzic!
GOAL!2 : 2
Gnabry dances into the VfB area, and squares for Müller. He misses his kick, but Lewandowski doesn't. It's goalbound, until Anton throws himself in the way.
Sosa with the cross from the left. Kalajdzic goes up, but his header is deflected wide for a corner that comes to nothing. Mangala has also come on to beef up the Stuttgart midfield. Marmoush, who was carrying a knock, has gone off.
AMONG THE VERY BEST
Bayern have turned this around, but Stuttgart have had their chances. A great game for neutrals.
That Müller goal had an xG of just 23 percent. Sublime finish from a man who's Bayern to the bone. He penned a new deal this week, having been at the club since the age of 10.
WHAT A GOAL!
Bayern lead for the first time. Gnabry feeds Upamecano, who slips a pass into the box for Müller with his back to goal. He rolls Ito and pokes past Müller with his left foot - all in one silky smooth motion.
GOAL!2 : 1
Lewandowski with a sight of goal, but his chipped finish from 18 yards is meat and drink for Müller in the Stuttgart goal.
AS THINGS STAND
Stuttgart are still in the relegation play-off spot, albeit three clear of second-bottom Bielefeld, who have the inferior goal difference. Hertha are three points in the distance in the safe house.
Brilliant passing from Bayern, with Kimmich and Goretzka involved. Gnabry collects and steps inside of Sosa, before firing goalwards. Coman's waiting in front of the line, and Mavropanos can only turn the ball into his own net on the stretch.
GOAL!1 : 1
DAVIES TO THE RESCUE
Gnabry's pass across the VfB box is picked off. Stuttgart turn defence into attack in the blink of an eye, but the final pass is cut out by Davies. Had he got that wrong, Führich would have been through...
Another big chance for Müller, who powers Pavard's right-wing cross goalwards, but there's the other Müller - Florian - with a fabulous reaction save.
Alphonso Davies Chris Führich
Stuttgart's vertical passing is causing all kinds of problems for Bayern. A quick transition carves open the home defence as Kalajdzic holds the play up and releases Marmoush in behind Nianzou. He scampers into the box, but his dinked finish sails agonisingly wide of the far post.
Kimmich has a go from 18 yards, but it balloons off Endo's outstretched legs and into the arms of Müller.
POSSESSION ONLY NINE TENTHS OF THE LAW
An even bigger let-off for Stuttgart. Pinball in the box culminates in a loose ball dropping for Goretzka. He's 10 yards out, but screws wide on his weaker left foot.
OFF THE BAR!
Davies releases Coman, who goes on one of his trademark jinking runs. Kimmich collects and clips a pass to the right for Gnabry, who volleys into the danger zone. It's blocked, and there's Müller, scissor-kicking against the crossbar. Let-off for Stuttgart!
Bayern do not heed the warning as Marmoush tears away from Nianzou. He cuts a ball back to the edge of the box, where Tomas sends an unstoppable first-time finish into the roof of the net. Bayern far too open in these early stages.
GOAL!0 : 1
Marmoush races into the box, but Nianzou does just enough to prevent a full-blooded shot at Neuer's goal. Endo volleys just over from the ensuing corner.
Bayern move it quickly as Müller shifts a vertical pass into the box for Gnabry. Sosa gets a touch, forcing Florian Müller into a fabulous reaction save. Mavropanos completes the clearance before Davies can pounce.
Stuttgart win back the ball in their own half and immediately play it long for Tomas. He's clear of Bayern's high line, but Neuer gets there first before an offside flag goes up. Stuttgart will get chances like that...
It'd be rude not to mention Lewandowski in the build-up. With 34 goals, he's 10 clear of nearest pursuer Patrik Schick in his efforts to claim a fifth straight top scorer's cannon and seventh overall. He has 13 goals in 19 career meetings with Stuttgart, including eight across his last five.
GOALS RECORD UP FOR GRABS
Bayern have scored 93 times. In their final two Hinrunde games, they defeated Stuttgart 5-0 before beating Wolfsburg 4-0 — a repeat of that would see them beat their own Bundesliga record of 101 single-season goals.
Bayern have won all but one of the duo's last 19 Bundesliga meetings. The exception being the 4-1 home defeat on the last day of the 2017/18 season before they were presented with the Meisterschale as Bundesliga champions.
THE MATARAZZO VIEW
"Our self-belief is essential. And we'll need courage, tenacity, intensity on the pitch, we must act as a team. We're preparing for a top team, Bayern surely want to celebrate the trophy handover with a victory. It'll be crucial to keep the game open for a long time and to go for the one-on-ones 100 percent."
THE NAGELSMANN VIEW
"Stuttgart are very versatile. They can play different formations. Matarazzo has very creative ideas. Their situation in the relegation battle is difficult, they struggled with lots of injuries in decisive periods. I want to win the match, even though I respect Rino as a person and as an expert. It's a football match, after all. We'll give it everything and try to win the last home match in front of a full crowd."
RESPLENDENT IN RED
WHAT STUTTGART NEED
Stuttgart are two points clear of second-bottom Bielefeld, but four behinid 15th-placed Hertha. If they draw in Munich, Bielefeld will be all but down, given Stuttgart's superior goal difference. Victory would also mean VfB cannot be relegated automatically, but defeat would see Hertha safe and leave Arminia and Stuttgart to battle it out for the relegation play-off spot in respective home games against Leipzig and Cologne on the final day.
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Julian Nagelsmann makes five changes to the team that lost 3-1 in Mainz last weekend. Manuel Neuer returns in goal, while Dayot Upamecano and Tanguy Nianzou come in at centre-back. Thomas Müller and Kingsley Coman are also fit to start. Sven Ulreich, Niklas Süle, Lucas Hernandez, Marcel Sabitzer and Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting make way, but Jamal Musiala and Leroy Sane are not included in the squad. As for Stuttgart, it's just the one change from the 1-1 draw with Wolfsburg, with Chris Führich in for Erik Thommy.
STUTTGART STARTING LINE-UP
Müller - Mavropanos, Anton (c), Ito - Führich, Endo, Karazor, Sosa - Tomas, Kalajdzic, Marmoush
Bredlow, Coulibaly, Millot, Thommy, Förster, Mangala, Beyaz, Bazzoli, Tibidi
BAYERN STARTING LINE-UP
Neuer (c) - Pavard, Nianzou, Upamecano, Davies - Kimmich, Goretzka - Gnabry, Müller, Coman - Lewandowski
Ulreich, Richards, Süle, Choupo-Moting, Sabitzer, Hernandez, Roca, Tolisso, Stanisic
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OPPOSITE ENDS OF THE SPECTRUM
A big day for Bayern, and a big day for Stuttgart. Bayern will be presented with the Meisterschale at the close of play, as is tradtion in the champions' final home game of the season. Stuttgart need the points to ease their automatic relegation fears, meanwhile, and give them a chance of avoiding the play-offs come the final day.
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