Eintracht Frankfurt

form

All
SGE * 1 - 1 RAN
W
M05 2 - 2 SGE
D
SGE 1 - 1 BMG
D
SGE 1 - 0 WHU
W
LEV 2 - 0 SGE
L
WHU 1 - 2 SGE
W
SGE 2 - 2 TSG
D
FCU 2 - 0 SGE
L
BAR 2 - 3 SGE
W
SGE 1 - 2 SCF
L
Hoffenheim

form

All
BMG 5 - 1 TSG
L
TSG 2 - 4 LEV
L
TSG 3 - 4 SCF
L
SGE 2 - 2 TSG
D
TSG 0 - 0 SGF
D
RBL 3 - 0 TSG
L
TSG 1 - 2 BOC
L
BSC 3 - 0 TSG
L
TSG 1 - 1 FCB
D
KOE 0 - 1 TSG
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (6 Draws)
9 Total wins 5
5 Home wins 3
4 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
3 Wins
1 Draw
1 Wins
SGE 2 - 2 TSG
TSG 3 - 2 SGE
TSG 1 - 3 SGE
SGE 2 - 1 TSG
TSG 1 - 2 SGE
11 Goals Scored 8
Games Over 2.5 Goals 5 / 5
Both Teams Scored 5 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. After previously winning six matches in a row, Eintracht Frankfurt suffered their first defeat against TSG Hoffenheim since April 2017 during the first half of the season, with TSG last enjoying consecutive BL wins against Frankfurt in 2011 (3).
  2. TSG Hoffenheim have lost each of their last three Bundesliga games at Eintracht Frankfurt, more than in their other nine games (W4 D3). Their three-match losing streak is their worst current run against a single side in the top-flight.
  3. Eintracht Frankfurt have picked up just 12 points from 13 games during the second half of the Bundesliga season – last managing fewer at this stage in 2015-16 (10). After 30 games, Frankfurt have 39 points leaving them eight behind sixth place, which is a gap that has never previously been closed since the introduction of the three-points for a win rule.
  4. 44% of Eintracht Frankfurt points this season have come at home this Bundesliga season (17 out of 39), the lowest proportion in the league. Only in 2003-04 and 1964-65 (16 each) did Eintracht have fewer points after 15 home games in a Bundesliga season than in 2021-22 (17).
  5. TSG Hoffenheim are winless in five Bundesliga games (D2 L3), their worst run since April last year – over this period, only 17th placed Arminia Bielefeld recorded fewer points (1), whilst only Bielefeld and bottom side Greuther Fürth (1 each) have netted fewer times than TSG (2).
  6. In this second half of the Bundesliga this season, TSG Hoffenheim have the worst big chance conversion of all BL teams (23%), netting 7.8 goals fewer goals (15) than would have been expected (22.8) based on the quality of their chances. However, only Bielefeld (13.8) are averaging more shots per goal in 2022 than Eintracht Frankfurt (13.2).
  7. Eintracht Frankfurt have failed to score in seven Bundesliga games during the second half of the season, no team has done so more often. Indeed, TSG Hoffenheim have failed to score in each of their last two BL games, last doing so in three straight league games in November 2015 (4).
  8. Only 1. FC Köln (17) have recorded more crosses from open play per game than TSG Hoffenheim (16) and Eintracht Frankfurt (14) in the Bundesliga this season, with Frankfurt's Filip Kostic crossing from open play more often than any other player (198) followed in second place by Hoffenheim's David Raum (179).
  9. Only Arminia Bielefeld (46.7%) have a lower duel success rate than Eintracht Frankfurt (46.9%) and TSG Hoffenheim (47.2%) in the Bundesliga this season. Indeed, only Greuther Fürth (44%) have a weaker success rate in aerial duels than TSG (45%) and SGE (46%).
  10. Filip Kostic has not been directly involved in as many goals against any other team in the Bundesliga as he has against TSG Hoffenheim (11, 5 goals and 6 assists). He has been directly involved in at least one goal in each of his last five BL appearances against the TSG (7 in total).
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