" class="img-responsive top-store"?>



Frankfurt are recently beginning to find their feet after struggling in post Covid-19 games, and are odds-on for a third victory on the bounce when Mainz come calling on Saturday.

Bundesliga 2019/2020
Date: Saturday, June 6th
Kickoff: 14:30 pm
Venue: Commerbank-Arena

Frankfurt returned from their midweek trip to Bremen with a fine 3-0 win over Werder Bremen to move 11th, and as many as ten points clear of the relegation zone. It marked some sort of significant renaissance for them as it was just the first time since January that they had managed successive league wins.

For the third game running, Portuguese striker André Silva was on the scoresheet for Die Adler, proving influential again with his eight league goal of the season.

Yet, he will get a lot of chance in this one, particularly against a Mainz outfit coming off the back of a 1-0 home defeat, and have not won since the return of football.

Their standing on the league table will hardly suss belief even: only three points separates them from 17th, the first of the authomatic drop zones with Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen still to come in their next games.

They had however, won the last two of this fixture, including a pulsating 2-0 victory the last time they met at this ground.

Team news


Goncalo Paciencia remains sidelined for Frankfurt while Almamy Toure may be given a breather given the quick turnaround in fixtures since the restart.


Ridle Baku is suspended after picking up his fifth booking of the season in the loss to Hoffenheim.

Florian Muller saved a penalty last time out and will continue to operate in goal due to Robin Zenter’s injury absence.

Head to Head

In 24 previous meetings between the two sides, Mainz have eight wins to Frankfurt’s seven. Nine encounters have ended up as stalemates.

Team form

Frankfurt’s last five matches in all competitions: LLDWW

Mainz last five matches in all competitions: DDLDL

Betting tips

One will feel Frankfurt should have enough in their tank to rake in maximum points here, particularly with Mainz looking ragged and shoddy in the rear at the moment. Leipzig put five past them while they didn’t look the bit while drawing at Union Berlin. But with Die Nullfünfer having managed to avoid defeat in each of their last three meetings with Frankfurt, backing them to avoid defeat looks the punt to go with here. A full-time draw is prized 5/5 for this.

You can view all other betting markets for this game here

Leave a Reply