- Bayern seal sixth consecutive title
- Sule own goal puts Augsburg ahead
- Tolisso, Rodriguez and Robben put Bayern ahead
- Lewandowski, Ribery, Muller and Thiago all on bench
It's all over.
Bayern Munich have won a sixth consecutive Bundesliga title. Their 28th German crown in total.
It's definitely all over now. Sandro Wagner heads home Bayern Munich's fourth goal.
Wolfsburg are 2-0 up at fellow strugglers Freiburg now - Daniel Didavi's second goal.
Arjen Robben (who will win his seventh Bundesliga title today) is replaced by Thomas Muller.
Here comes Franck Ribery, who is set to win his eighth Bundesliga title. Juan Bernat is the man to make way.
Borussia Monchengladbach are level against Hertha Berlin through Thorgan Hazard.
And Pablo de Blasis equalised for Mainz at Cologne. Both games are 1-1.
Almost a second for Arjen Robben as his low free-kick is turned away by home keeper Marwin Hitz.
Juventus have gone seven points clear at the top of Serie A - Douglas Costa adding to Paulo Dybala's hat-trick at Benevento.
Half-chance for Augsburg but Michael Gregoritsch can't turn a powerful cross home. Twenty minutes until Bayern are 2017-18 champions.
Bayern's first change - James Rodriguez is replaced by Javi Martinez. I wonder with his performance today - a goal and an assist - whether he has played his way into the team to face Sevilla on Wednesday.
Hand them the trophy now. James Rodriguez does well to keep the ball in play and cuts it back to veteran Arjen Robben, who smashes home a fierce low shot.
Not much to report really in Augsburg. Bayern Munich are dominating play but without creating any chances.
A Paulo Dybala hat-trick has put Juventus ahead against Serie A's bottom side.
Corner to Augsburg after good play from Sergio Cordova. But it comes to nothing.
Nice stat about Benevento's two-goal scorer today...
Second half under way. Can Augsburg match their performance of the opening 30 minutes or so?
John McEnerney: Bayern to win the treble - wouldn’t have thought that earlier in the season. Bringing Jupp back in was a masterstroke. Still surprised Carlo didn’t have them firing on all cylinders but it goes to show Bayern needed a BMW rather than an Alfa Romeo!
Cheick Diabate scores his second surprise equaliser of the game in Italy as Benevento are level against Juventus again.
That's five goals in five games since joining the club in January.
James Rodriguez has had a hand in 10 goals in his last seven Bundesliga matches - four goals and six assists.