Bayern Munich looks to keep an iron-clad grip on the Bundesliga by winning an 11th straight title but Borussia Dortmund might have something to say about that.
The latest: Bayern are favourites but they don't currently hold the top spot in the Bundesliga. Those honours belong to Borussia Dortmund, who sit one point clear of their rivals through 29 games played.
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The favourite: Bayern Munich (-335)
Things weren't looking good for Bayern after drawing Hoffenheim and losing to Mainz 05 in Matchday's 28 and 29 but two straight wins in conjunction with a Dortmund draw have them back in the driver's seat.
Munich hold a one-point lead over Dortmund and will win the title yet again if they can just hold serve through the final three games.
Bayern hasn't faced much resistance during their 10-year Bundesliga reign of terror. They won last year's title with an eight-point gap over Borussia Dortmund, who have been runners-up five times during the past decade.
Dortmund came close to ending Bayern's run in the 2018-19 season when they finished two points back. But that was the only time in the past 10 campaigns when an opponent was within six points of the Bavarians after 34 games.
Bayern has a plus-46 goal differential through 31 games — that mark is well clear of Dortmund, who is the next closest team (plus-33).
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Best value: Borussia Dortmund (+200)
If any other team is going to win the Bundesliga it will be Dortmund.
BVB have finished runner-up to Bayern in the Bundesliga more than they'd care to admit but this season looks like their best chance to change that narrative.
Dortmund have picked up points in 15 of their 16 games (12-3-1) since returning from the international break in January. They've outscored opponents by 29 goals in that span and have only lost to — guess who — Bayern (4-2, away).
A costly draw to Bochum on Matchday 30 has taken Dortmund's control out of the title race, though.
The Black and Yellows have scored 73 goals this season with a plus-33 goal differential. Both of those marks are tied for second behind Bayern.
The fact that Dortmund were able to keep Jude Bellingham has been a key to their success. The English midfielder was the subject of many transfer rumours but opted to stay with BVB for the rest of the season. He is one of many young weapons that can take over a game.
Dortmund do not play Bayern for the remainder of the season, so they will need a slip up from their opponents to win the league.