Germany: Bundesliga
FT
0 - 4
(0 - 1)
Bremen
FC Bayern
L. Sané (4), H. Kane (74), L. Sané (90), M. Tel (90)
By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Tuchel lists Gnabry and Mazraoui as questionable for Bremen, Müller once again fit

FC Bayern München head-coach Thomas Tuchel confirmed that Serge Gnabry and Noussair Mazraoui were questionable for tomorrow evening's Bundesliga opener against SV Werder Bremen at his Thursday presser. 

Thomas Müller, by contrast, should be ready to go. 
The most obvious change to the FC Bayern München XI from last week's Supercup loss will obviously be the insertion of star transfer Harry Kane into the starting XI. FCB trainer Thomas Tuchel found himself mostly answering questions about his new prize acquisition at his final pre-match presser on Thursday afternoon.

"The Harry Kane effect will not fizzle out," Tuchel, among other things, said on Thursday, "the Harry Kane effect works on so many levels; in the effect in the dressing room, in the effect on the pitch, in the effect of his personality, his professionalism, his matter-of-factness. How humble he trains and how diligently he prepares on the day after the game."

Tuchel did disclose some other personnel details during the media round. Supercup starter Serge Gnabry and right-back Noussair Mazraoui (who played the second half) are carrying knocks. Tuchel listed them both as questionable. Benjamin Pavard looks to be set for a 90-minute-shift at right back after, Tuchel also noted, Bouna Sarr was questionable as well.

In a spot of good news, Tuchel noted that Thomas Müller should be ready go after shaking off hip problems and training with the team normally over the last ten days. Tuchel did not disclose whether or not Müller was fit enough to start ahead of Jamal Musiala in the ten-slot.

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