MD25 – Bayern go top, nine to go

Dortmund have led for most of the season, but with the end in sight, Bayern Munich are now on top. They beat Wolfsburg 6-0 on matchday 25, whilst Dortmund triumph 2-1 against Stuttgart. Schalke lose their fifth in the last six against Bremen, whilst Frankfurt and Leverkusen are both victorious. Such are Schalke’s troubles, we concentrate on Die Königsblauen in our In Depth section.

MD24 – All square at the top!

As ever, it was an action packed Bundesliga weekend, with over 30 goals scored across all matches for the ninth matchday this season. Borussia Dortmund lose 2-1 to Augsburg on Friday, and Bayern take advantage by winning 5-1 at Borussia Mönchengladbach. The gap is now just two goals. Schalke lost 4-0 at home to Fortuna Düsseldorf to lie just four points above the relegation play-off zone. After discussing all of the action, we talk about the career of Friedhelm Funkel, Düsseldorf’s manager, in our In Depth section.

MD23 – Battle for the European places continues

It was an important week in the European battle, with six of the top eight facing each other. Wolfsburg and Frankfurt record 3-0 victories to jump to fifth and sixth, whilst Leipzig and Hoffenheim play out a 1-1 draw. BVB and Bayern Munich both win to keep the gap at the very top at three points.

MD22 – Crisis in Dortmund? The gap goes down to three

After draws against Frankfurt and Hoffenheim, Dortmund were in need of a victory against Nürnberg. However, they are only able draw 0-0 against a side that has now gone 16 games without a victory. Bayern win 3-2 against Augsburg to reduce the gap to three points, while Leverkusen, Hoffenheim, Wolfsburg and Leipzig all win in the battle for Europe. After all of the usual matchday action, we look back at the life and times of Bundesliga legend Rudi Assauer, who passed away on 6th February aged 74.

MD21 – Dortmund blow 3-0 lead as the title race twists again

Will Lucien Favre and co be their collapse against Hoffenheim come the end of the season? That may very well be possible. At 3-0 with 15 minutes left, things looked rosy. But Nagelsmann’s men stage an unlikely comeback to come away with a point. Bayern take advantage with a 3-1 over Schalke, whilst Hannover prevail against Nürnberg in a relegation six-pointer. In our In Depth section, we speak to Josh Sexton of the Anfield Wrap about the upcoming Champions League ties between the English and German outfits.

MD20 – Bayern blink first in Bundesliga title race

With just 14 games left, Dortmund steal an extra march on Bayern. BVB draw 1-1 at Frankfurt as Bayern succumb 3-1 to Bayer Leverkusen. The gap now stands at seven points. Thomas Doll’s reign as Hannover manager begins with a 3-0 loss at Leipzig, while Augsburg win for the first time in 11 outings.

MD19 – The Holocaust remembered as Bundesliga status quo remains

Plenty of goals, but no upsets as most of the games go to form this weekend. BVB and Bayern Munich continue to tussle for the title, with Borussia Mönchengladbach and RB Leipzig also victorious. Nürnberg, Hannover, Stuttgart and Augsburg all lose as the situation at the bottom remains the same. We discuss all of the action, as ever, before moving on to our In Depth section. With an increase of United States players plying their trade in the Bundesliga, and the record transfer of Christian Pulisic this January, we decided to look at what brings so many footballers from across the pond to Germany.

MD18 – Dortmund stay calm under Bayern pressure as the Bundesliga returns!

We waited 26 days for it, but the Bundesliga has finally returned! In this first matchday of the Ruckrunde, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich both win as they continue to battle for the title. There are also victories for Borussia Mönchengladbach and Eintrach Frankfurt, with Fortuna Düsseldorf recording their fourth straight win. At the bottom, Augsburg, Stuttgart, Hannover and Nürnberg all lose as the race for survial remains wide open.

2018 – 2019 Hinrunde: The Review (Pt.2)

In this second part of our two episode review, we look at the sides at the top of the division. We discuss the star performers (look out for Richard’s Jadon Sancho monologue) and see how the top nine have done so far. We also cast an eye on to the last 17 games of the year. Where will each team finish? Who will come out on top? We answer all of those burning questions, and much more.

2018 – 2019 Hinrunde: The Review (Pt.1)

It’s not long before the second half of the season kicks off, so it’s the perfect time to look back at the campaign so far! We kick off our two-part review show by looking at the bottom nine sides in the table and how they have performed so far, whilst also casting an eye on what awaits them in the Ruckrunde.