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 By Nick Miller

Atletico Madrid out to upset Bayern Munich again in UCL Group D

The ESPN FC crew discuss Bayern Munich's potential starting XI and the implications it could have in the Bundesliga and Champions League.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol presents a few of the Champions League groups to look out for in this year's competition.

Now that the Champions League draw has been completed, here's a preview for Group D. Who do you think will go through?

Predicted finish

1. Atletico Madrid
2. Bayern Munich
3. PSV Eindhoven
4. Rostov

Who will win Group D?

Bayern Munich

Bayern have now reached such a point where winning the Bundesliga is the bare minimum expected, and victory in the Champions League is now the primary aim for the Bavarian behemoths. While any debate over whether Pep Guardiola was a success or failure at Bayern, because he didn't...



 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich eye Champions League final after Group D draw

Take an in-depth look at the UCL draw and see how each of the teams will line up in this year's competition.

Bayern Munich have been drawn against Atletico Madrid, PSV Eindhoven and Rostov in the Champions League. Here's a look at their European campaign.

General overview

Bayern Munich have cruised into the Champions League semifinals five times on the spin and that has to be the minimum target for the 26-time German champions on their 20th outing in the competition. The luxury of riches at new coach Carlo Ancelotti's disposal has been further bolstered by expensive signings in the shape of Mats Hummels...

Season preview: Dortmund's chance to knock Bayern off Bundesliga perch

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein discusses Borussia Dortmund's chances to win the Bundesliga and how Carlo Ancelotti could affect those chances.

A spending spree of €110 million on eight new players. The capture of two German internationals from two Bundesliga rivals. A disciplined, tactics-obsessed coach who will soon attract plenty of interest from the Premier League. Hold on a minute: Have Borussia Dortmund turned into the new Bayern Munich?

BVB supporters and neutrals alike will hope that the 2016-17 will bring Thomas Tuchel's men and the four-in-a-row champions from Bavaria much closer together, even to the point of the table(s)...

 By Mark Lovell

Carlo Ancelotti names son as assistant manager at Bayern Munich

Carlo Ancelotti is keeping it in the family at Bayern Munich.

Bayern Munich are acknowledged as a family club and new coach Carlo Ancelotti is extending this tradition by employing his son, Davide, as co-trainer. Buckle up for the first father-son coaching duo in Bundesliga history.

Davide, 27, is a former AC Milan youth player. He failed to make the grade as a professional but enjoyed more success with his Sport Science studies, which later got him the gig as fitness coach at Real Madrid under his father's tutelage.

In the Spanish capital, Davide got on famously...

 By Chris Wright

Bayern Munich ace Arturo Vidal's touching tattoo tribute to son

Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal has added to his vast collection of body art by getting a special tattoo in tribute of his young son, Alonso.

Alonso has Type 1 Diabetes and his dad chose to have an image of the youngster's insulin pump inked on to his torso, located just west of an image of his champion racehorse.

Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Manuel Neuer autographs wiped by cleaner

The club hope that Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp will help them out.

A fifth-tier German club has lost the autographs of Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Manuel Neuer from a framed club emblem after they were wiped away by a cleaner.

SpVgg SV Weiden had the signatures on show in the VIP section at the club facilities in the Oberpfalz region in the south of Germany.

But Weiden club secretary Susanne Bohm revealed that a member of the cleaning crew had removed them overnight.

"I was as if struck by lightning," Bohm told local outlet onetz. "A cleaner must have thought...