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Paderborn VS Stuttgart

Paderborn 07 and Stuttgard face at the Benteler Arena, Paderbon, in a match for the last round of the Bundesliga.
The head to head history between both teams is very short. The only time they have faced before was in the first half of the season, in a match that ended in a 0-0 goalless draw.

Analysis of Paderborn

Paderborn is in the last place of the German league, with only 31 points, after 7 wins, 10 draws and 16 losses. Although they are last, they still have a chance to avoid relegation, but for that they need to win.
After a good season start, Paderborn had a series of bad results in the middle of the season, which started after losing against Schalke 04. After that round, the home team only won once, against Ausburg.
Goals in home matches usually happen in the second half. In 38% of the matches the result at halftime was 0-0. However, only 13% ended with no goals after the 90’. In fact, it’s remarkable that 75% of the matches have ended with Over 2,5 goals.
Probable Line-up: Kruse; Heinloth, Strohdiek, Hunemeier, Wemmer; Vrancic, Bakalorz, Rupp, Koc, Stoppelkamp; Lakic.
Coach: André Breitenreiter

Confirmed Lineup: L. Kruse, C. Strohdiek, M. Heinloth, U. Hünemeier, F. Hartherz, M. Vucinovic, M. Stoppelkamp, M. Bakalorz, M. Vrančić, S. Lakić, E. Kachunga.
Coach: A. Breitenreiter.

Analysis of Stuttgart

Stuttgard comes from two consecutive wins for the championship: 2-0 and 2-1 against Mainz 05 and Hamburg, respectively. However, the team is still in a position to fall into a relegation playoffs standing, but the team will avoid relegation with a win in this match.
In the last Stuttgard matches there have been a few goals. In 56% of the matches there were Over 2,5 goals, however, that is due to the team’s poor defence, which concedes an average of 1,94 goals per match.
Besides defensive and offensive difficulties, Stuttgard struggles to hold on to leads, since in the 6 matches they have opened up the score, they only won 2.
Probable Line-up: Ulreich; Schwaab, Rudiger, Baumgartl, Klein; Gentner, Serey Dié, Didavi, Harnik, Kostic; Ginczek.
Coach: Huub Stevens

Confirmed Lineup: S. Ulreich, T. Baumgartl, D. Schwaab, A. Rüdiger, F. Klein, D. Didavi, F. Kostić, C. Gentner, S. Dié, D. Ginczek, M. Harnik.
Coach: H. Stevens.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that there will be a few goals. We believe that not only because of the offensive power of both teams, but also because of their need to get points and avoid relegation. Therefore we expect an open match with goal opportunities for both teams.

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Bundesliga - 2014/2015

  • 100% 306 / 306 Games

  • Home team wins 47.39%
  • Draws 26.8%
  • Away team wins 25.82%
  • Over 1.5 74.84%
  • Over 2.5 51.31%
  • Over 3.5 32.35%
  • Goals 843
  • Goals /match 2.75
  • Goals /match home 1.59
  • Goals /match away 1.17
  • Both teams score 49.35%
  • Goals after 80' 17.08%
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