EINTRACHT VS BARCELONA PREDICTION: EUROPA LEAGUE MATCH ON 07.04.2022

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The in-form Barcelona, second on the La Liga table, travel to Germany to face Bundesliga’s 9th-placed team, Eintracht Frankfurt, in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-final tie on Thursday at 20:00GMT. 

Match Preview

Can Eintracht Extend their Unbeaten Run in the Bundesliga to Four when they Face Barcelona?

After two consecutive draws in the Bundesliga, Eintracht’s hopes for qualification in a European Competition are slipping away as they fall down into mid-table.
Although they are unbeaten in four matches, they will be hoping for an upturn in form when Barcelona visit on Thursday.
With the Spanish side in hot form, Eintracht will be focusing on containing Xavi’s hotshots and not giving them a chance to freely express themselves and cause havoc for the home side.

Can Barcelona Extend their Fine Domestic Form to the Clash with Eintracht Frankfurt?

The renaissance of Barcelona under Xavi continued last weekend when they leapfrogged Atletico Madrid and Sevilla to take second place on goal difference.
Although a La Liga title challenge might be beyond them this season, their brilliant form can be carried into the Europa League, which Xavi has shown signs of taking seriously. 
The Blaugrana will be looking to get a good result away from home and take a giant step towards the semi-finals, ahead of the second leg at home next week. 

Form Guide

Eintracht

Eintracht have lost just once in their last five outings in the Bundesliga. They have also won twice and drawn twice, which means they have hauled eight points out of the available 15.
This form has seen them fall down the table and move away from Champions League-qualifying places. During this period, Eintracht also beat Real Betis 3-2 on aggregate, after prevailing 2-1 in Spain and holding them 1-1 at home.

Barcelona

Barcelona have won all 5 matches in La Liga, this run of form has seen the surge on the table to second, having leapfrogged Sevilla and Atletico Madrid.
This run also includes a 4-1 triumph against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu. The Blaugrana also triumphed 2-1 away at Galatasaray, after the Turkish side held them 0-0 at the Camp Nou in their round-of-16 tie.

Possible Starting Lineups

Barcelona

ter Stegen; D. ALves, R. Araujo, G. Pique, J. Alba; F. de Jong, S. Busquets, Pedri; O. Dembele, P. Aubameyang, F. Torres

Eintracht

Trapp; Tuta, M. Hasebe, N. Ndicka; A. Knauff, D. Sow, K. Jakic, D. Kamada, F. Kostic; J. Lindstrom, R. S. B. Maury

Betting Tip
Barcelona Win 1.60

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