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Union Berlin vs Hoffenheim predictions, previews, team news and more

The Bundesliga continue over the weekend and will watch Union Berlin organization Hoffenheim in the 19th game of the season on Saturday afternoon.

Union Berlin organized Bayer Leverkusen to draw 2-2 in their last game and should not have been able to get all three points.

Grischa Promel canceled out Bayer Leverkusen’s opener with a goal in both halves to give his team the lead before Jonathan Tah equalized late in the game.

Union Berlin is just outside the European group in 7th place with 28 points. They will aim for a win on Saturday as they look for games back in Europe.

Hoffenheim is flourishing under coach Sebastian Hoeness at the moment. They won a well-deserved 3-1 win over Augsburg last weekend. After taking the lead after just five minutes, Ihlas Bebou scored a brace in the first half to complete the comeback before David Raum added another in the final minutes of the game.

Hoffenheim are third in the Bundesliga with 31 points from 18 games and will continue to maintain a strong run into the weekend.


Union Berlin vs Hoffenheim head-to-head record

There were only five meetings between Union Berlin and Hoffenheim. The home team won only one of those matches while the away team won twice. The remaining two meetings between the sides ended in a draw.

The two teams last faced off in a league clash earlier this season. The match ended with a score of 2-2.

Union Berlin Form Instructions: DWDLW

Hoffenheim Form Guide: WDDWW


Union Berlin vs Hoffenheim Team News

Union Berlin

Niko Giesselmann picked up the injury against Bayer Leverkusen last weekend and is not expected to play against Hoffenheim. Pawel Wszolek and Sheraldo Becker both tested positive for COVID-19 while Taiwo Awoniyi was on international duty with Nigeria at AFCON.

Injured: Niko Giesselmann

COVID-19: Pawel Wszolek, Sheraldo Becker

Unavailable: Taiwo Awoniyi

Ban: Not available

Hoffenheim

Ermin Bickacic, Robert Skov and Pavel Kaderabek are all injured and will miss Saturday’s game. Diadie Samassekou is on international duty and will also be absent. Kasim Adams, Harvard Nordveit and Sargis Adamyan were suspected as they recovered.

Injured: Ermin Bickacic, Robert Skov, Pavel Kaderabek

Suspect: Kasim Adams, Harvard Nordveit, Sargis Adamyan

Unavailable: Diadie Samassekou

Ban: Not available


Union Berlin vs Hoffenheim Predict XI

Union Berlin Predict XI (3-4-1-2): Andreas Luthe; Paul Jaeckel, Robin Knoche, Timo Baumgartl; Bastian Oczipka, Grischa Promel, Rani Khedira, Christopher Trimmel; Genki Haraguchi; Andreas Voglsammer, Max Kruse

Hoffenheim Predict XI (3-4-3): Oliver Baumann; Stefan Posch, Chris Richards, Kevin Vogt; Kevin Akpoguma, Christoph Baumgartner, Dennis Geiger, David Raum; Andrej Kramaric, Munas Dabbur, Ilhas Bebou


Predict Union Berlin vs Hoffenheim

Union Berlin is unbeaten in its last three matches and has lost only once in its last six in all competitions. They are unbeaten in their last 4 home games and will be looking to maximize their home advantage over the weekend.

Hoffenheim is on a 7-match unbeaten streak in the tournament and has lost only 1 of its last 10 matches in all competitions. The away team should be able to get a light win on Saturday.

Guess: Union Berlin 1-2 Hoffenheim


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