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

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

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.

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 ).

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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