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Dortmund vs Hertha Berlin Prediction & Betting tips
See you again on Saturday! Probably not with the old love, but at least with the old lady. Between 2007 and 2009 Lucien Favre was sitting on the Hertha bench. To date, no coach from Berlin has been able to match his numbers since the point average. Well, almost until today, because Bruno Labbadia did much better on average, but has only been responsible for Hertha for four games.
On Saturday the beautiful Bruno is playing his 250th Bundesliga game as a coach. Somehow the circle closes, because in August 2008 Labbadia debuted with Borussia Dortmund with Bayer Leverkusen. Now he comes to the Signal-Iduna-Park as an experienced bar and hopes to score with his strong Berliners at BVB.
With 38 points, Hertha can now be found in the top half of the Bundesliga for the first time since the first day of play. The descent should no longer be an issue. In the current constitution, the capitals may even be heading for the Europa League. A win in Dortmund would be very helpful for that.
However, Borussia is extremely strong, even if you don’t believe it because discussions about the coach suddenly arise, but BVB is playing the second best second half of its own Bundesliga history. Despite the good shape of the Berliners, the forecast between Dortmund and Hertha is therefore towards a home win.
Lucien Favre’s team won the first leg in Berlin 2-1. For 15 years, the black and yellow have not managed to win both duels in a Bundesliga season against the old lady. The history of this duel would therefore be more of an occasion not to place a bet on the home win between Dortmund and Hertha.
A home win would be another big step in the direction of the premier class for BVB. The kick-off for the 30th matchday in the Bundesliga between Borussia Dortmund and Hertha BSC in Signal-Iduna Park will take place on 06.06.2020 at 17:30 p.m.
It is unbelievable that there is speculation about a possible replacement of Lucien Favre. With 2.16 points on average, he delivers outstanding results, but the championship was missed again this year. In Dortmund, the bar for a trainer is currently extremely high. The next few weeks will show whether BVB will start the new season with the coach.
Overall, however, things are going great. Borussia Dortmund has won seven of their last eight Bundesliga games. In the meantime, the black and yellow suffered the bitter 0-1 defeat against Bayern, which is to be seen as a preliminary decision in the title race. Despite the good results, the mood in Westphalia is currently rather mediocre.
BVB is also playing an outstanding season in terms of own goals. There have never been 80 goals after 29 match days for Borussia. The club record over a full season is 82 goals. With five games still outstanding, this should be a matter of form. That is why we are particularly targeting odds on over-goals between Dortmund and Hertha.
Last weekend there was a marksman festival in the 6-1 win in Paderborn. It was unbelievably 0-0 at the break. The goalscorers were Thorgan Hazard, Ashraf Hakimi, Marcel Schmelzer and the outstanding Jadon Sancho with a three-pack. The odds comparison of the betting base makes it clear that again many goals are expected against Berlin.
The enthusiasm for the game did not fall by the wayside, but sporting director Michael Zorc makes it clear that the title is no longer an option and the forces are now pooled in order to be runner-up at the end. With only four points ahead of fifth place, participation in the premier class is by no means certain.
Dortmund also had some losses against Hertha. Mahmoud Dahoud, Marco Reus, Nico Schulz and Dan-Axel Zagadou are missing injured. Erling Haaland is back in training after knee problems, but should probably not be an option. Mats Hummels will also serve a suspension after his fifth yellow card.
The Big City Club was in chaos over long distances this season, which was detrimental to the high goals of Berliners. In the meantime, the waves have smoothed out and with Bruno Labbadia, a trainer has taken the helm, who has breathed life back into the rather emotionless club and brought back success.
After the re-start, Hertha scored ten of the twelve possible points under the new coach and is the most dangerous team after Bayern and Dortmund. Apparently the Berliners do not lack the often critical followers to be able to play successful football. Bruno Labbadia is Hertha’s first coach in almost 20 years, who remained unbeaten in his first four games.
Overall, Hertha BSC has been unbeaten for six Bundesliga games. In addition, the Berliners always scored at least two goals in these six games. The capitals have not succeeded in such a series since 1976. This is also a reason why the forecast between Dortmund and Hertha is clearly aimed at many goals.
Last weekend, however, the Berliners had a very difficult time at home against the relegation candidate from Augsburg. Javairo Dilrosun gave Hertha an early lead of 1-0, but victory was hanging by a thread for a long time before Krzystof Piatek made it 2-0 in added time.
This game has shown that not everything that glitters is gold in Berliners. So Bruno Labbadia is very humble before the guest performance in Dortmund.
For Matheus Cunha and Marvin Plattenhardt, who both still have a slight concussion, the game is likely to come too early. This applies to Santiago Ascacibar, Stefan Kraft and Marius Wolf anyway. Suspended Salomon Kalou is still missing. Overall, the lineup should not change much compared to the previous week.
Dortmund vs Hertha Berlin head to head matches
30.11.19 BUN Hertha Berlin Dortmund 1 : 2
16.03.19 BUN Hertha Berlin Dortmund 2 : 3
27.10.18 BUN Dortmund Hertha Berlin 2 : 2
19.01.18 BUN Hertha Berlin Dortmund 1 : 1
26.08.17 BUN Dortmund Hertha Berlin 2 : 0