The fourth match day of the German Bundesliga will begin with a clash between SC Freiburg and VfL Bochum at 12 AM on August 26.
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Defending champion, Bayern Munich will continue on its quest for its 11th consecutive title with a match up against Borussia Monchengladbach on August 27. Monchengladbach has been a rare stumbling block for the Munich side, with seven wins in the last five years.
Last season, Monchengladbach went unbeaten against the record champion and also clinched a memorable 5-0 victory in the DFB Pokal. Bayern, though, has begun the season impeccably, with three wins out of three, including a 7-0 thumping of Vfl Brochum in the last game. New signing, Sadio Mane has filled into the void left by Robert Lewandowski as club’s talisman.
Meanwhile, Bayern’s traditional rival, Borussia Dortmund will be away at Hertha Berlin. Dortmund will be looking to bounce back after a moral-sapping defeat against Werder Bremen. The Edin Terzic-managed side conceded three late goals to give away an easy win.
BUNDESLIGA – ROUND 4
Friday, 26 August
SC Freiburg v VfL Bochum 12:00 AM
Saturday, 27 August
Hertha Berlin v Borussia Dortmund 7:00 PM
Mainz v Bayer Leverkusen 7:00 PM
RB Leipzig v VfL Wolfsburg 7:00 PM
Schalke 04 v FC Union Berlin 7:00 PM
TSG Hoffenheim v FC Augsburg 7:00 PM
Bayern Munich v Borussia Monchengladbach 10:00 PM
Sunday, 28 August
FC Cologne v VfB Stuttgart 7:00 PM
Werder Bremen v Eintracht Frankfurt 9:00 PM
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Where can you watch the Bundesliga matches?
All Bundesliga matches will be telecast live on Sony Sports Network channels in India and be streamed on the SonyLIV app.