Arjen Robben has said Mario Goetze's imminent league debut for Bayern Munich can only be a good thing for the defending champions ahead of today's Bundesliga trip to Eintracht Frankfurt. Goetze, 21, came off the bench and scored twice for Bayern in Sunday's friendly win at Hungarian champions FC Gyor, his first appearance since tearing a hamstring while playing for previous club Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League semi-finals last season. It was our strength last season that we never lost our quality, even when players dropped out with injury. You have to trust yourself and not be afraid of the opposition Arjen Robben Having cost Bayern €37 million (HK$380 million), Goetze is another top name coach Pep Guardiola needs to accommodate in his star-studded midfield. Goetze is an option alongside Spain under-21 captain Thiago Alcantara in an attacking midfield role, flanked by France winger Franck Ribery and Germany's Thomas Mueller, leaving 29-year-old Dutchman Robben on the bench. Robben, who scored Bayern's winning goal in May's Champions League final against Dortmund, only returned to the starting line-up last season after injury to Toni Kroos, but he said competition for places is a healthy thing in the Bayern ranks. "It was our strength last season that we never lost our quality, even when players dropped out with injury," Robben said. "You have to trust yourself and not be afraid of the opposition. "And with a World Cup at the end of the season, even if you sit out the occasional game, it could turn out to be a positive thing." With 10 full international midfielders in the Bayern squad, Brazil's Luiz Gustavo is on the verge of a move to VfL Wolfsburg according to reports while Munich travel to a Frankfurt side who are licking their wounds. While Bayern kicked off the season with a 3-1 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach last Friday, Eintracht were hammered 6-1 at promoted Hertha Berlin. And they could be forgiven for feeling a sense of trepidation ahead of this weekend's game, given that Bayern have not lost in any of their last 19 away matches in the Bundesliga. Bayern's Spain star Javi Martinez will also be looking to maintain his remarkable Bundesliga record of having yet to lose a German league match after 25 wins and three draws. Borussia Dortmund host promoted Eintracht Braunschweig tomorrow with Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan out for two weeks with a back injury he aggravated during his country's 3-3 draw with Paraguay. Dortmund got off to a flying start last weekend when Gabon forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a hat-trick on his Bundesliga debut in the 4-0 win at Augsburg.