Our football match prediction:
The outstanding four-match winning run achieved at the start of the second part of the season is now in the past, and it appears that Stuttgart are effectively back in the relegation tussle. The Swabians surprisingly succumbed to a 2-1 home loss to rock bottom Hannover and after said defeat acted as a major confidence blow, they were also hammered by Borussia M’gladbach in midweek. Stuttgart now play host to relegation rivals Hoffenheim, and they obviously need to show a great deal of improvement if they want to avoid a third straight defeat. Just when it seemed that they would not be able to survive the current campaign, TSG won two home games to keep their survival hopes alive, meaning they are now just four points behind safety. Poor away form remains a problem for Hoffenheim as they are winless in last eight matches on the road (D3 L5), but a solid showing at Borussia Dortmund is enough to suggest they might be able to get something from the Stuttgart game. Therefore, we believe that draw is a realistic prediction here.
Highlighted Team (VfB Stuttgart):
VfB Stuttgart is a German football club from the regio Bad Canstatt. WIth over 44 000 members VfB Stuttgart can be considered as one of the top 10 biggest football clubs in the nation. The German football club was founded in 1912 and is playing in the Bundesliga since the very first day. VfB Stuttgart is currently playing it’s home games in the Mercedes-Benz Arena which was build in1933 and holds a capacity of 65 000 seats. The stadium is considered as one of the most impressive and modern stadiums in Germany. The club colors of VfB Stuttgart are White and Red. The VfB Stuttgart fans gave the club the nickname Die Schwaben.VfB Stuttgart is a succesful club in the Bundesliga winning the league title 5 times, the DFB Pokal 3 times and the Supercup once. The club from Bad Canstatt haven’t had any big successes in Europe yet. The club end as runner up in the Europacup II and the UEFA Cup. Important players in the history of Stuttgart are: Tomasson, Bierofka, Dunga, Elber, Gomez, Lahm, Kuranyi and Yakin.