Freiburg – Hertha BSC

Freiburg hosts Hertha BSC at the Schwarzwald-Stadion in a fixture from the 32th round of the Bundesliga. In this preview we are going to present you the most interesting info about this game, let’s get to work.

Freiburg approach the 32th round from 8th place in the standings. The club currently have 42 points, being just one point behind the 7th Hoffenheim. The three rounds before the end we could say that this was a successful campaign for Freiburg in the Bundesliga. Most likely they are going to end the season in the Top 10, which is good for them.

In the previous round Freiburg shared the points with Wolfsburg away from home at the Volkswagen-Arena. Lucas Holer and Roland Sallai scored for the visitors after their team was already two goals behind in the scoreline. The manager Christian Streich was happy with the way his boys reacted to being two goals behind.

Three players are missing the next game for Freiburg because of injuries. Manuel Gulde, Florian Kath and Yoric Ravet are not avaliable for the manager Streich.

Hertha BSC will try to bounce back after two consecutive losses in the league. The Old Lady lost their last two matches in the league against Borussia Dortmund and Eintracht Frankfurt. That’s quite surprising because before this Hertha was one of the teams in the best shape in the league since the quarantine break.

In the previous round Hertha collapsed against Eintracht Frankfurt in Berlin. Most of the pundits thought they would be favourites, but the game ended with a 4-1 win for Eintracht. Piatek opened the score for Hertha, but after this Eintracht scored four times.

The Old Lady finished the last game with a man less on the pitch. The Belgian defender Dedryk Boyata got sent off against Eintracht Frankfurt, so he’s unavaliable for the next challenge.

We believe that this match between Freiburg and Hertha BSC is really difficult for prediction. Freiburg are decent at home, but Hertha need to improve their performance after two consecutive losses. It’s going to be interesting, that’s for sure.