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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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Real Sociedad vs RB Leipzig ✅

Sociedad made a decent appearance in their last clash in Europa on the road against Leipzig when they managed to pull out a 2:2 draw, despite being strongly underestimated by the bookmakers.
They were in a position to always chase for the result, as they conceded first in the 8th, but responded in the best way possible and equalized over Nkunku in the 30th.
A penalty action occurred during the second when the hosts took the lead once against in the 64th, but the Spanish squad proved to be a tough nut to crack, as they leveled up once again in the last ten minutes over Forsberg, leaving things quite open for the upcoming decisive second leg.
The Spaniards should miss defender Rico (10/0), midfielders Merino (20/2), Januzaj (23/2), forward Barrenetxea (11/1), with forward Isak (20/4) being doubtful for the moment.
As mentioned above, the German squad failed to meet the expectations of the community last Thursday against underdogs from Sociedad when they definitely demonstrated quite an offensive potential, but also some vulnerabilities in the back as well.
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Leipzig vs Bayer Leverkusen

Leipzig can be content with how the things eventually developed in their respectful group, as they are currently at the 3rd spot and will most likely continue to compete in the knockout phase of the Europa League this season.
Their latest 0:5 victory against Club Brugge on the road is definitely encouraging and is certainly giving them a morale boost for the upcoming clash, in which in case of a victory, they will get more seriously involved for the European exit next season, as only two points are separating them and Wolfsburg.
Goalkeeper Gulacsi (12/0) is out, as well as long-term absentee defender Halstenberg (no performance so far), offensive midfielder Olmo (4/0), and forward Poulsen (10/4). Midfielders Haidara (11/2) and Szoboszlai (11/3).
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Leipzig vs PSG

Leipzig made a more than decent appearance in their last appearance in the Champions League campaign away to PSG but still came with a close 3:2 defeat in the end.
They conceded first early in the 9th but responded in the best manner possible, and completely reversed the result to their favor with goals over Silva in the 28th and Mukiele later in the 57th minute.
However, the Parisians managed to come back over Messi, who equalized ten minutes later and brought his team an important victory after a perfect penalty execution later in the 74th, putting every fan on Parc des Princes back on their feet again.
The Germans miss left-back Saracchi and defensive Halstenberg as long term absentees, while injured are also forward Brobbey (3/0) and right-back Klostermann (7/0).
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Leipzig vs Club Brugge

Leipzig failed to be more competitive in their opening clash of the Champions League campaign on the road against the Citizens when they were convincingly outplayed with a 6:3 result.
As the result is saying, they showed more than decent offensive potential, but the hosts were always two steps ahead of them, and having a player less on the field in the last eleven minutes, only contributed to their expected defeat.
On the other side, they did a good job in their last home match in Bundesliga against Hertha, as they hammered them with a 6:0 victory, and are definitely coming to their second European encounter with positive thoughts.
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Wolfsburg vs RB Leipzig

Wolfsburg met the expectations last time out against Hertha in Berlin when they recorded a close 1:2 victory, showing better concentration at the finishing compared to their opponent.
After a goalless first part, the guests conceded first in the 60th minute from the penalty, but kept their focus and responded in the best way possible, scoring two over Baku in the 74th and Nmecha in the 88th minute, thus recording their second consecutive victory since the begging of the new season in Bundesliga.
Left-back Otavio is still injured, as well as full-back William, forward Bialek and midfielder Vranckx, all without playing so far. Doubtful is offensive Weghorst (2/1).
Leipzig made quite an appearance in their last match at home against Stuttgart when they hammered them with a convincing 4:0 victory.
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Liverpool vs RB Leipzig

Liverpool is entering this second leg with a pretty nice background, as they were victorious in the first, outplaying the Germans with a 2:0 result.
The fact is that their form significantly decreased, as they lost the race for a title in Premiership, and might even miss the European exit this season, currently being at 8th spot in the overall standings. In their last match against underdogs from Fulham, the Reds made another setback, suffering a defeat with a minimal result, playing at their home stadium.
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Leipzig vs Liverpool

A break in the Champions League campaign is over, and Leipzig can move their attention to the highly anticipated clash with Liverpool on Tuesday evening. Overly looking, they are in great shape, second only to the Munich giant in the domestic league, but still with a chance to grab the title, as they are only four points in deficit.
In their last match at home against underdogs from Augsburg, they seemingly played just enough to record a 2:1 victory. The hosts completely dominated during the first part, deservedly taking the double lead with goals over Olmo (a penalty) and Nkunku, and even though they lowered the game rhythm when the match moved to the second and conceded one from the penalty in the 77th, they kept their focus for the rest of the clash, not leaving much room for a surprise to occur.
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Leipzig vs Union Berlin

Leipzig failed to be more concrete last time out against Wolfsburg on the road when they come with a 2:2, despite being strong favorites.
They opened the match in a better way, as they took an early lead in the 5th minute, but the home side managed to turn the result in their favor before the first part ended. The visitors did appear quite dominating when the match moved to the second part, but despite their numerous goal attempts, they only managed to level up the result in the 54th minute and walk away with just a point, maybe a bit unlucky.
Leipzig is at 2nd place in Bundesliga, having some minor problems in the last two matches, but never the less, they are second only to the Munich giant by their overall appearances in this season.
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