RB Leipzig vs Stuttgart– After a 1-1 draw with Bayern Munich in Bundesliga 1, RB Leipzig will take the field in this match. RB Leipzig had 41% of the possession in that game and had 10 shots on goal, one of which was on goal.
Marcel Halstenberg (52′) was the lone player for RB Leipzig to get a goal. Bayern Munich, on the other hand, made 7 attempts at goal, with one of them being successful.
Bayern Munich’s Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scored in the 37th second. Their most recent outcomes demonstrate that the RB Leipzig defense possesses this caliber.
The number of goals scored by RB Leipzig throughout the course of their previous six games stands at 4, demonstrating their defensive tenacity.
Time will tell if such a tendency might be repeated in this game because no two matches are the same. Stuttgart and Mainz tied 1-1 in the match before this one in Bundesliga 1.
Stuttgart had a 56% possession advantage and 16 shots on goal, with 4 of them being successful. Serhou Guirassy was the lone scorer for Stuttgart (36′).
Mainz 05 had 13 shots at goal at the other end, and just two of them were successful. The Mainz goal came from Marcus Ingvartsen (40′).
The numbers don’t deceive; Stuttgart has allowed 13 goals in their last six games, scoring against them in six of those contests. Stuttgart can undoubtedly play much better defense.
RB Leipzig vs Stuttgart- Betting Analysis
Looking back at their previous head-to-head matches from February 16, 2019, we can see that Stuttgart has had terrible luck in these games.
They have been unable to win any games at all, whereas RB Leipzig has been able to come out on top in 83% of those games.
In these games, they combined to score 15 goals, with Leipzig scoring 13 of them and Stuttgart scoring 2. That equals 2.5 goals per game on average.
The two teams’ most recent league meeting ended in a 1-1 draw on August 7, 2022, in Bundesliga 1 Match Day 1 between Stuttgart and RB Leipzig.
At that point, Stuttgart had 32% of the ball and 11 shot attempts, two of which were successful. Naouirou Ahamada was their lone player to register a goal (31′).
RB Leipzig, on the other hand, had 27 shots total, 9 of which were on goal. (8′) Christopher Nkunku made a goal. Tobias Stieler served as the referee.
Due to knee ligament tears, RB Leipzig manager Marco Rose will be without Péter Gulácsi and Christopher Nkunku.
Bruno Labbadia, the coach of Stuttgart, does not have a full roster to choose from. Laurin Ulrich (flu), Borna Sosa (adductor issues), and Dan-Axel Zagadou (torn ankle ligament) will not play in this match.
It appears that Stuttgart will have to play at the top of their game to score against an RB Leipzig lineup that, if all goes as planned, will likely dominate this game.
At the conclusion of regulation, RB Leipzig will have won by a commanding score of 3-0.
What are the best odds for the game?
Checking the latest betting odds for this match in the WDW market, backing RB Leipzig is best priced at 1.5, a wager on the draw is 4.5, and putting your money on the win for Stuttgart can be had at 5.95. These are the top prices that can be secured at present.
RB Leipzig vs Stuttgart – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Home to Win