Lewandowski has scored eight goals in his last seven league games to reach 15 for the season.
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Strugglers Ingolstadt will take inspiration from the New England Patriot's stunning Super Bowl fightback when they host Bayern Munich Saturday with the Bundesliga leaders expecting a "grubby" Bavarian derby.Bayern can expect tough times at Ingolstadt's tiny Audi Sportpark, which holds 15,000, against the hard-working hosts – just like at bottom side Darmstadt in last December's scrappy 1-0 win after Xabi Alonso's goal.Arjen Robben says this is the "week of truth" for Bayern's European aspirations and Ingolstadt hope Bayern are distracted by the Arsenal clash.Bayern's Poland striker Robert Lewandowski has scored eight goals in his last seven league games to reach 15 for the season.
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