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Eintracht Frankfurt - TSV München 1860

Matchday 33 – The Preview

The last home match this season sees the Eagles host 1860 München today at 13.30h CET. Skipper Pirmin Schwegler will return to the team after his match ban. Manager Armin Veh emphasised that the target is to win the title. Eintracht signed Stefan Aigner from 1860 who will join in the summer but the midfielder is out with due to a suspension. Read facts and figures in the match preview.

Back on board: Pirmin Schwegler

PROBABLE LINE-UPS

EINTRACHT: Nikolov – Jung, Anderson, Schildenfeld, Butscher – Schwegler – Matmour, Rode – Meier – Hoffer, Idrissou
Close to suspension: Matmour (4), Hoffer (4), Schildenfeld (4)
Missing: Köhler (match ban)

1860 München: Eicher – Rukavina, Aygün, Vallori, Feick – Stahl, Bierofka – Nicu, Rakic – Lauth, Volland
Missing: Schwarz, Aigner, Wood

ATTENDANCE

The match is completely sold out (50,800), 2,800 away tickets have been sold.

LIVE MATCH INFO

As always the match can be followed via the English LIVE text commentary on eintracht.de. All major events such as goals, shots, substitutions, cards, fouls, corners and offsides will be posted as and when they happen. Click HERE from kick-off onwards (Sunday at 13.30h CET).

ALL TIME RECORD

Both teams were part of the first Bundesliga season in 1963 but in Bundesliga 2 there were only 3 matches between Eintracht and 1860 (in the season 2004/05 and in the first leg this season). In the topflight Eintracht met TSV 32 times (15 wins, 5 draws, 12 defeats).

The first leg this season was a 2-1 win to 1860 and Eintracht’s very first defeat of the campaign.

TOP FACTS

  • Eintracht Frankfurt recorded the most wins so far (20, as Fürth) and lost only 4 times.
  • The Eagles scored the most goals in Germany’s top 3 divisions – 76!
  • Since the winter break only Fürth and Eintracht collected more points than 1860 München (28).
  • 1860 won half of their matches (16 of 32) which is their best Bundesliga 2 tally since getting promoted in 1993/94.
  • They scored 59 times (only Eintracht, Fürth and Düsseldorf more) which is their best BL2 goal ratio in 30 years.
  • 6 times SGE collected points after being 1-0 down (3 wins, 3 draws) and they were never beaten once they went 1-0 up: 17 wins, 3 draws, no defeat.

RUW / HR 29.04.2012

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