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Germany BundesligaBundesliga Match PredictionsHamburg vs Hertha Berlin: Prediction, Betting odds, Possible lineups and Press conference

Hamburg vs Hertha Berlin: Prediction, Betting odds, Possible lineups and Press conference

Hamburg vs Hertha Berlin
German Bundesliga
Relegation Playoffs 2nd leg
7:30pm UK
Monday 23rd May 2022.
Imtech Arena

Prediction

HSV managed to get away with the result in the away leg. Despite not being able to dominate the fixture, the club were clearly the side with the momentum. Based on the current form and an impressive home record I have backed the hosts to get the job done.

The Old Lady despite having competed in the top flight have scored in their preceding four away fixtures. Their opponents meanwhile have managed just three clean sheets in their last five home games. Hence expect both teams to score in this do or die situation.

Hamburg vs Hertha Berlin: Betting odds

  • Full time result: Hamburg @ 2.30 odds.
  • Both teams to score @ 1.86 odds.

Possible lineups

Hamburger SV

Heuer; Heyer, Vuskovic, Schonlau, Muheim; Reis, Meffert, Rohr; Jatta, Glatzel, Kittel

Hertha Berlin

Christensen; Pekarik, Boyata, Kempf, Plattenhardt; Serdar, Stark, Tousart, Mittelstadt; Jovetic, Belfodil

Pre match press conference

Hertha Berlin manager Felix Magath: “We’ve been in this situation for the last four games. That’s how I see it now, too. I’m convinced that we’ll be able to put this setback behind us as well.”

“At the moment we are out. We’ve nothing to lose. The situation is now reversed compared to Thursday. Now HSV is the one with something to lose. Now the pressure is on HSV. That’s why I see the situation as the better one for us now and I think we’ll have a good chance to turn it around in the second leg.”

Hamburg head-coach Tim Walter: “Everyone knows that we are totally focused on the game and feel incredibly excited. You saw what the guys are capable of. We are brave and confident in ourselves!”

“Between the two relegation games it’s important to regenerate and regain your strength. There’s no time to think ‘what if?’ We’re only halfway through and we’ll continue on Monday. We know what’s ahead of us tomorrow night and what we have to do. Everyone in the club is bursting with energy and we will bring that onto the pitch tomorrow.”

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