Bayern Munchen vs Eintracht Frankfurt Prediction, 18h45 on 06/10

After the series of sublimation matches in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich will continue to host the Eintracht Frankfurt in the German National Cup semifinal – DFB Pokal. Join us and check Bayern Munchen vs Eintracht Frankfurt prediction at 18h45 on 06/10/2020.

Bayern Munchen vs Eintracht Frankfurt prediction on 06/10

Coach Hansi Flick and his students are on their way to winning the 8th Bundesliga title in a row after a 4-2 win over Leverkusen over the weekend, in which Lewandowski hit 30 goals and Thomas Mueller reached 20 assists in this season. Both will burn out in the semi-final against Frankfurt when suspended for the next round of the Bundesliga.

Bayern Munchen vs Eintracht Frankfurt Prediction

In the semi-finals, the Gray Lobster will host Frankfurt, the opponent they crushed 5-2 at the Allianz Arena late last month, in a match where both Lewandowski and Mueller opened fire. Thiago is expected to play at the start of the injury, despite Leon Goretzka playing impressively in the central midfielder time.

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Meanwhile, Frankfurt will be more difficult because the key player on the line Filip Kinto is absent because of a 4-match ban. In terms of confrontation, Bayern also overwhelmed with 4 victories in the last 5 clashes. In addition, Bayern also won 15 of the last 17 hostings of Frankfurt.

Statistics worth noting:

– Lewandowski is ranked second in the list of goals scored in the German Cup with 3 goals.

– Neuer is holding a record of 33 clean sheets in the German Cup.

– If Bayern wins in 90 minutes, Mueller will balance the records of Maier and Gerd Mueller in the number of victories in the German Cup for Bayern, with 47 games.

– Frankfurt’s last victory at Bayern Munich has been since November 2000.

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Match Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

The absolute performance of Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga this year is making the opponents be wary and fearful when facing this team. With the Bundesliga trophy seemingly in the hands of the Gray Lobster, there’s no reason the team will not aim to conquer the German DFB Pokal this year.

Welcoming Eintracht Frankfurt in the semi-finals of the DFB Pokal is not a very difficult challenge for the team. Bayern Munchen vs Eintracht Frankfurt prediction that Gray Lobster will beat the opponent with a different score.

On the side of the guests, the performance is not impressive that the team ranked only 11th in the current Bundesliga rankings. In addition, the failure in the last round made the teachers and coach Adolf Hutter not appreciated in the semi-final here.

Past head-to-head performance does not support Eintracht Frankfurt; Most of the results show that the team has failed miserably with many goals. So it is difficult for the guests to have an optimistic result on this trip.

The bookie score odds of Bayern Munchen vs Eintracht Frankfurt prediction

  • The bookie gives a handicap: Bayern Munich has 2.5 handicaps
  • The bookie puts forward the Over/Under odds: 4 scores
  • Bayern Munchen vs Eintracht Frankfurt Prediction score: Bayern Munich 4-1 Eintracht Frankfurt

Having to face a strong team like Bayern Munich is really unfortunate for Eintracht Frankfurt. According to football experts, it is likely that this will be the stop of Eintracht Frankfurt in this year’s German Cup.

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Bayern Munchen vs Eintracht Frankfurt Prediction:

Bayern Munich: Manuel Neuer, Lucas Hernandez, Alphonso Davies, Benjamin Pavard, David Alaba, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller, Joshua Kimmich, Kingsley Coman, Robert Lewandowski.

Eintracht Frankfurt: Kevin Trapp, Makoto HASEBE, David Angel Abraham, Martin Hinteregger, Dominik Kohr, Sebastian Rode, Timothy Chandler, Daichi Kamada, Mijat Gacinovic, Filip Kostic, Andre Silva.