WATCH: RONNOW ON UNION'S FORM
UNION TAKE THE SPOILS
The referee blows for full time and the stadium erupts. Union are up to sixth place in the standings following a solid win over Europa League semi-finalists Eintracht, who are in tenth place after this game.
Voglesammer with a wonderful delivery in for the stretching Michel. It's just too far for the Union man and Eintracht survive.
Sven Michel trips Hasebe and goes into the ref's notebook.
Substitute Trimmel blasts one over and we'll have four more minutes before this game comes to a close.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Jesper Gränge Lindström 33.52km/h
Sheraldo Becker 32.85km/h
Ragnar Prince Friedl Ache 32.64km/h
N'DICKA TO THE RESCUE
N'dicka makes a crucial intervention to deny Union a third goal here. Top defending from the Parisian.
Distance run (km)
PRÖMEL BATTLES ON
Prömel's taken a nasty, unintentional, kick from Tuta. The Union captain gets some treatment, limps off the pitch and re-emerges shortly afterwards, fit to see this one out.
AWONIYI'S PARTING GIFT
Off goes Union's record goalscorer Awoniyi. The striker removes his shirt and throws it to the adoring home fans on his way from the pitch.
A LITTLE ACHE HELP
Ache sprints fast towards a through pass but it runs out of play, as does the Eintracht man, who hits the advertising board and somersaults over it. Gießelmann and Knoche help Ache back to his feet.
HERE COMES HASEBE
Chances really have been at a premium in the second half as Union look to see this one out. Eintracht gamble on Makoto Hasebe to change their fortunes with 15' to play.
A no brainer for the ref there as Lenz almost pulls Prömel's shirt off. Baumgartl then goes into the book for felling Ache.
Distance run (km)
Grischa Prömel Jens Petter Hauge
Haraguchi and Becker get a solid ovation from the home fans as both make their way from the field following a job well done here.
AWONIYI CHANNELS MARADONA
Awoniyi goes on an inspired, powerful run down the left. He ghosts past one man, beats another with a subtle feint, and then spoils it all by blasting over. What a goal that would have been!
UNION RUNNING THINGS
Speaking of Eintracht's European efforts in the week, it's probably of little surprise that Die Adler have run almost 2.5 miles less than their energised opponents today.
Eintracht welcome two of the players who helped the Eagles to that superb win in Barcelona last Thursday into this game, with Kamada and Knauff entering the fray.
Union have taken their foot slightly off the pedal compared to that frantic first-half display. Their fans continue in full voice inside the Stadion An der Alten Försterei, however.
8 off target
3 on target
3 off target
2 on target
PACIENCIA SHOWS THE WAY
Superb work from Paciencia, who displays great energy in barreling down the left before winning a free kick. Eintracht have certainly perked up after the restart.
SECOND HALF IS GO !
We're back underway in the German capital, where the visitors make a change, Ragnar Ache replacing Lindstrom.
HALF TIME !
Union go in at the break in jubilant mood. The hosts have stunned Eintracht here with an energetic, attacking display. Goals from Awoniyi and Prömel have the capital club two goals to the good. It could have been worse for the visitors.
Awoniyi gets to the byline and cuts back for the onrushing Khedira, who smashes wide.
Hauge is through on the left and fires at the target. Rönnow, who hasn't had a huge amount to do in this game, makes the stop at his near post.
Worth reminding ourselves that Prömel has now netted for the sixth time in the Bundesliga this season. Awoniyi, meanwhile, has registered a club record 13th goal in a single campaign.
Oliver Glasner cuts a very worried figure on the sideline. As he wonders how to change the flow of thus game, Haraguchi scampers down the right and sends in a dangerous low pass that evades everyone and trickles wide.
NO LET UP
Timothy Chandler looks to alleviate the pressure at the other end but the American can't quite make the breakthrough and Union are on the attack again.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Jesper Gränge Lindström 33.36km/h
Sheraldo Becker 32.85km/h
Filip Kostic 32.15km/h
SUPER SAVE !
Grahl leaps and palms Khedira's scissor kick over the crossbar. The Union fans behind that goal are absolutely loving this. It's one-way traffic.
Prömel's through again! He marches through a huge gap in the Frankfurt defence and has time to pick his spot. That spot is wide of the post, however. Eintracht are on the ropes here.
2 off target
2 on target
1 off target
0 on target
UNION IN HEAVEN
Scenes! Prömel keeps the ball from passing the endline and then keeps up the pressure as Eintracht give up possession. Prömel has the ball once more and unleashes a delicious shot to the far corner that flies in to the delight of the home fans.
GOAL!2 : 0
AWONIYI'S STRENGTH PREVAILS
Awoniyi battles past Frankfurt captain Hinteregger and then stands strong against N'dicka before slamming home the game's opener. Eintracht are not happy as they felt Awoniyi fouled there, but the goal stands.
GOAL!1 : 0
HARAGUCHI HITS THE POST
A inviting cross from Baumgartl finds Haraguchi stooping to flick a header towards the far post. It has Grahl in the Frankfurt goal beaten, but connects with the upright. So, so close for Union.
HRUSTIC FROM DOWNTOWN
Hrustic may have taken that whack to the back a little while ago, but the Frankfurt No. 7 fancies a blast at the Union goal here and the shot from distance goes wide. Hrustic stretches out a little. He's clearly not feeling 100%.
BECKER OFF TARGET
Becker gets into a decent position on the left but rushes his shot a little, thus the ball flies high and wide.
Amazing atmosphere at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei. The men in red are responding in front of a full house, zipping the ball about and looking for openings.
Hrustic goes down, landing on his back, and looks in some discomfort here. That was nasty. Thnkfully, the Eintracht man is soon back on his feet and ok to continue.
AWAY WE GO
Union get the ball rolling in the German capital and it's game on !
Two Frankfurt players are reaching a significant milestone today: N'dicka makes his 100th Bundesliga appearance, and Hinteregger his 100th Bundesliga outing for Frankfurt.
TEAM NEWS - UNION
There's just the two changes to the Union team following their thumping 4-1 success against city rivals Hertha last week. Jaeckel returns from suspension to replace Heintz in defence, while Ryerson starts on the right ahead of team captain Trimmel.
TEAM NEWS - FRANKFURT
Glasner has brought in six new faces to his team following the energy sapping win in Barcelona on Thursday; more changes than he has made between competitive games all season. Trapp sustained a wrist injury in that game so misses out here, with Grahl replacing him between the posts. Elsewhere, Paciencia replaces Borre up front, Hauge starts ahead of Kamada in attacking midfield, Chandler comes in for Knauff at right wing-back, Tuta for Toure ont he right side of the three-man defence, while Hrustic takes Rode's place in central midfield.
UNION STARTING XI
Ronnow - Jaeckel, Knoche, Baumgartl - Khedira - Ryerson, Haraguchi, Prömel, Gießelmann - Becker, Awoniyi
Busk, Oczipka, Trimmel, Heintz, Schäfer, Möhwald, Voglsammer, Michel, Behrens
FRANKFURT STARTING XI
Grahl - Tuta, Hinteregger, N'Dicka - Chandler, Jakic, Hrustic, Kostic - Lindstrom, Hauge - Paciencia
Bignetti, Toure, Hasebe, Lenz, Kamada, Rode, Borre, Ache, Knauff
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING - UNION
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WHAT THEY'RE SAYING - FRANKFURT
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WATCH: PREVIOUS MEETING: FRANKFURT 2-1 UNION
The Eagles clearly have the upper hand in this fixture in the Bundesliga. In the teams' five top-flight encounters to date, Frankfurt have won three - including the last two. There's been just one draw and one triumph for Union. Overall, Frankfurt have won seven of the 12 competitive matches these two have played, to Union's one.
EUROPE ON THE LINE!
Frankfurt's sensational victory in Barcelona on Thursday has put them in the Europa League semi-finals for the second time in four years - and they're eager to return to continental football next season too. Currently down in 10th on 39 points, they have a seven-point difference to make up on Cologne in sixth place. Union, who enjoyed their time in the Europa Conference League group stage this term, are just two points off sixth place, so will also be eyeing a victory here.
Here you can find all the information about Union Berlin against Frankfurt on Matchday 30.