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Werder Bremen – Hertha Berlin Prediction and Tips for today
Werder Bremen – Hertha Berlin Prediction and Tips for today, October 28, 2022
Football: GERMANY: BUNDESLIGA – ROUND 12
Kick-off: 19:30 Werder Bremen – Hertha Berlin
Tip: Under 3.5 Goals
Match Result: 1:0 WON!!!
Werder Bremen – Hertha Berlin Prediction and PREVIEW
- Werder Bremen are starting to struggle after losing their last two Bundesliga games, which is the same number of defeats they recorded across the first nine matchdays (W4, D3, L2). The honeymoon period appears to be coming to an end for the newly-promoted side, and with captain Marco Friedl sent off in the 14th minute during their 2-0 defeat at Freiburg last weekend, the loss of such an influential player could be felt in this match.
- After a 2-0 home loss to Mainz in their last match at the Weserstadion, 11th-placed Bremen are now the division’s second-worst home team (W1, D1, L3), although memories of a 5-1 win over Gladbach at the start of October shows this side can turn on the style when everything clicks. A second Bundesliga home win of the campaign seems possible here despite Bremen’s current blip, as nine H2H wins from their last 13 home meetings with Hertha Berlin (D3, L1) shows this team enjoy taking on the capital club.
- Hertha will travel with a boost in confidence after stopping a run of five winless league games (D4, L1) with a 2-1 victory against Schalke in the last round, in what was their first Bundesliga win this calendar year when conceding. It was their first home league win this season too, and club president Kay Bernstein had tears in his eyes in the aftermath as he declared a feeling of relief.
- However, the 13th-placed visitors have won just one away league game this season (W1, D1, L3), albeit all four other winless games came against opponents sitting in the top-half of the Bundesliga table. Their only away win came at Augsburg (2-0), a team that sits directly between Hertha and Bremen in the standings, which indicates Hertha can pull-off good results on the road against other mid-table sides.
- Players to watch: Mitchell Weiser has scored and assisted the only two Bremen goals across their last three games, and has won all three personal H2Hs he’s played in the Bundesliga. Dodi Lukébakio has scored in three of Hertha’s last four games, and he now faces the club he has his best goal average (0.75 per game) against in the Bundesliga (W2, D1, L1).
- Hot streak: Bremen have won all six historical Friday home league games they’ve played against Hertha by an aggregate 21-5 scoreline.