Stuttgart

form

All
SGE 1 - 1 VFB
D
VFB 5 - 1 S04
W
KOE 0 - 1 VFB
W
VFB 1 - 1 BSC
D
LEV 5 - 2 VFB
L
VFB 1 - 2 BMG
L
VFB 2 - 0 M05
W
SCF 2 - 1 VFB
L
DSC 3 - 0 VFB
L
VFB 2 - 2 BMG
D
Hamburger SV

form

All
STP 1 - 0 HSV
L
FWK 3 - 2 HSV
L
HSV 0 - 0 SGF
D
AUE 3 - 3 HSV
D
HSV 3 - 1 PAD
W
F95 0 - 0 HSV
D
EBS 2 - 4 HSV
W
HSV 5 - 0 OSN
W
HSV 3 - 1 REG
W
HSV 4 - 0 SVS
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (2 Draws)
11 Total wins 7
7 Home wins 5
4 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
3 Wins
1 Draw
1 Wins
VFB 3 - 2 HSV
VFB 3 - 2 HSV
HSV 1 - 2 VFB
HSV 6 - 2 VFB
VFB 1 - 1 HSV
11 Goals Scored 12
Games Over 2.5 Goals 4 / 5
Both Teams Scored 5 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. VfB Stuttgart have only lost more Bundesliga matches vs. FC Bayern (62) than against Hamburger SV (44). However, the Swabians have won each of the last three home clashes.
  2. HSV have won 44 Bundesliga games vs. VfB – more than against any other side. They won the reverse fixture 3-1, so have the chance to do the double over Stuttgart for the first time since 2009/10.
  3. Hamburg (19) and Stuttgart (25) have scored fewer goals than any other side this season.
  4. Stuttgart have contested seven league games under Tayfun Korkut – they’ve lost none of them. VfB have claimed 17 points in that period – the joint-most (level with Dortmund).
  5. The Swabians have kept three consecutive clean sheets at home under Korkut (W2, D1) – they haven’t kept four consecutive home shutouts since 2006/07 (5).
  6. 10 of VfB’s 11 wins this season, including each of their five under Korkut, have been by a one-goal margin – no other side can match this tally.
  7. VfB have claimed 26 points from 13 home games this term – only FCB (35) and RBL (28) have won more in front of their own fans. The Swabians have conceded just seven goals at home in 2017/18 – a league-best.
  8. Mario Gomez has scored six goals in the seven games since Korkut took over – only Hoffenheim’s Andrej Kramaric has netted more in that period (7).
  9. HSV have claimed 18 points from 27 games this term – a negative club record (previously 24 in 2013/14). All 20 teams with comparable returns at this stage have gone down.
  10. Hamburg are winless in 14 (D5, L9) – a negative club record (same as January-May 1967).
  11. Christian Titz named a team with an average age of 24.0 years old last weekend – it was their youngest starting XI for 44 years (January 1974; 2-1 loss away to Hertha).
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