Hertha Berlin to beat Augsburg (14:30)

Hertha have been in great nick since the restart, taking seven points from an available nine.

Their only draw in that sequence came against RB Leipzig on Wednesday after battling back from a goal down.

Augsburg’s goalless draw with Paderborn in midweek means it’s one win in eight for the relegation candidates.

Wolfsburg to beat Frankfurt (14:30)

After a wasteful performance against Freiburg on Tuesday, Frankfurt's form looks even more worrying.

Adi Hutter’s side have lost five and drawn one of their last six league games – a run that has taken them to within two points of the relegation play-off spot.

Wolfsburg pulled out the performance of the round to beat in-form Leverkusen 4-1 in midweek. That was their second win out of three since the restart and we can expect another here.


BTTS: No – Schalke v Werder Bremen (14:30)

No side in the Bundesliga has been involved in fewer BTTS games than Schalke, with both teams scoring in just half of their 28 games.

David Wagner’s side lost 2-1 to Dusseldorf in midweek, but that was only the second time in eight games in which both teams have netted.

Werder Bremen have an identical record over the same amount of matches, while there has been just one goal in their last two.

Wolfsburg v Frankfurt (14:30)

Frankfurt have the second-highest BTTS ratio in the Bundesliga, with both teams scoring in 18 of their 27 matches.

All three of their games since lockdown have featured goals at both ends.

Both of Wolfsburg’s victories in the same period, meanwhile, have come despite failing to keep a clean sheet.


Matheus Cunha (Hertha Berlin) to score v Augsburg (14:30)

Hertha have been in fantastic form since the restart, backing up 3-0 and 4-0 victories with an impressive 2-2 draw at Leipzig on Wednesday.

Cunha was on the scoresheet in both of those victories, netting four goals in seven appearances overall since signing in January.

Only Robert Lewandowski has had more efforts on goal per game in the division this season, and he takes on an Ausburg side that have conceded at least twice in six of their last seven away matches.

Andre Silva (Frankfurt) to score v Wolfsburg (14:30)

Despite Frankfurt’s poor form, Silva is worth taking a punt on to continue his good form at Wolfsburg.

The Portuguese international racked up an xG of 1.34 in Tuesday’s draw with Freiburg, scoring his side’s only goal in that game.

He has scored five goals in his last seven matches and takes on a Wolfsburg team with two clean sheets in 16 league matches.

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