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Monchengladbach will be playing its second consecutive home game, as it hosts Union Berlin this weekend, in match week 20 of the Bundesliga 2021-22 season.
Monchengladbach has been inconsistent this season and is in 12th place with just 22 points so far. In fact, the team has lost 5 of its last 7 Bundesliga games. It has however shown flashes of brilliance, like the 2-1 win against leaders Bayern Munich in its own backyard. Coach Adi Hutter has adopted an aggressive style of play, and it has helped Gladbach score in each of its last 5 games. But in the process, the team has been unable to secure its own net and conceded 21 goals in the last 7 games. The 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Leverkusen will be a wake-up call for the Die Fohlen, and they will be out all guns blazing in this game.
Union Berlin is in 5th place after playing 19 games and has an equal number of points as 4th placed Hoffenheim. A win in this game will help Union Berlin break into the top 4, and keep its chances of making it into the Champions League alive. The team has shown some good form off-late, losing just 1 out of its last 6 games. Urs Fischer's boys will be feeling pretty confident going into this game, having defeated Hoffenheim in its last game.
Match prediction and betting tips for Borussia Monchengladbach vs Union Berlin Bundesliga 2021-22. The match is going to be played at Borussia Park, Monchengladbach, on the 22nd of January, 2022.
Both the teams are facing injury issues of their own. Gladbach will be missing out on Christoph Kramer, and Jonas Hofmann, while Mamadou Doucoure remains doubtful due to his fitness problem. Remy Bensebaini will be missing out due to his tryst in the AFCON. As for Union Berlin, Rick Van Drongelen and Pawel Wszolek have both tested positive for COVID and will be unavailable for this game. Taiwo Awoniyi too is playing for his national side in the AFCON, and will not be available for selection.
Despite enduring one of the worst seasons in the past decade, Monchengladbach’s penchant for beating the teams higher up on the points table may well drive it forward in this game too. While we expect both teams to score, the hosts hold the edge here.
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