Eintracht Frankfurt hosts Bayer Leverkusen in round 14 of the German Bundesliga. The match will be played on Saturday, January 2nd at Deutsche Bank Park (Frankfurt).
After the excellent season before last year, a new team is gradually being formed in Frankfurt. Adi Hütter, a talented Austrian specialist with a good record of accomplishment, continues to work with the team. Eintracht Frankfurt occupies a position in the middle of the standings with a good chance of getting a ticket to European Cups. To do this, the club needs to slightly improve its game performance and not lose to direct competitors. Frankfurt has always known how to find an inexpensive enhancement in the transfer market. This season, the management has signed contracts with André Silva and Zuber and loaned Younes and Schubert. The backbone of the team consists of its old-timers like Trapp, Kostić, Hinterregger, N'Dicka, Kamada, Rode, and Hasebe.
Many sent Bayer Leverkusen to the middle peasants because of Havertz’s departure to Chelsea. The attacking midfielder played a leading role in the team last season. However, Peter Bosz managed to optimize the lineup and game characteristics of his players in a short time. Modern Bayer occupies the second place in the standings, lagging only behind Bayern Munich (two points). The team stands out for the reliability of the defense, which has become its main engine of progress in the Bundesliga. In the current championship, such footballers as Bailey, Alario, Amiri, Schick, Hradecky, and Tapsoba are in good shape. The coaching staff is completely immersed in working with the available players, among whom there are enough young talents with great prospects for the future (Diaby, Wirtz, Tapsoba, Palacios, and Paulinho).
In this pair of opponents, we see the clear advantage of the host side (in the 11 last matches, the hosts of the arena gained victory nine times). Frankfurt, which is in good shape, will be a host in the upcoming game. However, Bayer is ready to break traditions and beat the middle peasants of the Bundesliga. Peter Bosz's charges will hold the initiative and create many dangerous attempts. At the same time, the hosts are unlikely to sit back on heels, so we will probably see spectacular football and an abundance of goals scored.
Bet Type: Total Goals
Selection: Over 2.5
Best Odds: 1.53 at
Stake: 2% bankroll (40 Units)
Date/Time: 02-Jan-2021 15:30 CET
Event Result: 2:1(1:1)
Profit: +21.20 Units