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Eintracht Frankfurt will be at Olympiastadion Berlin on Friday for the Bundesliga 1 showdown with home side Hertha Berlin.
Scroll down to see all of the predictions, poll and statistics for Hertha Berlin v Eintracht Frankfurt - as well as the best betting odds.
Hertha Berlin are hoping to win again following a 1-4 Bundesliga 1 triumph against Werder Bremen.
In that match, Hertha Berlin had 56% possession and 13 attempts on goal with 6 of them on target. For Hertha Berlin, the goals were scored by Peter Pekarík (42'), Dodi Lukébakio (45'), Matheus Cunha (62') and Jhon Córdoba (90'). For their opponents, SV Werder Bremen got 16 attempts on goal with 6 of them on target. Davie Selke (69') was the scorer for Werder Bremen.
Fixtures with Hertha Berlin have tended to be lively encounters recently with plenty of scoring anticipated. Over their past six clashes alone, the sum of 27 goals have been recorded for both sides combined (at an average of 4.5 goals per game) with 13 of these belonging to Hertha. That kind of pattern isn’t assured to be carried forward into this next game, though.
Going into this one, Hertha Berlin have left without a victory over Eintracht Frankfurt in their previous 3 matches in the league.
In their previous game, Eintracht Frankfurt drew 1-1 in the Bundesliga 1 tie with Arminia Bielefeld.
In that match, Eintracht Frankfurt managed 62% possession and 18 attempts on goal with 6 of them on target. The only player on the scoresheet for Eintracht Frankfurt was André Silva (62'). Arminia Bielefeld got 13 attempts at goal with 4 of them on target. Cebio Soukou (51') scored for Arminia Bielefeld.
Looking at their form, and Eintracht Frankfurt have been scored against in 6 of their last 6 matches, seeing opposing sides hit 7 goals in total. At the back, Eintracht have not been doing too well.
Going into this contest, Eintracht Frankfurt are undefeated in their previous 4 away league matches.
Head to head
Checking out their prior head to head duels stretching back to 03/12/2017, there has been little between the sides with Hertha Berlin winning 2 of those games, Eintracht Frankfurt 2 and 2 being drawn in normal time.
A sum of 16 goals were produced between them in these games, with 8 from Hertha and 8 belonging to Eintracht. That is an average goals per game value of 2.67.
The last league fixture featuring these clubs was Bundesliga 1 match day 31 on 13/06/2020 and the score finished Hertha Berlin 1-4 Eintracht Frankfurt.
On that occasion, Hertha Berlin had 38% possession and 5 attempts on goal with 4 of them on target. The scorer was Krzysztof Piątek (24').
At the other end, Eintracht Frankfurt got 18 shots on goal with 7 of them on target. Bas Dost (51'), André Silva (62', 86') and Evan Ndicka (68') scored.
The referee was Robert Hartmann.
Team News: Hertha Berlin
Hertha Berlin boss Bruno Labbadia doesn’t have any fitness concerns to speak of coming into this game with a fully injury-free group to choose from.
It seems likely that Hertha could make use of the 4-1-3-2 system for the game featuring Alexander Schwolow, Maximilian Mittelstädt, Dedryck Boyata, Jordan Torunarigha, Peter Pekarik, Niklas Stark, Vladimir Darida, Lucas Tousart, Matheus Cunha, Dodi Lukebakio and Jhon Cordoba.
Team News: Eintracht Frankfurt
Thanks to a largely healthy group of players, there is only a single fitness worry for the Eintracht Frankfurt gaffer Adi Hütter to be concerned about. Evan N'Dicka (Ligament Injury) misses out for this game.
It’s our belief that Eintracht will likely make use of a 3-5-2 lineup, settling for Kevin Trapp, Makoto Hasebe, Martin Hinteregger, David Abraham, Danny Vieira da Costa, Daichi Kamada, Dominik Kohr, Sebastian Rode, Filip Kostic, Andre Silva and Bas Dost.
Looking at these two teams, we feel that Eintracht Frankfurt will have to play well to find the net against this Hertha Berlin lineup who we think will likely get the vital goal that wins it.
We’re going for a very competitive encounter with a 1-0 winning score for Hertha Berlin when all is said and done.
Should be an interesting one.
⚽️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Olympiastadion Berlin (74,649)
Chairman: Werner Gegenbauer
Manager: Bruno Labbadia
Competitions: Bundesliga 1 position 2, DFB-Pokal (First Round)