Eintracht Frankfurt 10-9-2, Bayern Munich 15-4-2
2/20/21 9:30 am
Over 2.5 (-300), Under 2.5 (+240) Click to Get Latest Betting Odds
Eintracht Frankfurt is welcoming Bayern Munich to Commerzbank Arena in round 22 in the German Bundesliga.
Eintracht is on an impressive roll of 4 wins, while they won 5 of their last 6 games, and one game ended in a draw. Eintracht has also lost only 1 of their last 11 games. Eintracht has scored an impressive 18 goals in their last 6 games while conceding 6 goals. With 39 points, 43 scored goals, and 29 conceded goals, Eintracht is now in 4th place, which is the Champions League spot. Andre Silva has scored a fantastic 18 goals so far this season, and he is Eintracht’s leading goalscorer. Kostic and Kamada added 6 assists each. There are no injuries in Eintracht, but Sow is suspended because of the yellow cards. Eintracht was hosting Koln in their last game, and they were the dominant team with 60% of ball possession, 7 shots on goal, 7 corner kicks, 5 big chances created, and a decent 82% of the correct passes. It took a while for Eintracht to score a goal, but they scored twice in the second half, and they have won this game 2-0. Eintracht is not playing in the Europa League this season, which is why they are always well-rested in Bundesliga this season, and that has certainly had a massive impact on their game.
Bayern was on a 6-game winning streak, until last weekend when they hosted Arminia on Allianz Arena. Bayern was their usual self in that game with a massive 64% of ball possession, 12 shots on goal, 5 corner kicks, 5 big chances created, and 86% of the correct passes. It doesn’t happen often, but Bayern was losing 0-2 at halftime, and 1-3 in the 49th minute. By the 69th minute, Bayern has caught up to Arminia, and the score was 3-3. Sadly for Bayern, they weren’t able to use any of their chances for the rest of the game, and the final score was 3-3. Despite dropping points in this game, Bayern is still at the top of Bundesliga, but Leipzig is now only 5 points away, and the pressure is back on. Lewandowski is Bayern’s leading goalscorer with 25 goals, while Muller added 10 goals and 7 assists. Nubel, Gnabry, Muller, Pavard, Costa, and Tolliso are all injured, while Kouassi is still questionable. Bayern is also playing in the Champions League next week against Lazio, and their defense is not where it should be, and honestly, I don’t think Bayern is ready for this game. Offensively, Bayern is one of the best teams in Europe, but their defense sucks this season.
Eintracht is still undefeated at home this season, while Bayern is undefeated in their last 8 games. For the first time this season, Bayern is not a huge favorite, but the odds on the over are still not great. I just can’t side with Bayern when Eintracht is playing fantastic soccer this season. I will take the over, but over 4.5 goals because I have a feeling the defenses won’t show up here.