The game will be broadcast live on radio on WDR 2 and Sport1.FM in Germany.
The game will also air MyGermanTV + and GolTV USA in the United States.
Live stream is available on Sky Go.
Wolfsburg are without Vieirinha (cruciate ligament rupture), while Jan Polak could return after being sidelined by an ankle injury for three months. Christian Trasch will miss the game due to his two-game suspension after being red-carded against Hoffenheim.
Save for Holger Badstuber (cruciate ligament rupture), Bayern’s star studded team is back to full strength, with forwards Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben returning to full training.
Bayern are looking to extend their unbeaten streak to 49, but 5th place Wolfsburg could prove a tough test. Before a shock 6-2 lost to Hoffenheim the previous week, Wolfsburg were on a 4 game winning streak in all competitions, and are pushing for a UEFA Champions League spot.
Wolfsburg’s players also adamant that they will be another Bayern victim.
“Why must we lose against Bayern Munich?” said striker Bas Dost.
“We are Wolfsburg, we are playing at home. Bayern are strong, but we have our own qualities too and we have proven that often enough.”
Dost’s defiance may not be just hot air. When the two sides last met in Sep. 2013, Bayern were only able to eke out a 1-0 victory, despite out-passing Wolfsburg (591 to 243) and having 69.7% of the possession.
Still, Pep Guardiola’s men are in an irrepressible scoring form (Bayern have put 4 goals past 4 of their last 5 opponents), and will at least prove hard to defend against.