Bayer Leverkusen To Win German Bundesliga Title On Sunday, Here Is Why

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Bayer Leverkusen are on the brink of a new era of success, with their eyes set on their first Bundesliga title in decades.

Despite past near-misses and the nickname ‘Neverkusen’, the team under Xabi Alonso’s management are determined to rewrite their history and make a landmark in German football.

Their last silverware victory was in 1993 when they won the German Cup. Now, Leverkusen is about to break the yoke as they remain unbeaten in all three competitions this season, having progressed to the Europa League quarterfinals against West Ham United and reaching the German Cup final.

This content covers the various potential outcomes to keep in mind for Bundesliga matchday 29, with a focus on the reasons Bayer Leverkusen could secure the German Bundesliga Title on Sunday.

Below are reasons Bayer Leverkusen could be crown Bundesliga Champions on Sunday, April 14:

Bayer Leverkusen have broken numerous domestic records as they have surged 16 points clear at the top of the standings with just six matches left in the season.

Following Stuttgart’s victory over Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich’s shock defeat to Heidenheim, Leverkusen now have a commanding lead in the Bundesliga.

With a 1-0 win against Union Berlin last weekend, Xabi Alonso’s team are on the brink of being crowned champions without needing to play another match.

Therefore, a victory for Leverkusen in their upcoming match against Werder Bremen on Sunday could secure the title, regardless of Bayern Munich’s result against Cologne on Saturday. It would also put an end to Bayern’s 11-year dominance in the league.

If Leverkusen avoid defeat on Sunday, they will become the first Bundesliga team to complete a 29-game unbeaten league run.

Additionally, if Bayern Munich and Stuttgart both lose their matches, Leverkusen will be crowned champions after their game on Saturday evening.

However, if Bayern and/or Stuttgart win, Leverkusen can still clinch the title with a victory against Werder Bremen on Sunday.

If it happens that Bayern and/or Stuttgart ended up playing draw, Leverkusen only need a point on Sunday to secure their position.

It should be noted that while Leverkusen may clinch the title on Sunday, they won’t officially receive the trophy until the final matchday. Once they do become champions, they will be the 13th team to win the Bundesliga since its inception in 1963.

What’s next for Bayer Leverkusen?

Despite the long years of trophy drought, Bayer Leverkusen have consistently been a strong contender in the Bundesliga.

This season, they have been in exceptional form, with their attacking prowess and solid defense making them a force to be reckoned with.

Bayer Leverkusen will hope to hoist the Bundesliga title and break their long years of trophy drought when they face Werder Bremen at their home stadium, BayArena.

The match is scheduled to hold on Sunday, April 14 with kickoff set at 16:30 pm.

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