By FOX Sports Staff
Bayern Munich ended last season on a high with an unprecedented treble after beating Dortmund in the Champions League final and they looked likely to continue their dominance this season after hiring former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola in addition to signing Mario Gotze and Thiago Alcantara to their star-studded squad.
Low believes that Bayern Munich will be favourites coming into the season and only Jurgen Klopp's Dortmund, who handed Bayern a 4-2 defeat in the DFB-Supercup a fortnight ago, are capable of going toe-to-toe with the defending Bundesliga champions.
"BVB are the only club strong enough to defy Bayern," Low told Bild am Sonntag.
Low also says despite the tag as heavy favourites, Guardiola will be more than capable of dealing with the club's expectations.
"He has clear ideas, a clear playing philosophy and he will bring that to Bayern," Low added.
"Guardiola will cope with the pressure. He was the coach of Barcelona and expectations do not get any higher than at that club."
Despite Dortmund and Bayern reaching the Champions League final, Low feels that it doesn't necessarily signal the dawn of Germany's dominance in football.
He added: "It would be naive to believe that German clubs are now the most dominant in Europe."