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In Bundesliga history these sides have met on 35 occasions, with Werder winning 21, losing eight while six were draws. Statistically, this makes Freiburg the favourite opponent in the Bundesliga for Werder. The sides have already met twice this season – both at Werder, with the home side winning 3-2 in the DFB Pokal, while the reverse league fixture was a 0-0 draw.
Last week’s 2-1 loss at Hannover was Freiburg’s first reversal after a run of nine unbeaten league games (W4, D5).
Stat attack: Since 1993, Werder have more away wins (11) against Freiburg than any other club.
Freiburg and Werder Bremen face each other at Schwarzwald-Stadion in the relegation six-pointer. Their Bundesliga status is in great danger and given that only two points separate the two teams in the standings, a close encounter is on the horizon. Freiburg are on a three-game winless run in the German elite division ahead of the visit of Werder Bremen, whilst die Werderaner head into Saturdays football match following a routine 3-1 win over Wolfsburg. Florian Kohfeldts men have been in a fine form of late, but beating Freiburg on the road is easier said than done. Christian Streichs men did well to beat star-studded Leipzig at home ground last month and that is yet another reason why home win should be considered. The two teams played out a goalless draw at Weserstadion in the first half of the season, but we are tempted to put our money on the hosts this time out.
Freiburg’s biggest problem has been their habit of drawing games (ten). That, along with their seven defeats, has meant they have been in and around the lower half of the table much of the season. Ahead of the round, they find themselves 12th in the table, just five points above the danger zone.
Max Kruse, with two goals in his last three games (all competitions), is starting to show signs that he could be the man to lead Werder to ultimate safety, as he did after the winter break last year.
The form of Werder Bremen has seen an upturn in the last two weeks. Good wins over Champions League hopefuls Schalke (1-2) and fellow relegation battlers Wolfsburg (3-1) last week, saw them pull three points clear of the bottom three.
Five of Freiburg’s last seven home Bundesliga games have seen under 2.5 goals, but nine of the last ten here between the sides have seen over 2.5 goals!
Players to watch: Nils Petersen has ten Bundesliga goals this season for Freiburg, can he add to his tally against one of his former clubs?
玩法 大分 指数 小分 进球数 大分(0.97) 2.5 小分(0.91)
Two sides in the bottom half of the Bundesliga table face off in round 23 in a game both sides need to win to stay ahead of the relegation dogfight.