Our football match prediction:
Despite creating a number of clear-cut chances to score in Saturday’s football match against Wolfsburg, the Red Bulls eventually suffered a 1-0 loss to Andries Jonker’s troops at their Red Bull Arena. Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team, though, remained in second position in the standings and they are on the right track to book their place in the Champions League. Their next rivals Werder Bremen failed to extend their winning run in the league to four games, but they were more than happy with one point from Friday’s clash against Bayer Leverkusen. The BayArena outfit missed a penalty in the dying seconds of the match, meaning that the Werderaner were more than fortunate not to suffer a loss on Matchday 25. Max Kruse, who scored a brace in a 2-0 win over Darmstadt, will be the man to watch in the home team. Taking everything into account, both teams are likely to go for a win in the Weserstadion clash and we predict that fans will see a real football festival this time out.
Highlighted 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 (RB Leipzig):
Leipzig are a professional football club founded in 2009. Die Bullen (The Bulls) were unbeaten in the 2012/2013 Regionalliga Nordost and, as a result, they secured promotion to the 3. Liga. After finishing the 2013/2014 3. Liga campaign in second place in the standings, Leipzig were promoted to the 2. Bundesliga and they competed in the German second tier for two seasons. Despite suffering a loss to Karlsruher on the last day of the 2015/2016 2. Bundesliga campaign, die Bullen secured promotion to the Bundesliga for the first time ever. Leipzig play their home games at Red Bull Arena (42,959) and it has to be noted that the stadium was opened in 1954. Die Bullen wear white shirts and red shorts while their away kit is blue and yellow. Ralph Hasenhuttl was appointed as the team’s manager at the end of the 2015/2016 season and you should know that the likes of Ralf Rangnick, Achim Beierlorzer, Alexander Zorniger, Peter Pacult, Tomas Oral and Tino Vogel were in charge of the team in the past as well.