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Saturday evening sees Eintracht Frankfurt entertain Bayern Munich in Bundesliga action, as the visitors look to get back into their groove on their travels.
Two away games without a win is hardly a catastrophic turn in form for Bayern, but failing to win at Bochum in the league, and Salzburg in the Champions League, were definitely surprise outcomes.
The home side head into this one after back-to-back defeats, and they failed to score in any of those games. They’re comfortably mid-table, though, sitting in 10th.
As expected, Frankfurt are outsiders for this one at around 13/2 with 888sport and also with other most popular betting sites. Bayern responded to going two games without a win by hitting four past Greuther Furth last weekend, and they’re short favourites to get another three points here.
Read on for the best football predictions for the game.
Prior to their shock defeat against Bochum, Bayern had won their previous four Bundesliga games, scoring 16 goals in the process.
They’ve had a few uncharacteristic performances this season, but generally they’ve bounced back well.
With that in mind, Eintracht Frankfurt could be in for a rough night. With Borussia Dortmund still in striking distance, the away side will be laser-focused on getting a statement win.
Frankfurt have failed to score in their last two home games, and with Bayern more than capable of getting a hatful on any given night, we’re predicting a convincing away win.
The selection is Bayern Munich -2 on the Handicap market at odds of 12/5 with Sportnation. Five of Bayern’s last six Bundesliga wins have come by three goals or more.
There might be a little glimmer of hope when it comes to Frankfurt challenging for a European football qualification spot, but they’ll have to start finding a bit more consistency in the final stretch of the season.
Getting any points against Bayern is notoriously tricky, but they’ve managed that on their last two attempts.
That said, they’ve lost their last three games at Deutsche Bank Park, and they’ve won just one of their last six Bundesliga matches.
Kristijan Jakic will be back for this game after missing the 1-0 defeat to FC Cologne through suspension. Sebastian Rode, Goncalo Paciencia, Diant Ramaj and Ragnar Ache are currently on the sidelines for the hosts due to injury.
After a 4-2 defeat against Bochum, it was generally expected that Bayern would take their frustrations out on Salzburg in the Champions League, but that didn’t transpire as they salvaged a 1-1 draw in Austria thanks to a 90th minute Kingsley Coman leveller.
It was more ‘business as usual’ in their following Bundesliga game against Greuther Furth. After being down 1-0 at half time, Bayern hit four second half goals to secure the three points. Robert Lewandowski netted twice, taking his goal tally for the season to 39 in all competitions.
The latest Bundesliga odds from trusted betting sites unsurprisingly have Bayern as very strong favourites to win their tenth-straight German top flight title. They’re best priced at 1/20, and they’re even 1/100 with some firms, but manager Julian Nagelsmann will know his side can’t afford too many more off-days, as it will open the door for Dortmund to have a title sniff, and BVB have a bit of momentum currently.
Bayern have several key absentees, including Corentin Tolisso, Kingsley Coman, Manuel Neuer, Alphonso Davies and Leon Goretzka.
Eintracht Frankfurt have won the last two meetings between the sides, which includes their earlier meeting this season. It was a 2-1 win at the Allianz Arena. Martin Hinteregger got the equaliser after Bayern went ahead, and then Filip Kostic produced an 83rd minute winner for Frankfurt’s first away league win against Bayern since 2000.
They have some catching up to do in the overall head-to-head department, though. In 104 meetings, Bayern have won 59, compared to Frankfurt’s 24 victories.
The Deutsche Bank Park opened in 1925 and holds up to 51,500 supporters, including 9,300 available standing positions.
It’s in the top ten when it comes to the largest football stadiums in Germany. Additionally, it has several quirks, including a retractable roof, and its own railway station in the sports complex nearby.
The hosts will still have some confidence left over from their win at Bayern earlier in the season, but Nagelsmann will be eager to get it right against Frankfurt this time and not allow title rivals Dortmund a chance to close the gap at the top.
Die Adler aren’t in bad form, but there’s the potential they’ll be on the end of one of those typical relentless Bayern displays, if the visitors are really fired up.