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Hertha Berlin vs Werder Bremen – Bundesliga Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Match Prediction

Match Day 18 encounter, with Hertha taking on Werder on Saturday the 23rd of January, 2021, at X.

Hertha hosted Hoffenheim on Tuesday, went 0-1 down in the 33rd minute, failed to react effectively, conceded again in the 68th minute, and with the game already decided, they saw Hoffenheim score a third goal in the 88th minute, just to… amplify Hertha’s misery. Their current form reads; LDLWL. They are on 17 points from as many games, 14th in the table. They have 4W, 5D and 8L, having lost three of their last five Bundesliga matches. Goals, 23 scored, 28 conceded. Coach Bruno Labbadia, who, according to Thursday reports, is “safe” for now, remains in charge, played a 4-3-1-2 formation against Hoffenheim, with Córdoba and Piątek up front. Important detail: the latter, the Pole, missed a penalty in the 12th minute. If that kick had gone differently, the whole game would have been different. As hosts, Hertha had seven points from three matches before losing to Hoffenheim on Tuesday. On the other hand, they have won just two of their eight games at home this season, over Union Berlin (3-1) and Schalke (3-0).

Werder Bremen visited Gladbach on Tuesday, went 1-0 down in the 66th minute, and that goal proved to be the only one of the match. Their current form reads; LWDLW. They are on 18 points from 17 matches, no higher than 13th in the table. They have 4W, 6D and 7L, having lost two of their last four games. Goals, 19 scored, 25 conceded. Coach Florian Kohfeldt played a 3-5-2 formation against Gladbach, with Sargent and Schmid up front. Both got substituted in the second half. Werder had earned four points from two away matches before losing to Gladbach a few days ago, they had beaten Mainz 0-1 and drawn 1-1 with Bayer Leverkusen, while in general, as guests this season, they have lost only three of their nine matches, all three though are among the last five. Another interesting detail is that the game against Gladbach was only their second this season away from home in which they failed to score.

Back in September, in the reverse fixture, Hertha triumphed 1-4(!) in Bremen.

A 2-1 victory for the hosts is predicted at full-time.

Date: Saturday, 23rd of January, 2021.

Venue: Olympiastadion Berlin

Kick-off time: 18:30 (GMT+2).