On Saturday, an exciting Bundesliga match is happening between Stuttgart and Freiburg. Stuttgart are unbeaten with two draws from their opening two matches, while Freiburg have won one and lost one.
Matarazzo’s side would travel to newly-promoted Werder Bremen with confidence of picking up the win After claiming an impressive draw against RB Leipzig on the opening day. Despite falling behind after only four minutes to Fullkrug’s bullet header, they were moments away from doing exactly that after Endo and Silas struck either side of half time, but Oliver Burke came off the bench to score a dramatic equalizer in injury time.
After producing a backs-against-the-wall display versus Leipzig, Die Roten showed that they can dominate matches, too, with 14 shots to Bremen’s five across the 90 minutes. Silas’s strike was his first Bundesliga goal in over 18 months, too, after a desperately unlucky period with injuries. The winger was superbly played in behind by Sasa Kalajdzic’s slide-rule pass, with Matarazzo understandably determined to retain the services of his star striker despite interest from elsewhere.
After a dominant 4-0 win away to Augsburg on the opening day, Freiburg looked set to go on a run having finished sixth last season as well as losing to Leipzig in the DFB-Pokal final. However, after Michael Gregoritsch bagged his second goal in two games with another towering header to provide them with a half time lead against Borussia Dortmund last Friday, Breisgau-Brasilianer were stunned late on after looking likely to hold onto a crucial victory.
Credit must go to Dortmund’s Edin Terzic, who acted decisively by making several changes to try and positively influence his side’s suffering performance levels. In the end, it was teenagers Jamie Bynoe-Gittens and Moukoko scoring the crucial goals before Marius Wolf wrapped up a smash-and-grab win late on. Bynoe-Gittens’s effort should have been dealt with by Freiburg’s Flekken, but the usually reliable stopper’s attempted catch went horribly wrong as the ball squirmed through his hands.
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Stuttgart vs Freiburg Game Information
- Date: 08/20/2022
- Time: 09:30 AM ET
- Location: Mercedes-Benz-Arena, Stuttgart.
- How to Watch: Stuttgart vs Freiburg ESPN+
- Live Stream: fubo.tv
Stuttgart vs Freiburg Betting Lines
Stuttgart is +165 according to our Vegas Bundesliga Lines. This means that if you wager $100 you have the chance to win $165. On the other side, Freiburg is +165 according to the Vegas Bundesliga Lines. This means that if you wager $100 you have the chance to win $165.
The implied probability for these two teams attached to the betting lines has Stuttgart at a 37.74% chance of winning the game, meanwhile Freiburg has 37.74% probability of finishing the game with the W.
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