Bundesliga Match Previews: Match Week 32 (Part 3)

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Updated: April 22, 2014
TSG Hoffenheim

TSG Hoffenheim vs. Eintracht Frankfurt

Match Date: 26 April 2014 (local)

Match Venue: Rhein-Neckar-Arena

(Featured image: Hoffenheim | Source: achtzehn99.de)

 

Hoffenheim halted their chance at extending another week without a defeat after Werder Bremen earned a vital victory over the Markus Gisdol side. The four-goal fixture only provided Hoffenheim with one inning, which was the opener fired by Volland. However, beginning in the 18th minute, the opponents have largely been in control of the battle. Bargrede, Garcia, and Petersen all scored goals for their team. This left Hoffenheim marooned on 40 points and within the top half.

 

Frankfurt still cannot fully plan for next season in Bundesliga as they have yet to obtain at least one more victory to accumulate enough points necessary to avoid exit. With three weeks remaining, the side should take advantage of everything they have in order for them to escalate their position. Die Adler’s score has never experienced new additions from the last two matches. This should give them adequate amount of determination to win their next tourney.

 

Sports betting tip: Hoffenheim and Frankfurt will battle out a low-scoring stalemate.

 

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VfL Wolfsburg vs. SC Freiburg

Match Date: 26 April 2014 (local)

Match Venue: Volkswagen Arena

 

Despite being reduced to 10 men after Luis Gustzvo was sent off, Wolfsburg still managed to keep their shot at the Champions League intact. The side won over Hamburg in a thrilling match that saw the Wolves devour on three goals against their rivals’ one. Ivan Perisic opened the scoring before Kevin De Bruyne doubled it and Ivica Olic scored the final goal for the team. Hamburg’s Ivo Ilicevic netted a consolation which came in as a desperate move to avoid their exit in the top-flight league for the very first time.

 

An attack-fuelled second half was all that Freiburg needed to strike the winning maneuvers. The side struck four times in that period to claim a 4-2 victory against Borussia M’gladbach. This drove the side further away from the drop zone and may now only need to score one more victory to fully secure their stay in Germany’s most important league tournament. Thus far, they have won in nine matches this season, scored 39 goals, and conceded 54.

 

Online betting tip: Wolfsburg should expect another triumph in their streak.