02 February 2019
The Bundesliga top goalscorer, Luka Jovic, is expected to lead Eintracht Frankfurt in the heavyweight clash with the best German team at the moment, Borussia Dortmund, that is arranged to take place at the Commerzbank-Arena this weekend.
Currently sitting in the fifth place with a three-point deficit to fourth-placed RB Leipzig, the hosts need a positive outcome in this encounter to keep their chances of reaching the Champions League promotion alive. The Eagles have won just one of their last four Bundesliga outings (W1, D2, L1), which is the main reason they have tumbled down the table. On the other hand, the hosts have secured eight wins in the previous ten races across all competitions (W8, D2), bagging over 1.5 goals per match in every triumph in the sequence. However, Eintracht Frankfurt have failed to keep clean sheet in the last eight competitive games, allowing over 1.5 goals per game four times though. Goals have been flowing in Eintracht’s last five league meetings, with all of them producing over 2.5 goals, while Adi Hutter’s men scoring over 1.5 goals per match four times in the process.
The visitors top the table with a six-point lead over Bayern Munich, as they’ve entered this meeting with a three-game Bundesliga winning run during which they’ve scored eight goals while conceded just two in the process. Only one team has collected more points away from home than BVB (20) this term, with Lucien Favre’s men clinching six wins in their last seven Bundesliga road clashes. Dortmund’s firm defense has conceded just seven goals on nine Bundesliga road trips this campaign, allowing over 1.5 goals per match barely once in the process. Furthermore, the Yellow and Black’s tally of 50 goals scored after the opening 19 Bundesliga fixtures is a league high although they’ve managed to notch over 1.5 goals per match away from home on just five occasions so far.
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