Having thumped Wolfsburg in the DFB Pokal in midweek, it is back to the business of thrashing opponents in the Bundesliga for Bayern Munich, when they travel to Eintracht Frankfurt on Friday.

Bayern Munich are a perfect 10 for 10 this season, and already seven points clear of second-placed Borussia Dortmund, who have been outstanding, but nowhere near good enough to keep pace with Pep Guardiola's men.

A trip to Frankfurt, where Eintracht have made a decent start to the season, with 12 points, is not expected to cause Bayern too many problems.

"I'm very pleased with our performances," Guardiola said. "We're playing at the top level. "[However], we have tiny, tiny details to improve.

"Perfection doesn't exist. We gave the ball away too easily in the second half [against Wolfsburg]. That's a big risk against the world's top teams.

"We've won all ten games – yet we're only seven points ahead. That shows how strong our opponents are. Believe me, no-one has ever clinched the championship title in October.

"We've been incredible so far, but in the second half of the season we'll play away to Leverkusen, Dortmund, Wolfsburg."

Eintracht Frankfurt are coming off a stunning defeat to third tier team Erzgebirge Aue in the German Cup, and Guardiola is wary of the bounce back effect come Friday.

"They're very, very consistent and strong at home," Guardiola added. "I'm expecting Frankfurt at their best, not a despondent team. After all, they're playing Bayern."

Eintracht Frankfurt manager Armin Veh did not sound too confident of coming away with anything from this match, however, playmaker Marc Stendera is hopeful of an upset, and with it becoming the first team to take any sort of points off Bayern in the Bundesliga this season.

"It's hard to stop Bayern but we have nothing to lose," Stendera was quoted as saying by Bayern's official website. "We should go out there looking to enjoy it, not think too much about it and just play our football.

"Bayern have perfect options in every area. That's the main reason they're so good. They have so many strengths you can barely count them."

Where to Watch Live

Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt is scheduled for an 8.30 pm local time (1 am IST, 7.30 pm GMT, 3.30 pm ET) start with live TV coverage in India on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports HD2. The Bundesliga match can also be watched via live streaming online on Starsports.com and Hotstar.

Audience in the UK can catch all the action live on BT Sport and Watch BT Sport, while the Bayern match can be watched live in the Middle East and North Africa on Bein Sports Arabia, with the live stream option on Bein Sports Connect.

Viewers in the US will be able to watch the Bayern game live on Fox Sports 2, while the action can also be live streamed on FoxSoccer2Go. Sportsnet is the place to be to watch the game live in Canada, with the online live streaming option on Watch Sportsnet.

Audience in Germany can watch Eintracht Frankfurt vs Bayern Munich live on Sky Bundesliga 1, while the live stream online option is on Sky Go Germany.