Our prediction for this Bundesliga match:
Hertha Berlin and Freiburg take on each other at Olympiastadion in a postponed Bundesliga game. The capital club aim to pick up vital three points in the relegation battle, and we are positive that they will fight tooth and nail against Christian Streich’s troops. All Jarstein, Lukebakio and Plattenhardt have been tested positive for coronavirus, but given Hertha’s display in the 1-1 draw with Mainz, home win should be considered.
Freiburg, on the other hand, have nothing to play for in the season finale. The visitors are already on a vacation, which is probably the main reason why we are tempted to put our money on the relegation-threatened hosts. Fit-again attacker Vincenzo Grifo, who scored a late equalizer in a 1-1 draw with Hoffenheim, is widely expected to return to Freiburg’s starting XI. Midfielder Baptiste Santamaria, on the other hand, returns from suspension.
Highlighted Player (Alexander Schwolow):
One of the key cogs in Freiburg’s push for Bundesliga survival in 2017/18, Alexander Schwolow remains remembered for his impressive displays against some of league’s biggest sides which proved decisive in his team’s relegation battle.
A product of Freiburg academy, Alexander Schwolow was forced to work for his place under the spotlight and it wasn’t until his loan spell in the Third Division with Armenia Bielefeld in 2014 that Schwolow earned his place between the sticks at his parent club. His stock went through a rapid rise in 2016/17 campaign when Alexander Schwolow played a great part in his team’s seventh-place finish and a place in the UEFA Europa league qualification.
Schwolow’s impressive goalkeeping exploits got his name written in the notebook of some of Europe’s biggest clubs and it is fair to say we could see his move abroad in foreseeable future. Alexander Schwolow represented Germany in U18, U19 and U20 categories but has yet to earn a senior cap.
Highlighted Team (Freiburg):
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Freiburg made it to the German Cup semis in the 2012/2013 DFB Pokal campaign, but their local rivals
The likes of Levan Kobiashvili, Papiss Cisse, Sascha Rieter, Joachim Low, Zlatan Bajramovic, Mohammadaou Idrissou, Roda Antar, Sebastian Kehl, Richard Golz are the notable footballers who played for Augsburg in the past. It is well known that Joachim Low helped Germany win the 2014 FIFA World Cup as a coach.