Werder Bremen vs Eintracht Frankfurt : Match preview, Team News, lineups, H2H & Match Stats
It another mid week of football where will see 12th place Frankfurt travel to meet the 17th place Werder Bremen. Both teams are both in good form and they will be looking to continue with it.
Werder Bremen are playing very well since the return of the league. they had seven points in three matches without conceding a goal.
Werder Bremen didn’t have the same approach in the first part of the season, once they played open and tried to wins games with scoring one goal more than the rivals.
Werder hasn’t won at home in a long time, and in the previous four games, they couldn’t score in three. The pressure on them is great to make a different.
Frankfurt also found something extra in recent games, ending a four-game losing streak with four points from two outings seems the restart of the league.
Like their hosts, their upturn in results have come against teams above them in the table, with a 3-3 draw versus Freiburg being followed by a 2-1 triumph away at Europa-League-chasing Wolfsburg.
Frankfurt sit five points clear of 16th spot, which would see them involved in a relegation playoff, and a further two ahead of their opponents on Wednesday night.
Goncalo Paciencia remain sidelined through injury and with his first XI from the weekend having came through 77 minutes apiece,
Bremen boss Kohfeldt would also prefer to keep changes to a minimum, he has concerns over Leonardo Bittencourt and Milot Rashica.
Bittencourt was forced off at half time against Schalke 04, with Rashica being replaced by Davie Selke before the hour mark after sustaining a knock.
Frankfurt will be without Lucas Torro, who picked up two yellow cards in added-on time against Wolfsburg.
Werder Bremen starting lineup:
Pavlenka; Selassie, Langkamp, Moisander, Friedl; Eggestein, Vogt, Klaassen; Bittencourt; Sargent, Rashica
Eintracht Frankfurt possible starting lineup:
Trapp; Abraham, Hasebe, Hinteregger; Chandler, Kohr, Rode, Kostic; Gacinovic; Silva, Kamada
- Victory in Wolfsburg was only Eintracht’s third on the road this season, and they remain the division’s worst team on the road.
- Only Mainz have conceded more goals than Bremen in 2019/20 (61 compared to 60), though the Green-Whites have recorded three successive clean sheets for the first time this term.
- Rashica has struck twice in as many league games in Frankfurt, but is currently 13 matches without a Bundesliga goal.
Werder Bremen Bundesliga form: LDLWDW
Eintracht Frankfurt Bundesliga form: LLLLDW
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