Hoffenheim vs Hertha Berlin – After dropping their most recent match to Freiburg 2-1 in Bundesliga 1, Hoffenheim needs a win to get back on track.
During that contest, Hoffenheim had a 40% share of the possession and had 12 shots on goal, with only one of those shots being successful. Angelo Stiller of Hoffenheim scored the goal in the 48th minute.
On the other side, Freiburg had 9 shots on goal, of which they were successful with 3. Both Maximilian Eggestein (5′) and Ritsu Dan (89′) were able to find the back of the net for Freiburg.
Hoffenheim has struggled to get past defenders recently. They have only tallied 4 goals against other teams in their last six games. Additionally, Hoffenheim allowed 13 goals to be tallied against them in those games.
Hoffenheim has lost to Hertha Berlin in their last two league games, according to their prior performance.
They have failed to win a single one of the previous nine league matches played at home. They are going to have a strong desire to put an end to this streak.
Hertha Berlin and Mainz drew 1-1 in their prior match in Bundesliga 1. Hertha Berlin had 40% of the control in that game and 4 of their 11 shots were on goal.
Jessic Ngankam scored for Hertha Berlin at the 18-second mark. Mainz 05 made 6 efforts on goal at the other end, scoring 3 goals. For Mainz, a goal was struck at the 57-second mark.
Goals have been seen as many as 22 times in the previous 6 matches Hertha Berlin have taken the field, producing an average of 3.67 goals for each match, demonstrating their preference for action-packed contests.
Of this sum, 13 have been attained by their opponents. Leaving that aside, we now have to watch to see if the pattern will repeat itself in this game.
Hertha Berlin had lost their previous two league matches against Hoffenheim when they faced them away from home prior to this match.
For the previous eight league games, they have failed to triumph on the road. There will undoubtedly be a need for their journey assistance here.
Hoffenheim vs Hertha Berlin – Betting Analysis
Looking at their most recent head-to-head encounters, which date back to May 16, 2020, Hoffenheim has won three of them and Hertha Berlin has won two, with one game being drawn.
During the course of these matches, the two teams combined to achieve a total of 16 goals, with Hoffenheim contributing 8 goals and Hertha contributing 8 goals. On a per-game basis, there is an average of 2.67 goals tallied.
The previous league match between these teams occurred on Bundesliga 1 Match Day 8 on Tuesday, October 2, 2022, with the final result being Hertha Berlin 1, Hoffenheim 0.
In that incident, Hertha Berlin had 43% of the control and 5 of its 14 shots were on goal. Dodi Lukébakio scored (at 37′). Four of the 16 goal efforts Hoffenheim made were successful. In the 25th second, Andrej Kramari scored. Christian Dingert was the official umpire.
For Hoffenheim goalkeeper Pellegrino Matarazzo, the following players won’t be playing Kevin Vogt (torn abductor muscle), Stanley Nsoki (hip issues), Grischa Prömel (ankle fracture), Sebastian Rudy (thigh issues), Justin Che (muscular issues), and Jacob Bruun Larsen (groin surgery). Ozan Kabak’s suspension prevents him from participating in this contest.
Sandro Schwarz, the manager of Hertha Berlin, does not have a complete roster to choose from. Wilfried Kanga (toe injury), Kelian Nsona (knee surgery), Jean-Paul Botius (shoulder injury), and Chidera Ejuke (knee injury) will not be present.
Hertha Berlin should be able to defeat this Hoffenheim team and score a goal, but that doesn’t mean they won’t also give up a few goals down the other end of the field.
What are the best odds for this match?
Looking at what the bookmakers’ view is of this game on the full-time result market, putting your money on Hoffenheim is available for 2.08, backing a draw is 3.56 and putting your money on the winning team to be Hertha Berlin is 3.56. These are the best of the bets offered at the current time.