Match Preview: Union Berlin 0-0 Stuttgart Prediction and Betting Tips 27.05.2019

Union Berlin – Stuttgart Predictions

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Union Berlin 0-0 Stuttgart

Date: 27.05.2019 | Match at: 19:30 | League: Germany – Bundesliga | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.30 | Bookie: Bwin


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After a 2-2 away draw in the Bundesliga play-off first leg, Union Berlin know they only need to mirror or better their last H2H home result against Stuttgart (1-1) to achieve promotion to the top flight.
Berlin will feel it’s possible considering seven of their last eight competitive results would see them at least achieve extra-time in this tie (W2, D5, L1). Furthermore, with Berlin scoring in 16 of their last 17 competitive matches, home fans should feel confident.
At home, the hosts have lost just one game this calendar year (W5, D2, L1) with all five victories being accompanied by a clean sheet. They failed to score just once in 17 home league games in 2018/19, and that was a goalless draw.
After obtaining three clean sheets from their last four Bundesliga regular season games (W2, D1, L1), Stuttgart will be no pushovers. However they must score here, something they failed to do in 15 of their 34 Bundesliga games this term.
Away from home, the visitors are winless in 11 (D2, L9), failing to score in seven. Furthermore, with only ten away goals scored this Bundesliga campaign, Stuttgart finished the season with the division’s joint-worst away attack.
Players to watchSuleiman Abdullahi scored Berlin’s first equaliser in the first leg – his two other goals this season were equalisers too. Meanwhile Mario Gómez (STU) scored his eighth league goal last time out – four of those arrived on the road.
Stat attack: Berlin were trailing at half-time just once in 17 home league games in 2018/19 (HT: W9, D7, L1).
Stuttgart scored the opener in three of their last four competitive games that did not end goalless.
During the 2018/19 Bundesliga campaign, Stuttgart scored only three first-half away goals – seven of their 17 away league games were goalless at half-time (HT: D10, L7).

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