The match is already underway and the partial winner is Stuttgart

The match is already underway and the partial winner is Stuttgart

Seconds 45 minutes going! With goals from Deniz Undav (2′ 1T) and Chris Führich (6′ 1T), Stuttgart defeats Freiburg 2-1.

After having won the previous day, the visiting team will look for another victory that leaves them well positioned in the table, while the local team has just lost its last game and will try to win.

Freiburg suffered a hard blow when they lost 1 to 3 on the last day against Werder Bremen. In the previous duels, they have won 2 games, in 1 the final result was a draw and they have lost 1. During those days, they have scored 8 goals and they have scored 8 against their opponents.

Stuttgart has just defeated RB Leipzig with a score of 5 to 2. In the last 4 games, they have won on 1 occasion and have lost on 3 occasions. He scored 9 goals and has scored 9 in his goal.

The local team is in seventh place with 28 points (8 PG – 4 PE – 7 PP), while the visitor has 37 points and is placed in third place in the table (12 PG – 1 PE – 6 PP).

Referee Daniel Siebert was selected to carry out the actions of the game.

Freiburg formation today

Strategist Christian Streich opted for a 4-5-1 formation with Noah Atubolu between the three sticks; Lukas Kübler, Matthias Ginter, Manuel Gulde and Jordy Makengo at the back; Maximilian Eggestein, Nicolas Höfler, Roland Sallai, Merlin Röhl and Vincenzo Grifo in the middle; and Lucas Höler as attacker.

Stuttgart formation today

For his part, coach Sebastian Hoeness proposed a 4-5-1 tactical scheme with Alexander Nübel in goal; Leonidas Stergiou, Waldemar Anton, Anthony Rouault, Maximilian Mittelstädt on the defensive line; Atakan Karazor, Angelo Stiller, Josha Vagnoman, Enzo Millot and Chris Führich in midfield; and Deniz Undav up front.

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