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Bundesliga

Ingolstadt hunting home firsts when Frankfurt come calling

Ingolstadt - Winless, and goalless, at home this season, FC Ingolstadt 04 will be hunting Bundesliga firsts when Eintracht Frankfurt visit the Audi Sportpark on Saturday afternoon (kick-off: 15:30 CEST/13:30 GMT).

History

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Top facts

    Yet to score, or taste victory, on home turf, Ingolstadt's only point at the Audi Sportpark this season came from Matchday 4's 0-0 draw with VfL Wolfsburg.

    Only one team in Bundesliga history has failed to score a goal at home after eight Matchdays: SpVgg Greuther Fürth in 2012/13.

    For the first time since Armin Veh returned this summer, Eintracht have gone three games without victory.

    Ingolstadt's first-choice centre-half, Benjamin Hübner, is the son of Eintracht sporting director, Bruno Hübner.

    In his four appearances so far this season, Eagles' striker Alexander Meier has scored as many goals as Ingolstadt (four).

    Victory would lift Veh's side ahead of Ingolstadt in the standings.

Possible line-ups:

Ingolstadt: Özcan - Levels, Matip, Hübner, Suttner - Roger - Groß, Morales - Lex, Hinterseer, Leckie

Absentees: Danilo (toe), Cohen (knee), Ortag, Multhaup

Frankfurt: Hradecky - Ignjovski, Abraham, Russ, Oczipka - Reinartz - Hasebe, Stendera - Meier -Aigner, Kadlec

Absentees: Anderson, Chandler (meniscus), Kittel, Bunjaki, Seferovic (thigh)