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Only weeks ago Bayer Leverkusen were seen as title contenders but after two defeats in two Bundesliga matches, Saturday's visit to champions Bayern Munich feels more like a battle for survival for coach Heiko Herrlich.With some of the Bundesliga's most talented players in his squad, including Germany internationals Jonathan Tah, Kai Havertz and Julian Brandt as well as Leon Bailey, Leverkusen fans had every right to have high expectations from Herrlich's team this season.But so far Leverkusen, fifth last season and level on points with third placed Hoffenheim, have failed to deliver.Bayern will be fresh after the international break, with coach Niko Kovac having a full squad to chose from, apart from long-term injured Kingsley Coman.
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