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Hertha Berlin will be taking on away team Stuttgart at Olympiastadion Berlin in the Bundesliga 1 fixture on Saturday.
Our full set of predictions, statistics and match poll for Hertha Berlin v Stuttgart can be seen below - as well as up-to-date odds.
Hertha Berlin won’t want a repeat of their last result here after the 4-3 Bundesliga 1 loss in their previous game against Bayern Munich.
In that match, Hertha Berlin had 34% possession and 10 shots on goal with 5 on target. For Hertha Berlin, goals were scored by Jhon Córdoba (59'), Matheus Cunha (71') and Jessie Ngankam (88'). For their opponents, Bayern München got 22 attempts on goal with 9 of them on target. Robert Lewandowski (40', 51', 85', 93') was the scorer for Bayern Munich.
Hertha Berlin haven’t had any problems with scoring, finding the back of the net every time they’ve gone out to play in their last 6 matches.
They’ve totted up the amount of 15 during that period and have conceded a total of 15. We shall soon see if that trend will be continued on here.
In their last fixture, Stuttgart drew 1-1 in the Bundesliga 1 tie with Bayer Leverkusen.
In that match, Stuttgart managed 47% possession and 12 attempts at goal with 3 on target. The only player on the scoresheet for Stuttgart was Saša Kalajdžić (76'). Bayer 04 Leverkusen had 16 shots on goal with 6 of them on target. Patrik Schick (7') scored for Bayer Leverkusen.
In their last six clashes, Stuttgart have bagged a total of 15 goals. Stuttgart have additionally got on the scoresheet on each one of those occasions. During those fixtures, they have seen 8 goals go against them.
Their past results show that Stuttgart:
- have not emerged victorious against Hertha Berlin when they've played them away from home in the last 4 matches in the league. Not good.
- have not been beaten in their last 2 league matches away from home.
Head to head
Checking out their prior head to head duels stretching back to 12/09/2015, neither club has come out on top overall with Hertha Berlin winning 3 of those games, Stuttgart 3 and 0 being draws after 90 minutes of play.
A total of 15 goals were yielded between them in these games, with 8 of them from Hertha and 7 netted by Stuttgart. The average goals per game has been 2.5.
Team News: Hertha Berlin
Jordan Torunarigha (Ruptured syndesmotic ligament), Mathew Leckie (Neck Injury) and Mattéo Guendouzi (Corona virus) won’t be available for Hertha BSC manager Bruno Labbadia.
Team News: Stuttgart
Stuttgart boss Pellegrino Matarazzo has to contend with a number of unavailable players. Darko Churlinov (Bruise), Borna Sosa (Back trouble), Philipp Förster (Fitness), Clinton Mola (Hip problems), Konstantinos Mavropanos (Torn Meniscus), Lilian Egloff (Ruptured syndesmotic ligament), Erik Thommy (Fitness), Roberto Massimo (Knee Problems), Waldemar Anton (Ligament Problems) and Maxime Awoudja (Achilles tendon rupture) are not able to play.
It’s looking like Stuttgart will have a difficult task to be putting goals past a Hertha Berlin side who have the capability to boss most aspects of this game if it turns out as we expect.
We can see a very comprehensive 3-0 victory for Hertha Berlin by the conclusion of the match.
🏟️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Olympiastadion Berlin (74,649)
Chairman: Werner Gegenbauer
Manager: Bruno Labbadia
Competitions: Bundesliga 1 position 13, DFB-Pokal (First Round)
⭐ Star Player: Matheus Cunha
Regularly taking to the field in the Striker position, Matheus Cunha was born in Brazil. After making a first senior appearance for FC Sion in the 2017 - 2018 season, the dangerous Forward has managed 2 league goals in the Bundesliga 1 2020 - 2021 campaign so far coming from a total of 3 appearances.