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Eintracht Frankfurt vs RB Leipzig live stream: How to watch Bundesliga online

By Mohamed Moallim

Eintracht Frankfurt vs RB Leipzig live stream, predictions & team news | Bundesliga

Published: 10:49, 30 October 2021

Eintracht Frankfurt are seeking a return to winning ways in the Bundesliga when they host RB Leipzig at Deutsche Bank Park on Saturday evening (17:30 UK time).

The hosts are currently on a two-game losing streak in Germany’s top division while RB Leipzig come into this weekend’s showdown unbeaten in five and can make it back-to-back wins.

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Scoreline prediction: Eintracht Frankfurt 1-2 RB Leipzig

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Eintracht Frankfurt vs RB Leipzig build-up & previous line-ups:

It’s been tough going for Eintracht Frankfurt this season. Oliver Glasner’s men began with a six-game winless run, which yielded one defeat, before a sensational 1-2 win at undisputed German champions Bayern Munich but they couldn’t follow up that incredible win and have instead suffered consecutive losses heading into this latest round of fixtures. It consequently leaves them sitting one place and two points above the relegation places. Before a 1-2 defeat against Hertha Berlin on matchday eight The Eagles proved difficult to beat at home albeit those preceding three games before Hertha’s win all ended in draws. It’s also worth noting that across five previous Bundesliga home matches against RB Leipzig they’ve claimed two wins and have not suffered a loss.

One win across their opening five Bundesliga matches, which included four losses, immediately put RB Leipzig boss Jesse Marsch on the backfoot. Back-to-back home wins over Hertha Berlin (6-0) and Bochum (3-0) eased the pressure somewhat but a 1-1 draw at Freiburg saw those dissentious voices rear its ugly head. However last season’s runners-up returned to successful ways in their most recent league outing when they ran out 4-1 winners over Greuther Fürth which subsequently leaves them in sixth and three points off the Champions League places. Yet to win on the road this season, four games played and only two points accumulated, The Red Bulls stretching back into the previous 2020/21 campaign are currently on a seven-game winless run away from home (five defeats and two draws).

  • Eintracht Frankfurt (vs Bochum): Trapp; Hasebe, Hinteregger, Tuta; Touré, Jakic, Sow, Kostic; Kamada; Borré, Paciência.
  • RB Leipzig (vs Babelsberg): Martínez; Henrichs, Simakan, Orban, Angeliño; Novoa, Adams, Szoboszlai; Kampl; Poulsen, Silva.

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Player to watch: Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig)

The days of Timo Werner effortely finding the net for RB Leipzig is now a distant memory, these days those responsibilities fall on the shoulders of 23-year-old French forward Christopher Nkunku, and it must be said he’s been looking sensational in both the Champions League and Bundesliga this season. Nkunku, who bagged an impressive hat-trick in a losing effort against Manchester City, is Leipzig leading marksman in Germany’s top division after bagging four goals across nine appearances. It’s not just converting strikes where Nkunku is proving his worth, he’s already created two goals, that being said the former Paris Saint-Germain academy graduate is currently on a two-match scoring drought and none of his Bundesliga strikes this season have come on the road.

Bundesliga 2021/22 recent form:

  • Eintracht Frankfurt: LLWDD
  • RB Leipzig: WDWWD

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