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After going through the group stage unbeaten and seeing off Real Betis in the last round, Eintracht Frankfurt now face their most difficult test yet against Barcelona.
The Bundesliga side were a cut above in Group D, winning three and picking up three draws to finish top, while they prevailed 3-2 on aggregate after extra-time against Betis, and remain unbeaten.
For Barcelona, they’ve had a difficult run since dropping down from the Champions League, but they’ve impressed having seen off Napoli and Galatasaray.
With their pedigree and experience at the highest level in Europe coupled with their turnaround in form in recent months, they’ll be confident in their ability to prevail.
Continue reading for our expert football betting tips for the clash.
Barcelona’s form prior to the international break was sensational, and it was capped off with a 4-0 win over rivals Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
That made it 12 unbeaten across all competitions, as Xavi has clearly got the Catalan giants back on track.
In their last six outings prior to this past weekend, they’d scored 16 goals and conceded just two, and so they’re looking a very dangerous side as we reach the business end of the season.
Back them to get the win, but for both teams to score as Frankfurt have a real threat of their own and need a result at home.
While they continue to languish in mid-table in the Bundesliga, Frankfurt have been excellent in Europe so far this year as noted above with their form in the group stage and subsequently in the knockout round.
Daichi Kamada has bagged four goals in eight games and so he’ll be key for them, while they have a strong overall side that will need to be at their best collectively to get something from this game.
That said, it could be a step too far against a top side like Barcelona in the form that they’re in, and so the odds are certainly stacked against the German side.
After a tricky start to life back at the club, Xavi has Barcelona flying again as a run of five wins in La Liga prior to the international break brought them right back into the mix for a top-four finish.
Combined with their wins over Napoli and Galatasaray, away from home against two sides with a lot of quality, there is every reason for their fans to be pleased with how things are developing now.
With Pierre Emerick Aubameyang making a crucial impact and his knowledge and experience from his time in Germany with Dortmund, they’ll be looking to him to make a key difference.
However, they have class all over the pitch and a good combination of youth and experience, which makes them the heavy favourites to go through.
There’s nothing to go on from their head-to-head record as this will be the first competitive meeting between the two clubs.
However, with the level of work that goes into analysing upcoming opponents now, they will undoubtedly be very familiar with one another and will identify any potential weaknesses that they can exploit.
There’s certainly enough material given their respective runs in Europe thus far, and so it promises to be a fascinating tactical battle too.
The Deutsche Bank Park, or otherwise known as the Waldstadion, holds just over 50,000 and is a top-class stadium both in terms of facilities and the atmosphere created within it.
Frankfurt haven’t been dominant at home in the Europa League so far this season though, with one win and three draws from the four games played on home soil.
In turn, that’s another factor in favour of Barcelona, as they’ll fancy their chances of taking advantage of that below-par record and become the first team to grab a win there.
With the form that they’re in and the quality that they possess in the side, it’s difficult to look past Barcelona in this one.
Frankfurt will give this everything as they know the task only gets more difficult if they have to go to the Camp Nou and get something, and so they’ll put pressure on Barcelona throughout.
However, that difference in quality should be noticeable and with the goal threat that the visitors possess, it’s hard to not see the Catalan giants finding the back of the net, even if the home side produce a top performance on the night.