Eintracht will go up against Hoffenheim on Saturday for a 1. Bundesliga meeting. Hoffenheim rank as number 5 in the table on 20 points after 13 matches. With 13 rounds behind them, Eintracht have amassed 18 points and sit 12 in the 1. Bundesliga.
Although entering the match as outsiders, Eintracht will be keen on keeping their recent momentum as unbeaten in the 1. Bundesliga going. While in for a tough assignment at PreZero Arena, current form offers hope for the visitors of coming away with a point.
Hoffenheim step into their next home match on Saturday having scored a tolerable average of 1.9 goals in 10 matches. They managed a total of 19 goals, while also allowing 15 goals against. That is an average of 1.5 goals against per match. They were able to hang on to a clean sheet 4 times in those matches.
Eintracht are currently performing rather modestly, when it comes to goal-scoring. The visitors this coming Saturday managed a bearable 13 goals in the past 10 outings. That is an average of 1.3 goals a game, in which their opponents scored a total of 11 goals. They claimed 1 clean sheets as they averaged 1.1 against per match.
Stats and facts for Hoffenheim and Eintracht.
- Hoffenheim has won the last 4 matches in a row at home;
- Hoffenheim has won in the last 4 of 5 matches at home;
- Total goals was UNDER 3.5 in Hoffenheim's last 3 of 5 matches;
- Hoffenheim scored in the last 6 of 8 matches.
- Eintracht has won the last 3 matches in a row;
- Eintracht unbeaten the last 4 matches in a row;
- Eintracht scored in the last 16 of 18 matches;
- Eintracht conceded in the last 15 of 17 matches.
Current form — Hoffenheim v. Eintracht
Hoffenheim on a roll
Hoffenheim look to build on their current momentum with another positive result. Hoffenheim look back on their last 3 matches with 6 points to show from their efforts. Against Bochum, they were left empty-handed in a 2-0 defeat, but they avenged themselves by beating RB Leipzig in a 2-0 win. They followed that up with a 6-3 win against Greuther Fuerth in their most recent outing.
Eintracht continue to sparkle
Eintracht look to have found a rich vein of form right now with yet another win last week. Eintracht look in good shape before their upcoming match as they seek to remain unbeaten. In their last 3 matches they first beat Freiburg by 0-2, before drawing 2-2 with Royal Antwerp. They were back as winners last time out, when they took out Union Berlin by a 2-1 scoreline.
Hoffenheim have put stronger performances on display in recent games and with the advantage of familiar surroundings, we call a home win here. The bookmakers currently settle the price for a home win at 1.95. Should your betting strategy prefer the long shot, the odds for an away win are 3.50. Adding a draw to the accumulator will get you odds 3.80.
Hoffenheim v. Eintracht — fixture history
The last time the two teams faced off against each other, Eintracht came away as 1-3 winners. In was a match played at Prezero Arena back in February 2021 in the 1. Bundesliga. This time round, betting on Eintracht will get you odds 3.50, meaning the bookies predict, they are in with an 29% chance of beating Hoffenheim. You can get a price of 1.95, should you wish to add Hoffenheim to your accumulator, if that is your preferred betting strategy.
Hoffenheim head into their upcoming match against Eintracht with a 10% winning record in recent 1. Bundesliga meetings. In 10 encounters, that amounts to a 1-3-6 record for the home side, as they amassed a win rate of 60%. Eintracht held the upper hand when facing Hoffenheim in their 10 most recent matches. Entering the match as outsiders, they will be eager to spring a surprise on Saturday.
Current standings in the 1. Bundesliga
According to the 1. Bundesliga table, the difference between the two teams is currently only 2 points. This round 14 clash is of great importance to both teams and their position in the league table. Eintracht have an opportunity to catch up with Hoffenheim, who are currently number 5 on 20 points. However, the hosts will surely try to grab all three points themselves this coming Saturday, thus extending the lead in the standings.
Ihlas Bebou is one of the Hoffenheim players, who is expected to score on a regular basis. His current tally for the past few matches reads 5 goals. Eintracht have their eyes fixed on Sebastian Rode, who is expected to hit his stride sooner rather than later.