Bayern Munich visit Werder Bremen on Tuesday knowing that a victory will seal an eighth consecutive Bundesliga title.

Hansi Flick’s team have been in imperious form since the resumption of play, reeling off six successive wins to open up a seven-point lead over Borussia Dortmund.

Bayern’s 1-0 victory in Dortmund at the end of May effectively ended the title battle and they will be confident of completing the job at the Weserstadion. Read on as we take a closer look at the game.

Buoyant Bayern on a roll

A four-way race for the title looked to be on the cards when the Bundesliga got back underway, but Bayern quickly set about dismissing that notion.

Their six-game winning streak has extended their unbeaten run to 17 games in the league and they are strongly fancied to add another to their tally against Bremen.

With the game being played behind closed doors, Bayern fans will be eager to access live streaming services like JokerLiveStream to follow the action.

Bayern have reeled off 21 successive victories against Bremen in all competitions and it would be a major surprise if their supporters aren’t celebrating another title success on Tuesday.

Bremen give themselves a lifeline

Bremen have given themselves a fighting chance of avoiding relegation after picking up 10 points from their last six matches.

They remain in the drop zone, but are now just three points behind Mainz with three games still to play this term.

Bremen travel to face Mainz on June 20 and a victory there would enhance their chances of escaping from trouble.

Their 5-1 win at bottom-of-the-table Paderborn on Saturday will have boosted confidence in the camp, but Bayern will undoubtedly provide a much stiffer test.

Bayern set to welcome big two back

Bayern recorded a 2-1 victory over Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday despite missing Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller through suspension.

The pair are expected to be restored to the starting line-up in Bremen, while Alphonso Davies could replace big money signing Lucas Hernandez at left-back.

Philippe Coutinho, Thiago and Niklas Sule all remain on the sidelines, but they are Bayern’s only injury concerns.

Milot Rashica is likely to continue in attack for Bremen, despite failing to get on the scoresheet since the 6-1 defeat against Bayern in the reverse fixture.

Goals on the cards as Bayern chase title

Having won seven successive titles, Bayern know what it takes to handle pressure situations and they are fancied to breeze past Bremen.

Fans watching the game via live streaming may well be treated to goals, particularly with Bremen needing to win to boost their survival hopes.

Lewandowski scored twice in the reverse fixture back in December and will be a popular pick to open the scoring on Tuesday.

A two or three goal winning margin for Bayern looks the most likely outcome to seal yet another Bundesliga title.