Eintracht Frankfurt predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 23
- Winning Bets: 11
- Average Odds: 2.74
- Overall Stake : 152
- Profit: 148.13
- Yield: -2.55 %
Eintracht Frankfurt betting
The Eagles’ goals are fairly clear going into the 2020/21 Bundesliga season: repeat the success of 2018/19 and get back into the European theatre.
That aside, they are one of the German top flight’s more stable squads and tend to end up somewhere between 7th and 10th on the table. Most of the time, this leaves them just out of Europa League qualifiers. That’s why last year’s 9th place was a bit of a disappointment, despite being well in the Top 10.
From a punter’s perspective, this sort of positioning is not great for putting down outright Bundesliga bets. The most reasonable wager would be a Top 6 Finish market at odds of 3.25 if you can get your hands on such an offer. Sadly, though, it seems unlikely Frankfurt will be moving beyond that any time soon. The top 4 positions are extremely entrenched at this point.
Eintracht Key Players
Though former boss Niko Kovac is often praised for bringing Eintracht back into the top half of the table, acting manager Adi Hütter brought around the current period of stability.
Over the past season or so, Hutter has been attempting to pick up the pieces of his attacking formation after most of the key players left. Of 2019’s lethal quartet, only Filip Kostić remains an integral part at the left midfield.
André Silva will be Frankfurt’s forward for the season after a reasonably successful year at Milan. That said, defence remains this team’s main issue. With 60 concessions last season, they had the worst defensive record in the top half of the team. The backline looks more solid this time around, however, with noteworthy centre-backs like Evan N'Dicka and Martin Hinteregger.
Most of them were around in 2019/20, though, which might mean that that Frankfurt is interesting for those BTTS and Over 2.5 bets.
Eintracht Frankfurt Rivalry
Main derby is the one betweek Eintracht and Offenbach, but we won’t see that one for some time as Kickers Offenbach is in the lower divisions. Also Darmstadt is rival, but as they are in Zweita, Eintracht will miss local derbies this year.
Eintracht Frankfurt History
Eintracht won the Bundesliga once, in 1959, but managed to add 5 cups and even European trophy (UEFA Cup in 1979). Home matches are played at Commerzbank Arena in front of 51.000 fans.
Eintracht Frankfurt results
- Bayern München - Eintracht Frankfurt
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