Jupp Heynckes and his Bayern team will hope Tolisso, who has been in good form for the German champions, won't miss to long with his ankle injury as the season winds down with Bayern still in the hunt for a treble - just like Heynckes' last season at the Allianz Arena in 2013.
ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI bagged a treble as Bayern's famous frontrunning threesome destroyed second-bottom Hamburg in the Bundesliga.
Bayern now sit first in the Bundesliga, leading second place Schalke by 20 points as they look set to add another Bundesliga title to their collection.
Hamburg, the only ever-present team in the Bundesliga's 55-year history, will have to pull off a great escape to keep their proud record intact.
"We wanted to play calmly and press early", he said. "I have only ever referred to our agreement from past year which is still valid", he said.
Hamburg held out for eight minutes before Gotoku Sakai's tackle on Arjen Robben succeeded only in sending the ball to the feet of Franck Ribery and the Frenchman rounded Christian Mathenia to open the scoring.
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Mats Hummels dragged an effort wide when he got on the end of Muller's cross as Bayern pressed for a fifth goal and it came in spectacular fashion in the 81st minute through Ribery.
Lewandowski missed from the penalty spot when Kyriakos Papadopoulos was adjudged to have handled but the striker netted a second spot kick to round off a result that restored Bayern's 20-point advantage at the top of the table.
Bayer Leverkusen moved up to third by beating Borussia Moenchengladbach 2-0 with goals from Lucas Alario and Julian Brandt.
Hoffenheim added to VfL Wolfsburg's problems with a 3-0 win which left their opponents in 15th place and ahead of Mainz only on goal difference.