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Germany BundesligaBundesliga Match PredictionsHertha Berlin vs Hamburg: Prediction, Betting odds and Press conference

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

Hertha Berlin vs Hamburg
Relegation Playoffs 1st leg
7:30 pm UK
Thursday 19th May 2022


Hertha had an incredible run of home games towards the end of 2021. However, the reason they are in the relegation playoffs can be pointed out to their dreadful home form since then.

With that being said, the club has won two of their last four matches at home against top flight opponents. Meanwhile, their opponents have failed to win four of their previous seven fixtures on road. Therefore, the hosts should just about get the upper hand in the 1st leg.

More than four goals were scored on average in the last six fixtures at this venue. Furthermore, the away fixtures of Hamburg have been high scoring fixtures as well in recent times. Hence, expect at least three goals from this game.

Hertha Berlin vs Hamburg: Betting odds

  • Draw no bet: Hertha Berlin @ 1.74 odds.
  • Over 2.5 goals @ 2.10 odds.

Pre match press conference

Hamburg coach Tim Walter: “We are young and hungry and we are full of vigour, full of anticipation. My boys are brave. That’s what we might have ahead of Hertha.”

“I am convinced that we have the momentum on our side. And yet we know that Hertha has a very high individual quality. We have the euphoria, the anticipation on our side, we want to play this out.”

“The games have the character of a cup. We want to win these games. Now we want to achieve what we set ourselves as a goal.”

“We have to stay calm, do exactly what we’ve been doing all season. Every game is the same. It might be eye-catching for others. We’re going to Berlin to win.”

Hertha Berlin coach Felix Magath:“I have a lot in common with HSV.”.

“It would be nonsense to say that I don’t give a damn that HSV is the opponent. Of course that’s not true. But it doesn’t matter either. I focus on my team and my job.”

“If everything goes normally and nothing unusual happens, then we have a good chance of winning the relegation.”