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Hertha Berlin v Eintracht Frankfurt

Week 2 of the 2020-21 Bundesliga campaign kicks off with Hertha Berlin hosting Eintracht Frankfurt. Last season, both clubs finished next to each other in the table, with Frankfurt finishing 9th four points ahead of Hertha in 10th. Both teams are similar in that they have some big name players but are struggling to perform at a high level consistently. 

For the hosts Hertha, they will hope strikers Matheus Cunha and Jhon Cordoba can form as lethal a partnership as they did last week, when the capital club beat Bremen 4-1 in their season opener. In their previous fixture, Eintracht drew 1-1 against league newcomers Arminia Bielefeld, with new (permanent) signing Andre Silva bagging a goal in the 62nd minute. This match will be a big test for the hosts Hertha, who are favored (+139). Can they maintain the defensive cohesion to withstand Frankfurt strikers Silva and Bas Dost- both physical forces capable of turning the slightest chance into a goal. For Frankfurt, this is an opportunity to gain a valuable point away from home and the draw (+270) could be a good pick here. Although with two top level strikers on each team, we can expect plenty of goals this Friday in Berlin.

Bayer Leverkusen v RB Leipzig

The BayArena will host last season’s fifth-placed team, Bayer Leverkusen, as they take on visitors RB Leipzig, who finished third. The hosts Leverkusen started their season with a 0-0 draw vs Wolfsburg and their attack is certainly missing Kai Havertz and Kevin Volland since their respective departures this summer. Leipzig lost one of their key players as well, as striker Timo Werner moved to Chelsea to join Havertz. The Red Bulls have more depth than Leverkusen, however, and started the campaign with 3 goals in a victory over Mainz last week. 

Leverkusen fans will hope new signing Patrick Schick can open his scoring account this Saturday and link up with Karim Bellarabi and Moussa Diaby against Leipzig. But the Red Bulls are looking to this season as an opportunity to further climb up the German football ladder. Their 3rd place finish last season was the club’s most successful ever season and a road victory (Leipzig are +129) versus a good Leverkusen side would be a clear sign of their intent. The hosts Leverkusen are (+214) but an early season draw (+275) against a rocketing Leipzig side would be a good result.

TSG Hoffenheim v Bayern Munich

Last season’s 6th place side, TSG Hoffenheim, will host the defending Champions Bayern Munich this Sunday. Led by Andrej Kramaric’s hat trick, Hoffenheim got off to a winning start to the new season with a 3-2 result over FC Koln. On the other hand, Bayern proved they are not complacent after last season’s title, and absolutely thrashed Schalke 8-0 in their opening fixture. Hoffenheim are a balanced side and finished with a 0 goal difference after scoring 53 and allowing 53 last season. But their 53 goals allowed was the highest among the top 8 Bundesliga sides last season, a figure that does not bode well against a free scoring Bayern attack. Serge Gnabry also bagged a hat trick last week, and new arrival Leroy Sane added a goal in a substitute appearance. 

The 3-4-3 Hoffenheim played last week will be easy for FC Hollywood to exploit, and new Hoffenheim manager Sebastian Hoeness will be tasked with devising a plan to contain the pace and ruthless execution of Bayern’s front line. Although it is an away fixture and Hoffenheim have a weapon in the form of Kramaric, Bayern (-447) are likely to record a second win of the year. But if you feel like going for it, the hosts Hoffenheim are (+1047) and a draw is (+623).