Hertha Berlin vs Eintracht Frankfurt Betting Tips and Prediction
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In their Saturday Bundesliga matchup against Hertha Berlin, Eintracht Frankfurt will try to put their UEFA Super Cup loss behind them.
Midweek, Die Adler lost to Los Blancos, and the hosts are attempting to bounce back from a Bundesliga opening-day defeat to Union Berlin.
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Hertha Berlin vs Eintracht Frankfurt Betting odds
Tips and Prediction
Hertha Berlin’s circumstances have not improved after being forced to defend their Bundesliga position through the playoffs in the 2021–22 season, as Sandro Schwarz’s team was defeated by Union Berlin a few months later.
Before Dodi Lukebakio scored a late consolation goal against their city rivals, Jordan Siebatcheu, Sheraldo Becker, and Robin Knoche all scored goals for the hosts. Hertha was also forced to leave the DFB-Pokal after losing to Eintracht Braunschweig on penalties.
The hosts’ chances of picking up any points in August are modest because Schwarz’s team will face Borussia Monchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund before the month is through, but there is one advantage to being at home.
In fact, Hertha Berlin scored in each of their home games during the 2021–22 Bundesliga season, albeit winning just six of them, and the visitors’ midweek trip to Helsinki did not turn out well.
The news that crucial wing-back Filip Kostic would miss the tournament owing to his impending transfer to Juventus dealt a setback to Frankfurt’s UEFA Super Cup preparations, as Oliver Glasner’s team was unable to overcome the odds in Helsinki.
Fresh off their 14th Champions League victory, Real Madrid scored through Karim Benzema and David Alaba to claim yet another European trophy, forcing Die Adler to return to base empty-handed.
The holders of the Europa League are in dire need of a boost after losing to Bayern Munich, the current Bundesliga champions, on the opening weekend, but there were some encouraging indications on display against Carlo Ancelotti’s team. Frankfurt travels to Berlin hoping to avoid going five Bundesliga games without a victory away from home, although their most recent road victory came at the expense of their forthcoming opponents, who had previously upset Glasner’s team with a victory at the Deutsche Bank Park in October.
Hertha Berlin should have a significant psychological advantage going into Saturday’s encounter against a Frankfurt team that has recently struggled on and off the field after winning the domestic double against Frankfurt and scoring in all of their home games.
This week, Glasner’s team will have to overcome exhaustion to succeed, but a rested Kolo Muani, who has already made a name for himself in the Bundesliga, can try to lead Die Adler to their first league victory of the new season.