Our prediction for this Bundesliga match:
The clash between the Foals and Hertha probably will draw the most attention in the following round. Andre Schubert’s charges recorded a defeat against Schalke in the previous round, which removed them from a top-four spot, so die Fohlen need a win in order to stay in the race for Champions League next season. Die Alte Dame achieved back-to-back league wins against Schalke (2-0) and Ingolstadt (2-1), which resulted with them being four points in front of the Royal Blues, so they can afford a slip-up against Borussia Monchengladbach in the upcoming encounter. The team from North Rhine-Westphalia are on a four-game undefeated run against the Old Lady on home ground, Pal Dardai’s side recorded a single win from their last ten visits to Stadion im Borussia-Park, and we consider the hosts as favourites this time out, especially bearing in mind that the Foals won their last four home fixtures, with a single conceded goal in the spell.
Highlighted Team (Hertha Berlin):
Hertha Berlin is a German football club from the city Berlin which is currently active in the highest German football division the Bundesliga. The club was founded in 1892 and is active in the Bundesliga since 2011//2012. Between 1926 and 1931 Hertha BSC managed to reach 6 times to the final of the Deutsche Meisterschaft which they managed to win 2 times (in 1930 and one year later in 1931).
Hertha Berlin originally played its home games in the Plumpe which got bombed during the WW II. After the bombings Hertha Berlin stated to play their games in the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. The club colors of Hertha Berlin are blue and red and is also known as Die Alte Dame which is the same nickname as Juventus. Next to winning the German national league Hertha Berlin managed to reach to the final in the DFB Pokal in 1977, 1979 and 1993.
Hertha played several times in the UEFA Cup (former Europa League) and qualified for the group stage in the Champions League in the season 1999/2000. Known players that played for Hertha BSC are: Basturk, Deisler, Bobic and Marcelinho.