Handicapped Bochum (+1)

Bochum is actively fighting to keep the residency in Germany’s elite division. After 24 rounds, the team was ranked 14th in the table, breaking away from the relegation zone in the class by 2 points.

On average, they gain 1.27xg per game after the season resumes “no knockouts”, with 1.33xg allowed.

On the eve of this match, the club beat Cologne away (2-0) in a case that broke a 4-match unbeaten streak. It is worth noting that Bochum is the home team that scored 72% of the points on their pitch.

RB Leipzig recently scored a minus sign internationally. The team suffered a disastrous defeat in the second leg of the 1/8 finals of the Champions League against Manchester City (0: 7). After such a defeat, the team will be clearly depressed, not to mention a loss of freshness due to less time for recovery and preparation.

In addition, the “red” bulls will experience a shortage of personnel. Top scorer Nkunku (12 + 3) and equally important main midfielder Schlager (1 + 1) were injured again.

I think that in the upcoming match, the outsider has every chance not to lose big and even points.