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

Match Day 29 encounter, with Mainz taking on Hertha Berlin on Sunday the 18th of April, 2021, at OPEL ARENA.

Mainz visited Koln last weekend, opened the scoring in the 11th minute, got equalized from the penalty spot just before halftime, went 2-1 down(!) in the 61st minute, at that point the momentum was with Koln, but Mainz not only answered back right away (65’), they even scored a third goal in added time to snatch all three points (2-3). Their current form reads; WDDWW. The end of game week 28 found them sitting 14th in the table, on 28 points, two more than 15th-placed Hertha, as well as 16th-placed Arminia Bielefeld. As for Koln, the first team below the relegation line, they were five points below Mainz. Depending on what Arminia did on Saturday, and of course on what happens in this game, Mainz could drop 16th by the end of game week 29. They have 7W, 7D and 14L, being one of the only three teams in the Bundesliga to have stayed undefeated in their last five games (three wins, two draws). Goals, 30 scored, 48 conceded. Coach Bo Svensson played a 3-4-2-1 formation against Koln last weekend, with Oniwiso up front. The Austrian scored the equalizer (2-2) in the 65th minute. Boëtius had opened the scoring for Mainz in the 11th minute. Last but definitely not least, Barreiro was the one who scored the winner in added time.

Hertha hosted Gladbach last weekend, drew 2-2, and they know they should have done better, given that Borussia were left with 10 men just 13 minutes into the game. Hertha actually opened the scoring in the 23rd minute, but incredibly, by halftime, they were 1-2 down(!), despite playing with an extra man. At least they salvaged a draw, equalizing early in the second half. Their current form reads; DDWLW. The end of game week 28 found them sitting 15th in the table, on 26th points, as many as Arminia, the team occupying the playoff position. They have 6W, 8D and 14L, having scored 34 goals and conceded 48. Coach Pal Dardai played a 3-4-2-1 formation against Gladbach last weekend, with Córdoba up front. The Colombian scored Hertha’s second goal. Ascacíbar had opened the scoring in the 23rd minute.

In the reverse fixture back in December, Hertha and Mainz drew without goals in Berlin.

A 2-2 draw is predicted at full-time.

Date: Sunday, 18th of April, 2021.


Kick-off time: 18:00 (GMT+2).


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