Bundesliga calendar, today’s matches

Five matches scheduled on Saturday in the Bundesliga: at 15:30 Wolfsburg-Eintracht, Bayern on the field at 18:30 against Fortuna Dusseldorf. Everything you need to know about today’s matches

Wolfsburg-Eintracht Frankfurt
Start at 15:30 – After Leverkusen’s brilliant victory, Wolfsburg are looking for more points for the race to Europe against an Eintracht in black crisis (1 point out of the last 5). The precedents between the two teams smile at the Wolves (5 hits in the last 7), but watch out for the field factor: Glasner’s team has only won twice in the last 7 games played at home.

Mainz-Hoffenheim
Starts at 15:30 – with a 3-1 win against Cologne, Hoffenheim broke the negative trail of 8 matches (3 draws and 5 defeats). With a single point margin in the playout area, the hosts are called upon to find a victory that has been missing for five days. Hoffenheim, in seventh place, aims to stay in touch with the Europa League area. However, the historian smiles in Mainz: 42 goals in previous games against Biancoblù, never so many against any other Bundsliga team.

Schalke 04-Werder Bremen
It starts at 3:30 pm – Great classic among the “falls” of German football. Since the Bundesliga resumed on May 16, the Gelsenkirchen team has been the only one to lose. Four points instead for Werder, who has so far built his ranking away from home (16 points out of 22) but remains nailed to the penultimate place at -5 from Fortuna Dusseldorf. A curiosity: Werder Bremen is the favorite victim of Schalke among the participants in the current championship (38 knockouts), but at the same time he has won more games against Schalke than against any other in the Bundesliga (43 out of 101).

Hertha Berlin-Augsburg
Starts at 3:30 pm – Thanks to a penalty from Piatek in the final, Hertha came out undefeated from Leipzig leading his streak in five games. Back from a draw, but with a very different taste, also the Augsburg: 0-0 at home against Paderborn. The 4-0 first leg is the biggest win of the red and white season, but before that game the Berliners had won or drawn their previous 9 games against Augusta.

Bayern Munich-Fortuna Dusseldorf
Starts at 6.30pm – During the last midweek round, a splendid lob from Kimmich threw Bayern into the game against Borussia Dortmund. Now the Flick team tries to escape, at +7 on the pursuers. But be careful when Fortuna Dusseldorf is in shape, third last but without defeats in the last 6 games. Although the last 6 challenges against Bayern ended in goleada for the leaders, always with at least 3 goals in their resources.