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Watch Hertha Berlin vs Hamburg online: Live stream today’s Bundesliga play-off

By Jonathan Davies

Watch Hertha Berlin vs Hamburg online: Live stream today's Bundesliga play-off

Published: 17:40, 19 May 2022

Hertha Berlin and Hamburg go head to head in the first leg of their Bundesliga relegation play-off clash at Olympiastadion on Thursday (7.30pm BST).

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  • US: ESPN+

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The Bundesliga side has prevailed in eight of the last nine relegation play-off ties, but the form book certainly favours second-tier Hamburg. The visitors arrive in the German capital off the back of a five-match winning streak that secured third place in 2. Bundesliga.

Meanwhile, back-to-back defeats saw Hertha slip to 16th place in the top-flight – behind Stuttgart on goal difference – and Felix Magath’s side must respond to preserve their status in the top tier.

Hertha Berlin team news

Hertha could be without up to nine first-team players through injury.

Goalkeeper Marcel Lotka is doubtful after suffering a mild concussion and nasal bone fracture in the defeat at Dortmund, while first-choice stopper Alexander Schwolow trained individually this week along with Lukas Klunter, Lee Dong-Jun and Kelian Nsona.

Davie Selke (muscle), Anton Kade (stomach) and Marton Dardai (hip) remain sidelined, while Kevin Prince-Boateng was absent from training.

Hamburg team news

Tim Walter is unlikely to make too many alterations to his in-form Hamburg side.

Top scorer Robert Glatzel, who has six goals in eight games, will likely lead the attack with support from Bakery Jatta and Faride Alidou on the wings.

Anssi Suhonen (broken ankle) and Tim Leibold (ACL) remain long-term absentees.

Recent form:

  • Hertha Berlin: LLDWW
  • Hamburg: WWWWW

Scoreline prediction: Hertha Berlin 1-2 Hamburg

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