Our prediction for this Bundesliga match:
After coming from behind to beat relegation-threatened Stuttgart at the weekend, Mainz will be looking to clinch their place in the Europa League with a win over Hertha, who are eyeing a place in the European competitions as well. The capital club have been totally out of form of late and it has to be noted that they are on a five-game losing run in all competitions ahead of the trip to Mainz. Hertha emerged triumphant in each of previous two meetings with Mainz, but given the team’s poor form, we predict that the hosts will pick up all three points from Saturday’s football match. Over the years die Nullfunfer have turned their Coface Arena into a real fortress and, taking everything into account, they are likely to record their ninth home win of the season. Colombian striker John Cordoba scored in the 3-1 win over Stuttgart and he is likely to prove a handful for the opposition back line.
Highlighted Team (FSV Mainz):
1. FSV Mainz 05 is a German football club from the city Mainz. The club managed to reach the highest German football division the Bundesliga in 2009. FSV Mainz was founded in 1905. The club host it’s home game in the Coface Arena which holds a capacity of 35 000 seats. The stadium was build in 2011 and is considered as one of the most modern stadiums in the nation.
De most known nickname for FSV Mainz is Die 05’er. The club colours are red and white. FSV Mainz never won a title in their history. Not in the Bundesliga and not even in the 2. Bundesliga or the 3. Bundesliga.
Mainz managed to reach the UEFA Cup in 2005/2006 where they lost against Sevilla FC. In 2011/2012 and 2014/2015 the club from Mainz got knocked out in the qualification stage. Known players that played in the Mainz kit in their career are: Holtby, Schurrle, Klop pand Subotic.