Held to a draw at home by Ajax. Kingsley Coman, Rafinha and Corentin Tolisso remain out injured. Rafinha also expected to miss out. Mats Hummels fit
Bayern's dip in form extended to three games as they failed to win once again despite having grabbed an early lead only to be held to a 1-1 draw by Ajax in their Champions League clash.
Bayern have not been at their dominant best in their last couple of games and have already surrendered their top spot in the Bundesliga table after picking up a solitary point from two games, with failure to put their chances away proving to be costly for the defending champions.
Next up is a game at home to Borussia Monchengladbach and coach Niko Kovac will have Hummels available after the defender overcame a header injury sustained against Ajax
There are no other injury concerns with Rafinha, Coman and Tolisso all long term absentees and will not be available for Saturday
Have not been at their best playing hosts to Gladbach in recent seasons, winning just three times and losing two of the last seven meetings at the Allianz Arena.