Bayern Munich will be looking to win their sixth Champions League title when they take on Paris Saint-Germain in the final on Sunday evening.

With the match being held at the Estadio da Luz, the Germans will feel confident of their chances of adding to their trophy haul already.

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Bayern in top form

The Bavarians have been in top form in the Champions League this season, having been able to dispatch a number of sides with ease as they have found the net an incredible 42 goals – setting a record in the process for the most goals in a single campaign.

A 7-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in the group stages of the competition has been followed up with a 7-1 win (over two legs) against Chelsea in the Round of 16 before they annihilated FC Barcelona in the quarter-finals 8-2 – which happened to be at the same stadium where they will be playing the final.

Bayern Munich have already had a taste of French competition this season in the tournament, as they had to overcome the challenge of Olympique de Lyonnais in the semi-finals.

There were moments where the Germans looked a little vulnerable at the back, as the Ligue 1 outfit had their chances but ultimately failed to make the most of them and were punished by the Bundesliga club’s potent attacking force.

Attack to be feared

Indeed, they are going to be as important as ever on Sunday, as Robert Lewandowski, Serge Gnabry and Thomas Muller will likely all be tasked with the role of trying to down the Parisians.

It would be wise for PSG not to forget about Ivan Perisic, as well, as the Croatian attacker has been in fine form in this year’s edition of the Champions League. When given the opportunity to play, the experienced veteran has taken his moments well as he netted against both Chelsea and Barcelona in previous rounds, whilst also being a provider for his team-mates.

Not much needs to be said about how dangerous Lewandowski can be for the Bavarians, as the Bayern man has led the goalscoring charts with an impressive 55 goals already. It would not be a surprise if he were to add to that tally in one of the biggest club matches to be played each season.

Of course, Hans-Dieter Flick also has a number of options available to him from the bench, with the likes of Philippe Coutinho available. The Brazilian’s future may be up in the air at the moment as no-one really knows where he will be playing his football next season, however he showed just what he is still capable of.

The South American tormented his parent club, FC Barcelona, with his 25-minute cameo against them in the quarter-finals as he bagged himself two goals in their epic rout.