Eintracht Frankfurt – Leipzig

Eintracht Frankfurt are hosting RB Leipzig at the Deutsche Bank Park in a match from the 8th round of the Bundesliga. We expect an interesting clash here, so let’s take a good look at it.

How are Eintracht doing so far in the league? Adi Hutter’s team is once again outside the Top 10 despite the potential they have. Currently Eintracht are 11th in the Bundesliga standings with 10 points won. They are without a win in their last four fixtures which is worrying.

Before the international break Eintracht Frankfurt made a third draw in their last four matches. Adi Hutter’s boys were two goals behind Stuttgart, but at the end they won a point after a 2-2 draw at the Mercedes-Benz-Arena. It was Andre Silva and David Abraham who equalised for Eintracht in the second half.

RB Leipzig remain one of the strongest teams in the Bundesliga. At this moment the Red Bulls are second in the standings with 16 points and it’s only Bayern Munich who are ahead of them. Finishing in Top 4 is going to be a priority for RB Leipzig again. They could challenge for the title as well, but the truth is Bayern look too strong at the moment.

In their last game RB Leipzig won their 5th win for the season. Julian Nagelsmann’s team hosted Freiburg at the Red Bull Arena and scored an easy 3-0 win. Konate, Sabitzer from a penalty kick and Angelino scored for the hosts.

That’s our preview for the Bundesliga game between Eintracht Frankfurt and RB Leipzig at the Deutsche Bank Park on Saturday. The visitors are clearly the better team here, but Eintracht are fully motivated to improve their recent results. The hosts won’t give up without a fight here, so Leipzig must be expecting a tough game.