Free soccer predictions for Stuttgart vs Bayer Leverkusen
Stuttgart faces Bayer Leverkusen in a match in the 29th round of the German Bundesliga. The match is on Saturday, April 13, starting at 2:30 pm at the Mercedes-Benz-Arena in Stuttgart.
The goals of these two teams until the end of the season in the Bundesliga are different – the hosts of Stuttgart will try to keep their place in Germany’s elite while the Bayer Leverkusen team will aim to qualify for the Europa League. This Saturday’s match will give more chances to one of the two teams to achieve their goal, with equality being a good result for the hosts while the guests will try to leave with the three points of the Mercedes-Benz-Arena.
The Stuttgart team is ranked 16th in the standings with 21 points. Markus Weinzierl’s graduates have one win in their last five matches in the league, with two more draws and two defeats. The hosts have won 29% of their Mercedes-Benz-Arena matches with an average of 1.29 goals per game. Stuttgart made two draws in its last two home games with a 1:1 score against the Nurnberg and Hoffenheim teams, and before defeating Hannover 5-1 in one of its strongest matches in 2019.
Bayer Leverkusen’s team is in 9th place in the standings of the German championship with a total of 42 points. Peter Bosz’s team is only three points in the Top 6, so he has good chances to qualify for European club tournaments. In the remaining six rounds until the end of the season, however, Bayer Leverkusen’s team should not allow team points to lose from the bottom of the table. Surely the Stuttgart match will not be easy for Bayer, but Peter Bosz’s graduates must show character and win the game. Bayer Leverkusen defeated Hoffenheim with a 1:4 defeat in their last visit, with a total of 15 goals in their last three matches on a foreign field. I think we will see at least three hits in the upcoming Mercedes-Benz-Arena match, and the over 2.5 goals option seems pretty good.
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