Hertha Berlin had 42% of the game’s possession and 3 of its 10 attempts on goal were successful. Jessic Ngankam was the lone scorer for Hertha Berlin (77′).
Eight of Freiburg’s 16 shot efforts on goal were successful. Freiburg’s goal came from Vincenzo Grifo at the 52nd minute mark.
Hertha Berlin has scored goals in each of their last six games, continuing a streak in which they have scored after going out to play. During that period, they have accrued 7 while also giving up a total of 13.
Going into this match, RB Leipzig is coming off a 2-0 DFB-Pokal victory over Borussia Dortmund. RB Leipzig had 45% of the possession in that game and 11 of their 20 attempts on goal were successful.
Goals were made by RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner (22′) and Willi Orbán (90′). Borussia Dortmund, on the other hand, only had one of its two shots on goal actually hit the objective.
Recently, it has become apparent that games featuring RB Leipzig frequently result in at least one team failing to score. This has occurred five times in their last six encounters, according to the analysis.
In those games, the opposition has tallied 13 goals, while RB Leipzig has six. But it’s not certain that tendency will continue in this game. RB Leipzig had lost both of their previous league games on the road coming into this encounter.
Hertha Berlin vs RB Leipzig – Betting Analysis
Looking back at their previous face-to-face encounters from May 27, 2020, we can see that Hertha Berlin has not had positive results from these meetings.
They have been unable to win any games at all, with RB Leipzig being the superior of the two, defeating them in 83% of those encounters. Also, there were plenty of goals in those games—28 in total, or 4.67 goals per game.
The most recent league match between these teams took place on Bundesliga 1 Match Day 10 on October 15, 2022, with the final result being RB Leipzig 3-2 Hertha Berlin.
In that instance, RB Leipzig had 60% of the control and 15 shot attempts, with 5 of them being successful. Emil Forsberg (25′), Abdou Diallo (30′), and Willi Orbán (45′) scored the goals.
Five of Hertha Berlin’s 15 shots on goal were successful. Stevan Joveti (64′) and Dodi Lukébakio (62′) both tallied. Harm Osmers acted as the official.
For Hertha Berlin goalkeeper Sandro Schwarz, Chidera Ejuke (knee injury), Kelian Nsona (knee surgery), and Jean-Paul Botius (shoulder injury) won’t be able to play.
Oliver Christensen, Filip Uremovic, Marc-Oliver Kempf, Márton Dárdai, Tolga Cigerci, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Marvin Plattenhardt, Jonjoe Kenny, Lucas Tousart, Dodi Lukebakio, and Wilfried Kanga should all be selected for Hertha in a 3-5-2 configuration for this match.
Marco Rose, the manager of RB Leipzig, is currently concerned about some player health. Timo Schlieck (meniscal injury), Abdou Diallo (knee problems), Xaver Schlager (syndesmotic ligament tear), Christopher Nkunku (torn muscle fiber), Péter Gulácsi (cruciate ligament rupture), Yussuf Poulsen (calf problems), and Xaver Schlager (syndesmotic ligament tear) will not be participating.
Leipzig may opt to play a 4-4-2 formation with Janis Blaswich, Benjamin Henrichs, Willi Orban, Josko Gvardiol, Marcel Halstenberg, Dominik Szoboszlai, Konrad Laimer, Kevin Kampl, Timo Werner, Andre Silva, and Emil Forsberg, in our opinion.
Hertha Berlin may find it challenging to make any progress against this RB Leipzig team, who we predict will score at least once to take the lead.
What are the best odds for the game?
Regarding the current betting odds in the 90 min. result market, backing Hertha Berlin is available for 5.3, a bet on a drawn result is 4.2 and selecting a victory for RB Leipzig will get you 1.63. These are the top bets offered right now.
Hertha Berlin vs RB Leipzig – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Away Win or Draw