Hoffenheim

form

All
TSG 0 - 0 DSC
D
S04 4 - 0 TSG
L
TSG 1 - 3 SCF
L
TSG 2 - 2 * SGF
L
BMG 1 - 2 TSG
W
TSG 0 - 1 RBL
L
LEV 4 - 1 TSG
L
TSG 4 - 1 GNT
W
CZV 0 - 0 TSG
D
M05 1 - 1 TSG
D
Union Berlin

form

All
FCU 1 - 0 LEV
W
FCU 2 - 2 WOB
D
SVW 0 - 2 FCU
W
FCU 2 - 3 PAD
L
FCU 2 - 1 BVB
W
VFB 2 - 2 FCU
D
FCU 1 - 1 FCB
D
BSC 3 - 1 FCU
L
KOE 1 - 2 FCU
W
TSG 1 - 3 FCU
W
Head to Head
3 Matches (0 Draws)
2 Total wins 1
1 Home wins 0
1 Away wins 1
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
0 Draw
1 Wins
TSG 1 - 3 FCU
TSG 4 - 0 FCU
FCU 0 - 2 TSG
7 Goals Scored 3
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 3
Both Teams Scored 1 / 3
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Hoffenheim and Union have faced each other just twice before, both times in the Bundesliga last season. Hoffenheim kept a clean sheet in both meetings (2-0 A, 4-0 H).
  2. Hoffenheim’s record across their first two meetings with Union is the best of any current Bundesliga side (W2, aggregate scoreline: 6-0). TSG only boast a similar record against Arminia (W2, aggregate scoreline: 5-0 in 2008/09).
  3. Hoffenheim are the only Bundesliga side that Union have failed to score against.
  4. Hoffenheim have lost just one of their last 11 meetings against teams from Berlin (3-0 loss to Hertha in May 2020), winning seven of these games (D3).
  5. For the first time since May, Hoffenheim have taken just one point across a run of three Bundesliga games. Back then, they followed it up with a 1-1 draw against the later-relegated Paderborn.
  6. Before bringing in Sebastian Hoeneß, Hoffenheim won 4-0 against Union in their last Bundesliga home game under interim head coach Matthias Kaltenbach (MD33, 2019/20).
  7. A point in Sinsheim would see Union extend an ongoing club record by going unbeaten in five games for the first time in their short Bundesliga history.
  8. Union have lost just one of their last four Bundesliga away games (W1, most recently D2): a 4-0 defeat to Hoffenheim on matchday 33 in 2019/20.
  9. Since March, the Berliners have scored 13 of their 22 competitive goals from set pieces, including each of their last seven goals on the road (5x corners, 2x free-kicks).
  10. Hoffenheim are hoping for Andrej Kramaric’s return. Without their top striker, TSG have averaged just 0.5 goals and 0.5 points per Bundesliga game this season – when he’s played, they’ve averaged 2.7 goals and 2.0 points per game.
Read More
Comments ()