Hoffenheim vs Schalke – Fans of Hoffenheim will be hoping for a repeat of their team’s 1-2 Bundesliga 1 win over Werder Bremen last time out.

Hoffenheim had 43% of the possession in that game and 8 attempts on goal, with 2 of those being on goal. Andrej Kramari (50′) and Christoph Baumgartner (52′) scored goals for Hoffenheim.

Werder Bremen made 12 shots on goal, four of which were successful. Werder Bremen’s goal was scored by Amos Pieper (76′).

Hoffenheim hasn’t been able to hold out for a complete 90 minutes in recent memory all that often. They will be troubled by the fact that Hoffenheim has conceded seven goals while being scored against in six of their previous six games.

Hoffenheim has won their last two league games against Schalke without suffering a loss. Schalke and their supporters will be hoping for a better outcome this time after being beaten by Bayer Leverkusen in their most recent Bundesliga 1 match.

In that contest, Schalke had 48% of the control and 3 of its 12 shots on goal were successful. Bayer Leverkusen, their rivals, had 18 attempts at goal with 10 of them being on target. For Bayer Leverkusen, goals were made by Sardar Azmoun (92′), Florian Wirtz (61′), and Jeremie Frimpong (50′).

In their most recent six games, Thomas Reis’ Schalke have scored seven goals through the net. The total number of goals they have been outscored by in those same games is 7.

Pre-game statistics reveal that over the previous five league games, Schalke has failed to defeat Hoffenheim when playing away from home. They don’t have the greatest road records, but they haven’t lost in their last four away league games.

Hoffenheim vs Schalke – Betting Analysis

Looking at their most recent head-to-head matches dating back to October 20, 2019, we can see that Hoffenheim has won 4 of them, Schalke has won 1, and there have been 1 draw. During this time, a lot of goals were also tallied, 23 in total, for an average of 3.83 per game.

For Hoffenheim manager Pellegrino Matarazzo, Justin Che (muscular issues), Kasper Dolberg (concussion), Jacob Bruun Larsen (groin surgery), and Grischa Prömel (ankle fracture) won’t be able to participate. Due to his suspension, Munas Dabbur cannot participate in this contest.

Oliver Baumann, Pavel Kaderabek, John Anthony Brooks, Kevin Akpoguma, Robert Skov, Dennis Geiger, Angelo Stiller, Kevin Vogt, C. Baumgartner, Andrej Kramaric, and Ihlas Bebou are possible starters for Hoffenheim in a 3-4-1-2 formation.

Thomas Reis, the manager of Schalke, must select a squad with limited options. Sebastian Polter (cruciate ligament injury), Jere Uronen (adductor issues), Moritz Jenz (strain), Sepp van den Berg (foot injury), Justin Heekeren (cruciate ligament rupture), Tim Skarke (bruised foot), Soichiro Kozuki (ankle injury), Thomas Ouwejan (adductor issues), and Justin Heekeren (foot injury) are all out due to injuries and are not eligible to participate.

Ralf Fährmann, Cedric Brunner, Maya Yoshida, Leo Greiml, Henning Matriciani, Alex Kral, Dominick Drexler, Tom Krauß, Rodrigo Zalazar, Michael Frey, and Marius Bülter are possible starters for Schalke in a 4-3-3 configuration, according to our predictions.

We think that Schalke might find themselves up against it to score against this Hoffenheim lineup who will probably score the decisive goal that takes it throughout the course of the game.

What are the best odds for this match?

In terms of the bookies’ odds on the WDW market, staking on Hoffenheim is best priced at 1.94, betting on the draw is 3.75 and selecting the winning team to be Schalke gets you 3.74. They are the best of the returns being offered at this very moment.

Hoffenheim vs Schalke – Head -to- Head

Hoffenheim vs Schalke

Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals

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