Munich - In-form Borussia Mönchengladbach are bidding to become only the second side all season to beat FC Bayern München in the Bundesliga, and the first to succeed in enemy territory, when they head to the Bavarian capital full of confidence this Sunday (kick-off 17:30 CET/16:30 GMT).

Lucien Favre's Foals have hit form just at the right time to make this fixture one reminiscent of the 1970s, when these two clubs were the coolest on the continent. is on hand to ensure you're privy to all the pre-match rumblings from both camps.

Bayern may have a sizeable advantage at the top, but as the Bundesliga enters the final straight, they still need to be wary of a VfL Wolfsburg side refusing to give up the chase. The Wolves will be hoping for a favour from Gladbach, but the real reason the Foals want the points is to boost their own Champions League qualification hopes.

(r.) is set to return to the starting XI after injury in a bid to keep up his hopes of winning the Torjägerkanone this season. could also come back into the starting XI after completing his recovery from a fractured ankle, although is likely to be fed back in via the bench.

Favre has a fully-fit squad to choose from and, now bereft of their UEFA Europa League duties, the Swiss coach has had a full week to prepare for this game. A slight modification of his attack-minded 4-2-3-1 staple may be under consideration, though with (l.) at the heart of the midfield.

Define 's (r.) position and you may run into some difficulty. Following in the footsteps of Philipp Lahm - almost literally - the Austrian has been deployed to equally deadly effect at centre-back, full-back, in defensive midfield or a more advanced position, while his free-kicks are proving to be an extra weapon in Bayern's armoury.

(l.) was the talk of the Bundesliga after Matchday 25, and deservedly so. The German winger has made a major contribution to Gladbach's push for a top-four finish in recent weeks with a glut of goals – half of his side's ten in 2015 – and assists to boot, making him one of the first names on the team sheet.

Pep Guardiola: "Gladbach are a good team. They've got a great defence and they also go deep, with Patrick Herrmann or . It's a very important game for us right now. 11 points is a good advantage, but we still have to go to Dortmund and Leverkusen."

Lucien Favre: "Bayern are pretty close to perfection, but every team have their weaknesses. Former Manchester United FC player Paul Scholes said in an interview that Bayern would have a 15-point advantage at the top even in England. We're going to have to focus, think quick and play quick. We prepare every game to win it."

With only four goals conceded in 2015, Gladbach have the meanest defence, which might explain why they, after Bayern and Wolfsburg, are one of the Bundesliga's form teams at present. However, nobody can really match the Bavarians' and on Sunday, Guardiola could preside over his 50th Bundesliga victory – in only his 60th game.

In the 1970s, this was the fixture football fans the world over would watch out for, as the two juggernauts shared an intense rivalry, pushing each other to success after success, at home and abroad. Bayern have pulled away, but Gladbach have proven a thorn in their side in recent years with a win in Munich in 2011 and a draw in 2012.

Possible line-ups:

Bayern: Neuer - Rafinha, Boateng, Badstuber, Alaba - Xabi Alonso, Schweinsteiger - Robben, Müller, Götze - Lewandowski

Gladbach: Sommer - Jantschke, Stranzl, Alvaro Dominguez, Wendt - Kramer, Xhaka - Herrmann, Hahn - Raffael - Kruse

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