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and Co. are aiming to continue their unbeaten start to the season and make it two straight home wins in a row following the Matchday 1 victory over SC Freiburg. Augsburg, meanwhile, are yet to get off the mark this term and will hope to at least match last season's point at the Commerzbank Arena.
The hosts have been dealt a blow by the news that Paraguayan international striker Nelson Valdez will miss not only this game but also the rest of the year after damaging cruciate ligaments on Matchday 2, while Augsburg's only casualty is Czech international Jan Moravek, who is sidelined with the same injury.
Frankfurt:Trapp - Ignovski, Anderson, Zambrano, Djakpa - Chandler, Russ, Hasebe, Inui - Piazon - Seferovic
Augsburg: Hitz - Verhaegh, Callsen-Bracker, Klavan, Baba - Baier - Parker, Feulner, Altintop, Werner - Bobadilla
has made an assured start to his Eintracht career, scoring the winner on his debut against Freiburg and putting in an excellent shift in the draw at Wolfsburg. Highly unlucky not to hit the net for Switzerland in a Euro 2016 qualifier against England in midweek, he will be chomping at the bit for a sight of goal this time around.
's goal against Borussia Dortmund a fortnight ago wasn't enough to salvage a point for Augsburg, but it may turn out to be what kick-started their campaign. The Bavarians pushed BVB all the way in eventually losing 3-2, and the Argentine striker looks to have done enough earn himself a place in the starting line-up.
Thomas Schaaf (Frankfurt coach): "There are no gimmes in the league. We're hoping for a lot from this game but we have to perform to the maximum."
Markus Weinzierl (Augsburg coach): "We took a point from Frankfurt last season and that's our minimum again this year."
On their last visit to Frankfurt, Weinzierl's men left with a hard-earned share of the spoils. FCA supporters will also look back fondly on their meeting on the final day of last season, however, when goals from Andre Hahn and Ragner Klavan sealed a 2-1 win and crowned a magnificent eighth-placed finish for the club.