Eintracht Frankfurt and Fortuna Dusseldorf are set to face-off against each other at the Commerzbank-Arena, with the hosts looking to extend a 3-game winning streak in all competitions.
Although the Eagles failed to impress at the start of the Bundesliga campaign often struggling to keep continuity, they seem to be on the course of finding their last season form. A 67% of Eintracht’s home matches have ended with three or more goals, but they’ve only managed to clinch a victory once in three games they’ve played in front of the home crowd so far. Moreover, Die Adler are yet to keep a clean sheet at the Commerzbank-Arena, having conceded four goals while scoring six times in the process.
Meanwhile, the Flingeraner featured in three road games in the Bundesliga so far, having lost once while playing out two draws. Friedhelm Funkel’s time only kept a clean sheet once when playing away from the Esprit Arena, notching one goal, in a 1-1 draw with RB Leipzig on the second matchday. With just 14% of wins in the opening seven fixtures, the visitors are among the three worst-ranked teams in the German top flight. Additionally, in the previous three league encounters before the international break, Fortuna conceded at least two goals per match, losing all three times.
Adi Hutter won’t have Kevin Trapp, Carlos Salcedo, Timothy Chandler, Chico Geraldes, and Goncalo Paciencia at his disposal, as all are struggling with injuries. As for the visitors, Andre Hoffmann, Diego Contento, Oliver Fink, and Taylan Duman are ruled out by physical problems.
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