After a 2-2 draw in Turin, the German and the Italian teams go head to head in Munich. Bayern are buoyed by their two away goals. Juve can look back on a successful fight back from two-nil down.
The Champions League returns on Tuesday, with Bayern Munich the only Bundesliga team left standing. But there's plenty of German interest, with four of the country's top central midfielders clashing in the next two days.
Joachim Löw watched on as German international Ilkay Gündogan inspired seemingly unstoppable Manchester City to a 4-0 win. In Turin, Sami Khedira had less luck as Tottenham fought back to draw with Juventus.
With his job on the line, Zinedine Zidane will be expecting Toni Kroos, Cristiano Ronaldo and co to deliver against Neymar and PSG. Meanwhile, there is a very German flavor to Liverpool's squad as the Reds head to Porto.
Bayern Munich and Schalke lock horns at the Allianz Arena on Saturday evening in the standout game of the weekend. Bayern face a team looking to make a statement of intent, but the champions are in irresistible form.
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