Bundesliga – Stuttgart to face Eintracht Frankfurt on Match-day 7
Stuttgart, currently struggling in fourteenth place, will face the challenge of a visiting, eleventh placed Frankfurt.
Stuttgart arrive at this match, having secured five points so far this season
Stuttgart dropped points against Bayern Munich, only managing a 2-2 draw, having previously drawn 1-1 to Schalke, so the team will want to win this game to move their season forward.
Also, Stuttgart have developed a habit of drawing football matches this season, which is reflected by their position in the table. With five points (0W, 1L and 5D), they are established in fourteenth position in the League having drawn five games and lost one game.
Stuttgart have drawn two matches and lost one game of their three League matches at home this season.
A victory for Stuttgart would put them on 8 points.
Stuttgart are likely to be missing five of their key players when they start Saturday’s game, due to injury and illness.
It’s eight points so far for Eintracht Frankfurt this season, going into this game
Frankfurt will have doubtless licked their wounds, following their recent defeat to Wolfsburg at Commerzbank Arena. Oliver Glasner’s men will hope that is enough to deliver a positive result in this match.
Also, Frankfurt keep finding ways to win, having secured two victories in their last three games is astonishing this season. They currently stand eleventh in the League, with eight points for a total of 2 wins, 2 losses and 2 draws having won two meetings, drawn two fixtures, and lost two meetings.
Frankfurt have won one game and drawn one game of their two League matches away from home this season.
Eintracht Frankfurt will see 11 points so far this season, should they secure a win.
Good Attacking Performance
Frankfurt have a good scoring record this season, with 11 netted so far (10 from open play and one penalty). This is largely down to the efforts of their stand-out attackers – Daichi Kamada (3), Randal Kolo Muani (2), and Djibril Sow (1). Frankfurt’s defensive record in the Bundesliga has so far been very weak, with 12 goals conceded in their last games. This is an issue that Oliver Glasner urgently needs to address within the dressing room.
Going into Saturday’s game, Oliver Glasner without four of his players, due to illness or injury.
Stuttgart v Eintracht Frankfurt – Head-to-Head.
Regarding their historical duels this is a fixture that hastended to favour the local team when it comes to wins.Stuttgart have recorded 20 victories and 12 draws. In addition, the two sides have been unable to break the dead-lock on five occasions out of the last nine fixtures, resulting in draws. February 2022 was the most recent time these two clashed in this competition and Eintracht Frankfurt took all three points winning 2-3 away.