On November 25, Eintracht Frankfurt and Stuttgart play a Bundesliga match at Deutsche Bank Park.
In their final match before the international break, Frankfurt rallied from 2 goals down against Werder Bremen away to earn a 2-2 draw; Ellyes Skhiri and Hrvoje Smolcic salvaged a point for their team. They are now five points behind Leipzig for the fourth and last Champions League qualifying slot, and in seventh place as a result of the outcome. Even though Frankfurt has never lost at home, the match on Saturday won’t be an easy one for the hosts. Nonetheless, winning 11 of a possible 15 points in the past few weeks has elevated both Frankfurt’s standing in the standings and Toppmoller’s standing in his first managing position in the top flight. At RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich, the 42-year-old served as Julian Nagelsmann’s assistant in the past. Due to a cold, Mario Gotze is definitely doubtful, and Mehdi Loune, Sebastian Rode, and Robin Koch are all out due to injury.
Following consecutive losses to Heidenheim and Hoffenheim, which also happened to coincide with star scorer Serhou Guirassy’s hamstring injury, Hoeness’ team bounced back by defeating Borussia Dortmund 2-1 at MHPArena in their most recent game. After trading goals with Niclas Fullkrug and Deniz Undav in the initial half, Guirassy made his comeback with a penalty kick with 7 minutes left, having only entered the game as a substitute. Stuttgart will look to pull together another outstanding winning streak in the upcoming weeks with the Guinea forward looking fully recovered. Given their recent performance, it is not completely ridiculous to think that Stuttgart will play in the Champions League for the very first time since 2009–2010. Enzo Millot and Nikolas Nartey are still in the recovery room, and Chris Fuhrich and Dan-Axel Zagadou are expected to be absent due to illness.
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Eintracht Frankfurt vs VfB Stuttgart Game Information
- Date: 11/25/2023
- Time: 11:30 AM
- Location: Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt, Germany
- How to Watch Frankfurt vs Stuttgart: ESPN+
- Live Stream: fubo.tv