VfL with plenty to boast

What makes this fixture so fascinating is that despite Eintracht's recent dominance at home against Bochum, the visitors have won two of their three Bundesliga games against Die Adler since gaining promotion in 2021. Indeed, Bochum have historically enjoyed more Bundesliga wins [25] against Frankfurt than any other team.

Home fortress

Eintracht have had the better of Bochum in the teams' last five games in all competitions at Deutsche Bank Park. With three Bundesliga wins and further successes in the second division and the DFB Cup, the Eagles have a solid home record to to defend against their Friday-night opponents.

King Kolo-Muani

Randal Kolo Muani has been directly involved in more goals than any other player this season, with Frankfurt's fantastic French forward scoring 11 times and laying on 10 assists in 2022/23.

Bochum on the rise

Bochum's fight for survival sees Thomas Letsch's side as one of only two teams in the division to have won their last two top-flight games (the other being Bayer Leverkusen). Those victories have helped to propel the Westphalians out of the drop zone and into 14th place.

Last time out

The hosts will not want to recall what happened the last time these teams met, with Bochum stunning the Eagles with a late surge that produced three unanswered goals. How the visitors would love a repeat of that here while for Eintracht, revenge will be very much on their minds.

Friday night starts here!

We've got a game to really whet the weekend appetite with Eintracht hosting Bochum and plenty on the line.

Welcome along!

Here you can find all the information about Eintracht Frankfurt against VfL Bochum 1848 on matchday 26.