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Germany: Werder Bremen in danger, a joker to improve

Last updated 1 month ago | By AFP

Borussia Dortmund v Werder Bremen - Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, Germany - February 5, 2019 Werder Bremen's Max Kruse and Jiri Pavlenka celebrate after the match REUTERS/Leon Kuegeler

The club in the green and white tunic can hope to get out of the red zone with the reception of Eintracht, the worst away team this season. A victory would ensure him to overtake the potential barrister Düsseldorf to rise to Mainz, the first non-relegation.

Since the post-coronavirus recovery, Bremen has regained colors by garnering seven points in four games, including the last three won Saturday at Schalke (1-0).

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At the same time, his defense, usually so porous, was able to fill the gaps. She has remained waterproof over the last three meetings, especially against Mönchengladbach (0-0) and her pair of French strikers Alassane Pléa and Marcus Thuram, although in great shape.

Wednesday, she will have to resist the assaults of the Portuguese striker André Silva, loaned to Frankfurt by AC Milan, and put down the partners of the goalkeeper Kevin Trapp, trapped in 12th place far from their initial ambitions.

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After this late meeting, there will be five more days to go.

Late match for day 24 of the German Championship:

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(8:30 p.m.) Werder Bremen - Eintracht Frankfurt

Classification: Pts JGNP bp bc dif

1. Bayern Munich 67 29 21 4 4 86 28 58

2. Dortmund 60 29 18 6 5 80 35 45

3. RB Leipzig 58 29 16 10 3 74 31 43

4. Mönchengladbach 56 29 17 5 7 57 35 22

5. Bayer Leverkusen 56 29 17 5 7 54 36 18

6. Wolfsburg 42 29 11 9 9 41 36 5

7. Hoffenheim 42 29 12 6 11 40 48 -8

8. Friborg 38 29 10 8 11 38 41 -3

9. Hertha Berlin 38 29 10 8 11 43 50 -7

10. Schalke 04 37 29 9 10 10 34 46 -12

11. Cologne 34 29 10 4 15 46 56 -10

12. Eintracht Frankfurt 32 28 9 5 14 46 53 -7

13. Augsburg 31 29 8 7 14 40 56 -16

14. Union Berlin 31 29 9 4 16 34 52 -18

15. Mainz 28 29 8 4 17 37 62 -25

16. Fortuna Düsseldorf 27 29 6 9 14 31 58 -27

17. Werder Bremen 25 28 6 7 15 30 59 -29

18. SC Paderborn 19 29 4 7 18 32 61 -29

Editor's note: The first 4 are qualified directly in the Champions League.

Two German teams enter the Europa League directly: either the Cup winner and the 5th in the Bundesliga, or the 5th and 6th in the Bundesliga (if the Cup winner is qualified for C1).

Another team (the 6th or the 7th in the championship), goes through the qualifications of the Europa League.

The last two in the championship (17th and 18th) are relegated to D2, the 16th contests a round-trip jump-off with the 3rd of D2.

 

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