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By ESPN Staff

Frankfurt hope Bayern are distracted by Cup

BERLIN, April 14 (Reuters) - Eintracht Frankfurt will hope Bayern Munich have an eye on Saturday's German Cup final when the two sides meet in the Bundesliga on Wednesday. Bayern, 10 points clear at the top with six matches left, put on a magnificent display in crushing Dortmund 5-0 in the Bundesliga on Sunday, in a dress rehearsal for the Cup final in Berlin. Scoring four goals in the first 22 minutes against Dortmund, Bayern seem to be getting better as they roll inexorably towards a 21st German championship. Bayern have four wins and a draw from their last five league matches and seem to have learned their lesson from their last league loss, a complacent effort that led to a shock 2-0 loss to lowly Energie Cottbus on March 15. 'It's been a long time since we've seen anything as beautiful as that first half hour against Dortmund,' said Bayern sporting director Uli Hoeness. 'You can fall in love with soccer watching goals scored like that. 'Every one was worth the price of admission on their own,' Hoeness said after Lukas Podolski, Ze Robert and Luca Toni (2) combined to put Bayern in front 4-0 in the first half hour. Frankfurt go into the game after two straight defeats that hurt their hopes of getting a top-six spot and a place in the UEFA Cup. Second-placed Werder Bremen and Schalke 04, in third, face tricky matches on Tuesday against two in-form clubs battling to avoid relegation. Bremen travel to 15th-placed Hansa Rostock, who won 2-1 at Karlsruhe on Saturday. Schalke, who sacked their coach Mirko Slomka on Sunday after losing 5-1 to Bremen on Saturday, host Energie Cottbus, who have won their last three matches to move out of the drop zone to 14th place. Also on Tuesday, slumping Hamburg SV will try to get their campaign for a top-three finish and a spot in next season's Champions League back on track when they travel to Hertha Berlin.