Bayern Munich's Spanish coach Pep Guardiola reacts the UEFA Champions League round of 16 first leg football match between Juventus and Bayern Munich at the Juventus Stadium in Turin on February 23, 2016. AFP PHOTO / GIUSEPPE CACACE
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Bayern Munich could move closer to a historic fourth straight German league title if they win at nearest-rivals Borussia Dortmund in four days, but Pep Guardiola says, for now, it's all about Mainz Wednesday.Bayern hold an eight point lead in the table and victory at Dortmund Saturday would be a significant step becoming the first team to win four straight German league titles.Bayern want to secure the league title as soon as possible to allow them to focus on Europe.They set the Bundesliga record for the earliest title win two years ago by wrapping things up with seven games left at the end of March 2014, holding a 22-point gap over second-placed Dortmund at the time.
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