Basel vs Eintracht Frankfurt predictions and odds: Europa League preview and ideas

A home win is favoured in our three Basel vs Eintracht Frankfurt predictions however we’re backing each groups to attain in this Europa League clash

After a shock 0-3 win away to Eintracht Frankfurt in the first leg, Basel are anticipated to progress to the quarter-finals of the Europa League on Thursday.

The winner of the tie will face either Wolfsburg or Shakhtar Donetsk in the subsequent stage of the event, and whereas the tie seems to be beyond them, Eintracht are unbeaten in their last 4 competitive video games and can be sure to battle all the way in which.

Basel vs Eintracht Frankfurt predictions and betting tips

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St Jakob-Park a fortress for Basel

It’s eight games on house soil with out defeat in all competitions for Basel and their Europa League home report is even more spectacular.

The Swiss aspect have gained their final six Europa League video games at home, conceding simply three goals.

With this tie already seemingly wrapped up, Marcel Koller’s men don’t need to be at their best on Thursday to make the final eight, especially towards a group who haven’t played a aggressive match since 27 June.

Basel are on a seven-game unbeaten run domestically, although their last three games have completed in draws, together with a 0-0 stalemate with Lucerne final weekend.

The final time they met, Koller’s 4-2-3-1 formation triggered problems for Eintracht and it will be attention-grabbing to see if he retains that set up or sticks with the 4-3-3 deployed within the Swiss league.

Tip: Basel to win @

Eintracht constructing for subsequent term

Eintracht ended their Bundesliga marketing campaign with just one defeat of their final eight matches – a run that noticed them safe a top-half finish, nevertheless it means winning the Europa League is the one means they’ll qualify for Europe next time period.

Their European away form has been a blended bag for Adi Hutter’s group, with the spotlight being a 2-1 win at Arsenal in November.

They lost on the highway at Strasbourg and Standard Liege, though, while they salvaged a 2-2 draw at Salzburg solely due to a late equaliser.

Dutch striker Bas Dost discovered his capturing boots in the course of the end of the home season, bagging three goals in his last 4 games, while Portuguese forward Andre Silva scored four within the last four fixtures.

It will be interesting to see what mindset Eintracht have, with the tie wanting like it is over. If they do opt for all-out attack in an attempt to get an early aim, they might be picked off by the hosts on the break.

Hutter has loved success over Basel in the past, when his Young Boys side ended Basel’s eight-season run of Swiss league titles again in 2017-18.

Tip: Both teams to attain @

Basel wait on shot-stopper Omlin

Basel will make a late decision on the fitness of first-choice keeper Jonas Omlin, who missed the weekend draw with Lucerne via damage.

Young Brazilian midfielder Ramires, who is on mortgage from Bahia, will miss out, whereas the experienced Leon Zuffi is sidelined by a knee problem.

The visitors have a full-strength squad to select from and are anticipated to begin with three up top in Dost, Silva and Daichi Kamada.

Kamada is likely considered one of the six joint-top scorers within the Europa League this season with six goals, which embrace a hat-trick at house to Salzburg in February and a brace on the Emirates. The Japan striker could be backed at 17/2 to score the primary objective on Thursday.

A key stat to contemplate going into this second-leg conflict is that Basel have gained 12 of the thirteen European ties during which they claimed victory on the highway within the first leg. The most recent of those successes got here this season, within the round of 32 towards APOEL.

Eintracht captain David Abraham might be eager to return to his former club and enjoy success. The 34-year-old won three league titles and two Swiss Cups during his four-year spell with Basel.

Tip: Fabien Frei to score at any time @

Basel vs Eintracht Frankfurt odds

Basel and Eintracht Frankfurt can’t be split by the bookies, who are clearly expecting an equal game, with each teams at 31/20 for the win and the draw 11/4.

Basel staff news

Djordje Nikolic might take the place of No 1 goalkeeper Jonas Omlin, who’s battling a hamstring harm. Taulant Xhaka and Fabian Frei will begin in defensive midfield while Arthur Cabral will be up front on his personal. Valentin Stocker and Raoul Petretta are set to play both facet of Samuele Campo, who will take up duties in attacking midfield. Eric Ramires, Luca Zuffi and Afimico Pululu are all injured.

Basel predicted line-up (4-2-3-1): Nikolic; Widmer, Comert, Alderete, Riveros; Xhaka, Frei; Stocker, Campo, Petretta; Cabral. 

Eintracht Frankfurt group news

Djibril Sow is suspended so Sebastian Rode and Stefan Ilsanker will begin within the defensive midfield roles. Danny Da Costa and Filip Kostic will supply the width as wing backs with Kamada within the attacking midfield position, supplying the front two of Silva and Dost.

Eintracht Frankfurt predicted line-up (3-4-1-2): Trapp; Abraham, Hasebe, Hinteregger; Da Costa, Rode, Ilsanker, Kostic; Kamada; Silva, Dost.

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