Bayern Munich will be hoping to play themselves into form with another win as they look to get their Bundesliga title defence back on track after a shaky start to their domestic campaign.
The reigning champions visit Freiburg after a 6-1 demolition of Werder Bremen last time out that will give them confidence as they claw away at a six-point gap between them and league leaders RB Leipzig.
Bayern also qualified from their Champions League group with a 100% win record for the first time in their history and will face Chelsea in their first knockout game of the tournament.
Here, Sports Mole looks at how Bayern could line up for Wednesday's showdown.
Bayern interim boss Hansi Flick is still missing several key names at the back, but he has no fresh injury concerns and is likely to name a similar side to the one that blew Werder Bremen away last time out.
The Canadian's presence at full-back means that David Alaba will likely be pushed into a central role, while Jerome Boateng could be dropped after his spat with Joshua Kimmich, meaning that the latter could slot in at right-back and allow Benjamin Pavard to partner the Austrian at the heart of defence as was the case in the second half against Werder Bremen.body check tags ::