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The ball is already rolling between Eintracht Frankfurt and Stuttgart at the Deutsche Bank Park stadium

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Both must adjust their game to get a victory on this new championship date. The visitors enter the game after a loss at home in their last meeting. For its part, the host of this day got just one point with the draw at 2 in the previous game.

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On their previous visit, Eintracht Frankfurt drew 2-2 with Wolfsburg. In the last 4 games of the current tournament, they generated 2 wins and 2 losses, with 8 goals scored and 7 on their fence.

Stuttgart did not reach the score and lost 1 to 2 against Bayern Munich. With a rather irregular record in the last 4 games played, 3 losses and 1 win, they have 6 goals for and have conceded 8 against.

The home owner is in sixth place and has 39 points (11 PG – 6 PE – 6 PP), while the visit added 19 units and is in sixteenth place in the tournament (4 PG – 7 PE – 12 PP ).

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Referee Robert Hartmann was in charge of supervising the game at the Deutsche Bank Park stadium.

Eintracht Frankfurt training today

Coach Oliver Glasner arranged a 3-6-1 formation with Kevin Trapp defending goal; Tuta, Makoto Hasebe and Evan N’Dicka as full backs; Buta, Sebastian Rode, Djibril Sow, Philipp Max, Rafael Santos Borré and Mario Götze in midfield; with Randal Kolo Muani as attackers.

Stuttgart training today

For his part, Bruno Labbadia came out to play with a 4-3-3 scheme, with goalkeeper Fabian Bredlow; Waldemar Anton, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Hiroki Ito, Borna Sosa as defenders; Wataru Endo, Atakan Karazor and Genki Haraguchi as midfielders; and Gil Dias, Juan José Perea and Tiago Tomás as strikers.

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