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Leipzig vs Eintracht Frankfurt ✅

Leipzig made a decent return to the European stage last week at home against favored Manchester City when they ended the clash with a 1:1 draw, heading towards a pretty tough second leg in England, but never the less, chances for further progress are still present.
On the bright side, they appeared quite confident last time out in Bundesliga when they outplayed Wolfsburg on the road with a 0:3 result, currently being in the 5th spot in the standings, only a point in deficit compared to the Champions League-placed Freiburg.
Goalkeeper Gulacsi (6/0), defender Diallo (5/1), and offensive midfielder Olmo (13/2) are out for the hosts.
Eintracht, on the contrary, faced quite a determined foe last time out in the Champions League at home, as they were routinely outplayed by Napoli with a 0:2 result, practically reducing their chances for the next phase to a minimum.
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Eintracht Frankfurt vs Borussia Dortmund ✅

A run of four consecutive victories is surely giving Eintracht an adrenaline injection for the upcoming clash with the Millionaires, especially
This victory came on the back of another Bundesliga success on the road against Gladbach when they routinely outscored them with a 1:3 result, currently sitting at the enviable 4th spot in the standings, only three points in deficit compared to the leaders from Union Berlin.
Central defender Hasebe (4/0), right-back Buta (no appearance so far), and midfielder Knauff (8/0) are out for the home side.
Dortmund is coming to this clash taking a slight relief from Europe, as they managed to secure their knockout phase performance, but still yet to be decided would it be the first or the second spot.
They demonstrated brute force over Stuttgart last weekend when they crushed them with a 5:0 result in front of their fans, definitely being eager to take as much as possible in the upcoming one, as they are currently 5th, having only one point less than their respective opponents.
They will miss right full-back Meunier (8/0), midfielder Dahoud (3/0), and forwards Haller and Bynoe-Gittens (4/1). Forward Malen (6/0) is doubtful due to lack of match fitness, just like left-back Guerreiro (9/1) and midfielder Reus (8/2).
Either way, the potential for goals is high
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Real Madrid vs Eintracht Frankfurt ❌

Last season’s Champions League trophy lifter, Real Madrid is entering this clash holding a tag of a strong favorite, expectedly though, as their previous appearances in Europe proved that the Madrid squad is quite a force in the football world, capable of synchronizing their play to an almost perfect level.
This will be their first competitive match this season, and surely quite an important one, but honestly speaking, the Spaniards are in for quite a challenge despite the odds being significantly on their side, as Eintracht is definitely capable to compete against almost any team out there.
They should appear in a 4-3-3 formation with Valverde, Junior, and Benzema in the attack with no injury worries at the moment.
Eintracht is coming to this UEFA Super Cup final after a pretty inconvenient defeat in their opening match of Bundesliga at home against the Munich giant Bayern when they were convincingly outscored with a 1:6 result, surely eager to put up with a more than decent fight and make things as difficult as possible for the favored Spanish squad.
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West Ham vs Eintracht Frankfurt ✅

A 1:0 defeat last weekend against Chelsea didn’t come as good preparation for the upcoming first leg of the Europa League semi-finals, but nevertheless, the Hammers definitely have something to look forward to in this one.
A chance for a good start is realistic for the English squad, as they are looking good at home lately, especially in their continental appearance, and strangely enough, the Hammers’ last home encounter against the German squad resulted in a 3:1 victory against none other than Eintracht itself.
Central defenders Diop (13/0), Zouma (20/1), and Ogbonna (11/1) are out injured.
After delivering quite a shock in the football world in the last round of the campaign, a team from Germany is entering this first leg with their morale touching the sealing.
They are facing some inconvenience regarding their Bundesliga campaign, as they failed to record a positive result in their last two appearances, but even so, their offensive style of play, and good realization of their chances, is more than enough to expect quite a performance from the undeservedly underestimated German Squad.
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Eintracht Frankfurt vs Barcelona ❌

Expectations are high for the fans of the Eagles, as they are heading towards their first European clash against the Spanish giants Barcelona, and will definitely do their best to be as competitive as possible, despite the odds being significantly against them.
Eintracht made a setback in their latest Bundesliga home appearance against severely underestimated Greuther Furth when they come with a 0:0 stalemate, significantly decreasing their chances to grab the European exit this season, but a six-match unbeaten run across all competitions is providing them with some hope of being competitive in the upcoming first leg.
The Germans should keep missing goalkeeper Ramaj (1/0), left-back Lenz (12/0), and forward Ache (10/0). Defender da Costa (10/0) is doubtful. Right-back Durm (7/00 and defensive midfielder Ilsanker (10/0) aren’t registered for this phase.
Barcelona left their poor season start well behind them, as they are visibly improving after bringing some freshness into their squad.
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Eintracht Frankfurt vs Mainz

Eintracht couldn’t do much in the last round against Leverkusen when they suffered a 3:1 defeat, playing away from their home.
The guests allowed themselves to be outplayed in the offense, showing very little creativity with their time with the ball. They somehow survived the first part but were not in a position to stop the hosts from scoring three in the continuation, while they themselves only managed to score once in the 90th over Silva.
Eintracht still holds the Champions League-leading 4th position before the start of this round but will need a victory here in order to remain in the race.
Central defender Ndicka (21/2) is suspended. The hosts also miss injured midfielder Toure (16/0) and offensive Ache (5/0).
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Eintracht Frankfurt vs Wolfsburg

Eintracht positively surprised last time out in Bundesliga, as they managed to win over Dortmund with a 1:2 result, playing away from their home.
They took an early lead in the 11th minute when Schulz scored an own goal, but conceded an equalizer just before the halftime whistle. The second part brought us visibly more aggressive home side, but they paid a price of lacking creativity at the finishing in the 87th when Andre Silva added one more to the scoreline for the visitors and brought Eintracht valuable three points in this one.
Currently, Eintracht holds Champions League-leading 4th spot in the rankings, leaving their closest rivals Dortmund seven points in deficit.
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Eintracht Frankfurt vs VfB Stuttgart

Eintracht negatively surprised in their last Bundesliga clash on the road to Werder when they suffered a 2:1 defeat, after a complete reversal.
The guests took an early lead in the 9th minute over Silva, however, their appearance was not looking too confident, especially in the second part when they allowed the hosts to be more creative with the ball, and with two conceded goals in the 47th and the 62nd, failed to meet the expectation in this encounter.
Eintracht is at Champion League-leading 4th place, but they need to be on alert, as their closest Dortmund is only three points in deficit.
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