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Eintracht Frankfurt vs Hamburger SV Betting Tips and Predictions

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      Eintracht Frankfurt vs Hamburg Predictions

      Eintracht Frankfurt have taken 7 points from the last 5 games but have slipped down in the bottom half of the table to 15th place with 2 losses in the last 2 games, just 1 point above the playoff relegation spot. However, Frankfurt haven’t lost against Hamburg in any of their previous 7 meetings (not since the 2010/2011 season when Frankfurt were relegated to the 2nd Bundesliga).

      Hamburger SV have suffered from inconsistency throughout the season and have picked up only 4 points from the last 5. They are, however, coming into this game off the back of a good 3-2 win at home to Borussia Mönchengladbach last Sunday which leaves them sitting in 11th place (their best position in the league at this point in the season since the 2012/13 season).


      Frankfurt have lost the last 2 games conceding 7 goals and Hamburg haven’t kept a clean sheet since late October last year. Striker Alexander Meier who joined Frankfurt from Hamburg way back in 2004 has scored 12 of Frankfurt’s 27 goals this season with 2 goals in the last 2 games. He’ll be looking to make that 3 in 3 against his former club and help Frankfurt move onto an 8 game unbeaten streak against Hamburg. Both Teams to Score seems very likely given the teams recent form with an Eintracht Frankfurt home win 2-1 at 8/1 extending their unbeaten run.


      All competitions, most recent first:

      Eintracht Frankfurt: LLDWWL

      Hamburger SV: WDLLLD


      The clash between the 2 teams earlier this season in Hamburg ended in an unspectacular 0-0. In the 2014/2015 season, however, Frankfurt took away all 6 points winning both games 2-1 and Hamburg haven’t beaten Frankfurt since the 2010/2011 Bundesliga season in which Frankfurt were relegated to the 2nd Bundesliga.


      In 67% of Frankfurt’s matches and 57% of Hamburgs matches both teams have scored with many of these being 4 and 5 goal thrillers.

      Team News

      Frankfurt: Regular starting midfielder Stefan Reinartz (Groin) and defender Bastian Oczipka (Suspended) are both out for Friday’s game.

      Hamburg: No notable injuries for Hamburg so they will be fielding their full strength team.

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