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With just one more victory against Augsburg, Bayer Leverkusen could secure a remarkable 90 points from 34 games, positioning themselves for an unbeaten Bundesliga season. Led by Xabi Alonso, Leverkusen is on the verge of etching their name into football history, potentially becoming the first Bundesliga team to achieve such a feat. Even the formidable Bayern Munich sides have not managed this accomplishment.

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Under Alonso’s guidance, Leverkusen has maintained an undefeated streak across all competitions, setting a European record with an impressive 50 consecutive games without a loss. This remarkable run includes advancing to the German Cup and Europa League finals next week.

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The anticipation is palpable among Leverkusen’s players, with striker Patrik Schick likening the upcoming match against Augsburg to a final, while captain Lukas Hradecky speaks of the team having “immortality” within reach. Regardless of the outcome, Leverkusen will lift the Bundesliga shield on Saturday, with Hradecky humorously referencing a past mishap to ensure it’s held right side up.

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Meanwhile, in Berlin, Union Berlin faces a pivotal battle against Freiburg as they strive to avoid relegation. Despite a promising start that saw them play Real Madrid in the Champions League earlier in the season, Union has faced a challenging journey, currently sitting in 16th place.

For Union, securing at least a point against Freiburg is crucial to evade automatic relegation. However, even with a draw, they would still confront a playoff against Fortuna Düsseldorf, the third-place finisher in the second division.

Freiburg’s coach Christian Streich, concluding his 14-year tenure at the club, emphasizes his team’s determination to “play to win” against Union, adding another layer of intensity to the already high-stakes encounter.

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