WATCH: JAMAL MUSIALA - 'WE'LL PICK UP OUR LEVEL AGAIN SOON'
WATCH: BORNA SOSA - 'WE KNOW HOW DIFFICULT IT IS IN MUNICH'
WATCH: KOSTAS MAVROPANOS: 'A REALLY GOOD PERFORMANCE'
WATCH: PELLEGRINO MATARAZZO: 'NEGATIVE TALK MOTIVATES US'
BAYERN HELD - AGAIN!
Three straight draws for Bayern. That's the first time they've gone three league matches without a win for four years! Stuttgart were superb!
What a moment. Guirassy is caught late by de Ligt. After a short VAR review, he slams in the penalty - 2-2!
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Guirassy has the ball in the net, but again it's ruled out for a foul on Kimmich in the build-up. Stuttgart will not go done without a fight!
So close to an eqauliser as Guirassy digs out a shot from 18 yards. Neuer's beaten, but is saved by the woodwork.
Decision No penalty
Bayern are purring as Musiala sends Gnabry in on goal. He's one-on-one with Müller, who blocks with his foot.
Stanisic and Sane were already stripped and ready before Musiala's goal. Mazraoui and Tel make way.
Bayern restore their advantage as Musiala jinks away from his marker and arrows a superb strike into the bottom corner from the edge of the area.
THIS ONE COUNTS!
Führich levels for Stuttgart! Mavropanos gets the better of Davies and finds Führich, who thunders in a finish at Neuer's near post.
Bayern get lucky as a Guirassy tap-in is overturned following a VAR review. Führich is penalised for a pull on Kimmich in the box, before he squared to the Stuttgart striker.
Review Previous foul?
Decision No goal
Chris Führich, who scored against Schalke last week, replaces the anonymous Tiago Tomas.
BAYERN LEAD AT THE BREAK!
It hasn't been vintage Bayern, but Tel's record-breaking goal sends them in a goal to the good. Stuttgart are not out of this, though. Not by a long shot.
THE ROAD RUNNER
Alphonso Davies Serhou Guirassy
Fastest runner (km/h)
Alphonso Davies Silas Katompa Mvumpa
HISTORIC TEL GOAL!
Tel breaks the deadlock and, in doing so, becomes Bayern's youngest Bundesliga goalscorer. The 17-year-old sweeps home with the aid of a deflection, after fine work down the left by Davies.
Better play from Bayern now. They're milling around and moving the ball quickly as Musiala and Mazraoui combine to tee up Gnabry on the edge of the box. He strikes it first time, but sends his curling shot past the upright.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Bayern get the ball out wide to Mazraoui. Tel doesn't expect to receive the cross, but still forces a save from Müller. Gnabry swings a boot at the rebound, but Stuttgart's goalkeeper makes the block with his outstretched left foot. Will that spark Bayern into life?
Sosa uses his wand of a left foot to swing in a free kick. Anton goes up, but doesn't make a connection, and Neuer is able to gather with minimum fuss.
STUTTGART KEEPING BAYERN AT BAY
1 off target
0 on target
1 off target
0 on target
Davies is brought to ground 25 yards from goal. It's in a central position for Kimmich, who lands his effort on the roof of the net. Müller just about had it covered.
DE LIGT IN THE WAY
Upamecano heads a Sosa cross away from the danger zone, but only as far as Silas. He goes on the outside of his marker, before de Ligt makes a brilliantly timed sliding challenge in the area.
A Bayern attack breaks down inside the Stuttgart area. The white shirts try to break out and very nearly succeed. Silas outfoxes Davies with an outrageous Maradona turn, but his through ball has just too much on it for Guirassy.
Sosa catches Mazraoui on the back of his right ankle. It's late, and he'll have to watch his step now...
Traditional colours for Bayern and Stuttgart - red and white respectively. Will Bayern return to winning ways after back-to-back Bundesliga draws? Can Stuttgart upset the applecart, and pick up a first win of the season?
WATCH: TOP 5 GOALS BETWEEN BAYERN AND STUTTGART
PRAY TEL US
WATCH: STUTTGART'S CONVEYOR BELT
The returning Gnabry has had a direct hand in more goals against his boyhood club than any team he's faced in the Bundesliga (five goals and three assists). Last season, he was directly involved in six of Bayern's seven goals against VfB.
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MORE ON THOSE TEAMS
As promised, Nagelsmann rings the changes between Champions League games against Inter and Barcelona. Serge Gnabry, Jamal Musiala and 17-year-old Mathys Tel form the attack, with Sadio Mane and Leroy Sane benched, and Kingsley Coman injured. The fit-again Leon Goretzka gets a first start of the season in place of Marcel Sabitzer in midfield, ditto right-back Noussair Mazaraoui. Benjamin Pavard is among the substitutes. As for Stuttgatt, Atakan Karazor beefs up the midfield. Serhou Guirassy makes his first Bundesliga start, alongside recalled striker Tiago Tomas.
BAYERN STARTING XI
Neuer - Mazraoui, de Ligt, Upamecano, Davies - Kimmich, Goretzka - Gnabry, Müller, Musiala - Tel
Ulreich, Hernandez, Pavard, Stanisic, Gravenberch, Sabitzer, Sane, Choupo-Moting, Mane
STUTTGART STARTING XI
Müller - Mavropanos, Anton, Ito - Silas, Endo (c), Karazor, Ahamada, Sosa - Guirassy, Tomas
Bredlow, Aidonis, Stenzel, Egloff, Führich, Millot, Kastanaras, Perea
WELCOME TO THE ALLIANZ
SET YOUR REMINDERS
Kick-off gets underway at the Allianz Arena at 3.30pm CEST this afternoon, with team news dropping an hour before that so set your reminders now.
MATARAZZO CALLS FOR "UNITY"
BAYERN BOSS SPEAKS
We've mentioned below that Bayern drew their last two Bundesliga games. Here's what the boss of the Bavarian giants, Julian Nagelsmann, has had to say about his team's start to the season: "We scored several goals in the first few games. We also had more than enough chances against both Union and Gladbach."
LAST TIME OUT ...
STUTTGART'S HIGH HOPES
Julian Nagelsmann's side are two Bundesliga games without a win following tough draws against Borussia Mönchengladbach and Union Berlin. Could visiting VfB therefore gain a point, or more, at the Allianz Arena? Pellegrino Matarazzo's side earned a 2-2 draw in this fixture last term, lest we forget.
WELCOME ONE AND ALL !
You are all warmly welcome to what promises to be an intriguing Matchday 6 encounter between defending Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich and a Stuttgart side in search of their first top-flight win of the campaign.