Eintracht Frankfurt and Augsburg will kick off the 21th round of the Bundesliga

Eintracht Frankfurt and Augsburg will kick off the 21th round of the Bundesliga with a game at the Commerzbank-Arena in Frankfurt. Let’s take a look at it in our soccer matches tomorrow.


It seems that Eintracht are starting to find some improvement after a difficult period for the club. So far in the season they underperformed, which is the reason why Eintracht are currently 11th in the standings with 25 points. They are doing better lately, though. In their last three matches Adi Hutter’s boys won twice and made onew draw, which is really an improvement.


In the previous round Eintracht visited Fortuna Dusseldorf and had the luck to get a point after a very late equalising goal. Timothy Chandler saved the visitors from a defeat with a goal in the 93th minute of the game.


Although Eintracht’s performance in Dusseldorf was far from their most impressive, it gives the club some hope of a better performance in the remaining 14 rounds.


Augsburg approach this fixture after their 7th win for the season. Last week Martin Schmidt’s team hosted Werder Bremen at the WWK Arena and celebrated a 2-1 win. Tin Jedvaj scored himself an own goal, but in the second half Florian Niederlechner and Ruben Vargas turned the game around for the hosts.


Both managers have some squad problems before this game on Friday.


Augsburg’s Martin Schmidt can’t use Tomas Koubek, Fabian Giefer, Julian Schieber and Sergio Cordova who are all injured.


In the same time Eintracht will be without Bas Dost, Gelson Fernandes, Nils Stendera and Lucas Torro who are all sidelined, too.


These are our soccer matches tomorrow prediction for the Bundesliga fixture from the 21th round between Eintracht Frankfurt and Augsburg. It’d be interesting to see if Eintracht are really starting to improve or it was just a short phase of winnning for them.