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Bayern Munich predicted lineup vs Wolfsburg - Bundesliga

Max Parsons
Bayern Munich lifted the Meisterschale in front of their own fans last time out
Bayern Munich lifted the Meisterschale in front of their own fans last time out / ATPImages/GettyImages

Bayern Munich conclude their season with a trip to Wolfsburg on Saturday afternoon.

Die Roten enter the final day in poor form, having let things slip since securing a tenth consecutive Bundesliga title with a 3-1 victory over Borussia Dortmund last month.

A 3-1 defeat to Mainz and a 2-2 draw with Stuttgart since that glorious day puts Die Rekordmeister in serious danger of seeing their season end with a whimper - that was probably the last thing on their minds while lifting the Meisterschale after their last winless outing, however.

A final day visit to Wolfsburg awaits them, against a side that now cannot achieve a top-half finish this term. Here's how the German champions could set up.

1. Bayern Munich predicted lineup vs Wolfsburg (4-2-3-1)

Julian Nagelsmann
Julian Naglesmann will hope for a better second season at the helm, despite achieving Bundesliga glory in his maiden campaign / Markus Gilliar/GettyImages

GK: Manuel Neuer - Will inevitably skipper the German giants to end what has been yet another superb individual campaign.

RB: Benjamin Pavard -
Josip Stansic is in with a shout to end his encouraging breakthrough season with a start, but Pavard will likely feature from the off here.

CB: Nikals Sule - Probably won't see his relatives take to Instagram if he's not given a farewell start for Bayern, but deserves one nonetheless.

CB: Lucas Hernandez -
Likely to field a strong XI to end the campaign on a high, Hernandez could partner the big German at the heart of defence.

LB: Alphonso Davies -
Has started the previous four since getting back to full fitness, and it's wonderful to see.

CM: Joshua Kimmich -
No chance of this man wanting to take it easy; Kimmich has been consistently sensational as the side's pivot, boasting three goals and 11 assists with one Bundesliga fixture remaining.

CM: Leon Goretzka -
The machine-like dynamo should be set for just a 19th league appearance in what has been an injury-hit campaign.

AM: Thomas Muller -
Has once again been central to Bayern's season, entering the final day with a decent 20 league assists to his name.

Serge Gnabry - Cemented his name in the 'world's best wingers' conversation this term, and will surely start once more for Die Roten.

Robert Lewandowski - Only the 34 Bundesliga strikes for the goal-hungry Pole - needs one more for 50 across all competitions, though.

LW: Leroy Sane -
If he's recovered from the illness that kept him out of his side's last outing, the German will certainly deputise for the suspended Kingsley Coman.