Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart Prediction: Betting Preview for May 2022

The next four games in Bundesliga won't mean much to Bayern Munich since they've already secured their tenth title in a row, but other teams in the league are still fighting for different things.

One of those teams is Bayern's next opponent, Stuttgart. The Swabians are trying to survive the season and stay in the top flight of German football, but for that they need to do well in their final four games. So, the Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart duel can be a very interesting one and with that in mind, we have prepared a preview of the match and some betting predictions for you.

Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart Prediction

Our top Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart betting predictions and picks

As we already said, Bayern Munich can relax in the final matches of the season, including this one. But Stuttgart is on their way to Bundesliga 2 and they need points here to keep hope of survival alive.

Taking that into account, the Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart duel might be closer than we expect, so check our top prediction for this game:

Correct score: 3-0 @ 9/1 (10.00)

The odds were compiled from multiple betting sites.

The guests might need points, but they are unlikely to get them in Munich. Stuttgart lost the last five duels with Bayern and four of those five games ended with Bayern winning by three or more goals. So, we have to expect another convincing win for the Bavarians and 3-0 sounds reasonable enough.

Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart 1x2 Odds

We took the average odds for Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart from various betting sites:

Bayern Munich: 3/10 (1.30)

Draw: 29/5 (6.80)

Stuttgart: 9/1 (10.00)

Of course, the bookies view Bayern Munich as the absolute favourite in this game and that's not surprising at all, despite the fact that the Bavarians have already clinched the title.

Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart preview - Can Stuttgart get unlikely point boost?

The Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart duel can turn out to be an exciting one since the guests need points, but it's tough to ask for points against Bayern. In any case, let's take a closer look at both teams now:

Bayern Munich

For the first time in history, one of the teams in the top European leagues managed to win ten league titles in a row - and no one was surprised that it was the Bayern Munich. The Bavarians still have four games left to play in Bundesliga and while they might not have a strong motive to chase points, they won't let anyone off the hook, that's for sure.

Meanwhile, Bayern Munich will be without Bouna Sarr and Benjamin Pavard through injuries, while Davot Upamecano could miss another game due to personal reasons.


The former champions of Bundesliga have been moving up and down between the top flight and Bundesliga 2 in recent years and they seem to be on their way to another move down the line. At the moment, the Swabians are 16th in the standings, which is a place that would take they into the play-out against the third team from Bundesliga 2. Meanwhile, they are four points behind Hertha who is in the safe zone and two points ahead of Bielefeld, the first team to be relegated directly.

On top of this, Stuttgart also has significant squad problems, with Nikolas Nartey, Silas Katompa Mvumpa, Mohamed Sankoh, Clinton Mola, Naouirou Ahamada, and Pascal Stenzel all ruled out through injuries.