Our football match prediction:
Following three consecutive wins over the likes of Hamburger, Ingolstadt and Hertha Berlin, Werder Bremen suffered a 4-3 loss to Koln on Friday evening. Die Werderaner dropped to eighth place in the Bundesliga standings, but they are only one point behind the Europa League berth ahead of Matchday 33. The Weserstadion outfit have been impressive on home soil in the second half of the season and you should bear in mind that they are eyeing their sixth consecutive victory in front of home fans. We predict that Werder Bremen will find the net in Saturday’s football match against Hoffenheim, but beating the fourth-placed team is easier said than done. Julian Nagelsmann’s men are enjoying a season to remember and they are likely to book their place in the Champions League qualifiers. Hoffenheim suffered a 2-1 loss to Borussia Dortmund at the weekend, but they are definitely capable of grabbing something from the Werder Bremen clash.
Highligted Player (Niklas Moisander):
Despite playing for Ajax during his youth career, Niklas Moisander began started playing for Finnish side TPS at senior level. However, after making 17 league appearances for the club in the 2002/2003 season, he returned to Ajax on 5 June, 2003. Moisander played for Jong Ajax in Beloften Eredivisie and in 2006 he joined Zwolle. The Finnish defender signed for fellow Eredivisie side AZ Alkmaar in 2008 and he spent four years at the club. In 2012 he returned to Ajax and he started playing for the Amsterdam Arena outfit on regular basis. After making 77 league appearances for Ajax between 2012 and 2015, he joined Sampdoria on March 2015 on a free transfer. Moisander signed a three-year deal with the club and he played 22 league games for La Samp in the 2015/2016 Serie A campaign. At the end of the season he moved to Werder Bremen. The former Ajax footballer was born on 29 September, 1985 in Turku, Finland.
Highlighted Team (Hoffenheim):
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim is a German sport club from Hoffenheim in the Baden-Wurttemberg region. The football division played in season 2001/2002 for the first time in the Regionalliga Sud: the third highest football division in Germany. In 2007 the club managed to get to the 2. Bundesliga. One year later in 2007/2008 the club even managed to reach the 1. Bundesliga. Hoffenheim plays it’s home games in the Rhein-Neckar-Arena which was built in 1999. The venue holds a capacity of 32 000 and is one of the most modern stadiums in Germany. The club colours of Hoffenheim are blue and white. The most known nickname for the club is Hoffe. The most famous football player that played for Hoffenheim was Luiz Gustavo.