Eintracht visits Opel Arena this Monday to face Mainz in the last game of Bundesliga's week 13.
The home team has a surprising record in the Bundesliga as they are yet to concede a draw in 12 games played so far in the competition. Mainz appointed Achim Beierlorzer as their new manager last week and the team reacted well to the change as they managed to get an incredible 5-1 victory at Hoffenheim last week. Currently sitting in the first spot outside the relegation zone, Beierlorzer will make his home debut trying to secure 3 important points to keep the team safer in the competition. With 31 goals conceded so far, Mainz will try to improve its defensive stats as the team has the worst record in this chapter in the competition.
Dong-won Ji (Cartilage damage); Aaron Seydel (Fitness); Phillipp Mwene (Fitness)
Eintracht has lost four of their five Bundesliga away games this season. The team failed to keep a clean sheet in any of the last eight games in all competitions but comes from an incredible and motivating victory against Arsenal at Emirates. Despite coming from 3 defeats in the last 4 Bundesliga matches, Frankfurt averages almost 2 goals per game in the competition and a win tonight means they'll be just 4 points behind league's top-4 positions. Frankfurt failed to beat Mainz away from home in the last 11 occasions so tonight will be a tough task for Adi Hutter's team.
Kevin Trapp (Shoulder); David Abraham (Suspended)
Both teams are confident for this game after their latest results. Mainz is yet to concede a draw and Eintracht hasn't drawn away from home.
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