Our prediction for this Bundesliga match:
Sunday’s football game at Borussia-Park pits together Borussia M’gladbach and Arminia Bielefeld, the two teams with entirely different ambitions in the season finale. Borussia M’gladbach are eyeing a place in the Europa Conference League, and we are positive that they will go all guns blazing at Arminia. Keep in mind, though, that all Kramer, Stindl, Musel, and Villalba are injured for the hosts.
The visitors, on the other hand, desperately needed a win against Schalke, and they managed to get one thanks to Fabian Klos’ goal. Arminia moved one step closer to securing the Bundesliga survival, but we believe that die Fohlen will pose a much bigger threat for the relegation strugglers than their previous rivals. Cedric Brunner will have to serve his ban against Borussia M’gladbach, while both Sergio Cordova Reinhold Yabo have been tested positive for coronavirus.
Highlighted Player (Christoph Kramer):
Christoph Kramer is a German midfielder born in Solingen on 19 February 1991, and he is most famous for helping Germany lift the 2014 World Cup trophy. The defensive midfielder came to prominence after signing for Bayer Leverkusen, but it was the loan spells with VFL Bochum and Borussia M’gladbach that seriously aided his development.
Kramer received a surprise call up to Joachim Low’s World Cup squad, and he made a total of three appearances in Brazil, even starting the final against Argentina. The midfielder, however, suffered a concussion just after the half hour mark and he later confessed that he couldn’t remember anything from the most important game in his career.
Kramer remained a member of the Germany national team, making three appearances in the Euro 2016 qualifiers, and there is plenty of time for him to represent the country at another major tournament, playing a more important role than the one he had at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Highlighted Team (Arminia Bielefeld):
Arminia Bielefeld is a German club founded on May 3, 1905. Die Arminen play home games at Bielefelder Alm. The venue was built in 1926, and it can hold up to 26,515 spectators. Arminia Bielefeld have yet to win the Bundesliga trophy, but they did well to lift the West German Cup title on two occasions (1966, 1974).
Back in 1922 they won the Western German football championship, with the team repeating the success the following year. Arminia Bielefeld wear dark blue shirts when playing at home ground, while white is the dominant colour of their away jersey. In the 2019/20 season Arminia returned to the Bundesliga, where they undisputedly belong.
Bruno Labbadia is considered one of the most famous footballers who played for the club. The ex Bayern Munchen attacker scored 50 goals in 98 appearances in the league for Arminia Bielefeld. Labbadia has two caps for the German national team, and six for the West Germany U21.