Stuttgart vs Schalke – Stuttgart is ready for this match after a 0-0 draw with Cologne in Bundesliga 1. Stuttgart had 36% of the ball in that game and made 14 attempts on goal, scoring on five of them. On the other hand,
Köln made 7 attempts at goal, and just 2 of them were successful. Stuttgart has scored six goals in total throughout its last six games under Pellegrino Matarazzo.
On the other hand, they have had five goals scored against them in those contests. have won their last 3 games against Schalke without losing a league match. are winless in their last two league games at home.
Following their loss to Union Berlin in their most recent Bundesliga 1 match, Schalke will be looking to rebound in this contest.
In that contest, Schalke had 59% of the possession and made 15 efforts on goal, scoring on six of them. Marius Bülter was the lone scorer for Schalke (31′). Union Berlin had 12 shots on goal overall, with 7 of those being on target.
Union Berlin scored goals through Morten Thorsby (6′), Sheraldo Becker (36′, 46′), Janik Haberer (45′), and Sven Michel (87′, 90′).
At least three goals have been scored in five of the last six games that Schalke have played in. During that stretch, 3.83 goals were scored on average per game,
with 1.83 goals on average coming from Schalke. We’ll have to wait and see if this pattern carries over into the next game. Schalke’s last two league games without an away victory are coming up in this match.
Stuttgart vs Schalke– Betting Analysis
Looking back at their previous head-to-head encounters from 10/09/2017, Stuttgart has won one, Schalke has won three, and there have been two draws.
During this time, they combined to score 18 goals, with 8 coming from Stuttgart and 10 coming from Schalke. This results in an average of three goals being scored every game.
Bundesliga 1 Match Day 23, which took place on February 27, 2021, and featured the two teams, ended with a score of Stuttgart 5-1 Schalke.
Stuttgart had 49% of the ball at that point, made 17 attempts on goal, and scored nine goals. Wataru Endo (10′, 26′), Saa Kalajdi (34′), Philipp Klement (88′), and Daniel Didavi (92′) were the goal scorers.
Schalke, on the other hand, made 10 attempts at goal, of which 5 were successful. The scorer was Sead Kolainac (40′). Pellegrino Matarazzo of Stuttgart is without Florian Schock (Corona virus),
Tanguy Coulibaly (toe injury), and Nikolas Nartey (torn muscle fiber). Due to his ban, Luca Pfeiffer is ineligible to play in this game.
Frank Kramer, the Schalke manager, has a fully healthy squad from which to choose, so he has no fitness concerns going into this match.
Stuttgart vs Schalke – Head -to- Head