In fact, Bruno Labbadia’s side showed a strangely focused cautious presentation at an in-structure BayernLeverkusen side who had won eight of their past nine matches in all rivalries.

Peter Bosz’s side were limited to just two shots on target in the match, with Kerem Demirbay and Leon Bailey compelled to make significant distance efforts from ranges which were both easily spared by goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow in a first half which never truly got moving for one or the other side.

Having conceded 18 goals in their initial eight league matches, Labbadia had obviously set his side up to be more minimized and it worked amazingly successfully, with substitute Jessic Nkgankam nearly transforming a draw into a win with a late minutes header.

Hertha¬† Berlin will absolutely need to play defensively well against a Union Berlin side who can’t quit scoring right now, with 13 goals in their last four Bundesliga matches

It has been an amazing effort so far for Urs Fischer’s side, who are just contending in the Bundesliga for the second season in the club’s set of experiences, having serenely endure relegation last break.

Max Kruse is trying to prove he is a standout amongst other summer move window signings in Europe, with the 32-year-old definitely near a international call having scored six and assisting five goals in just seven matches for his new club to help fire them into the Europa League capability places.

Kruse was in eminent structure by and by a weekend ago, scoring a thrilling 80th moment equalizer in the draw against Eintracht Frankfurt. The measure of turn and influence in his strike left Kevin Trapp definitely zero chance, dissimilar to for Robert Andrich’s opener when the Germany goalkeeper spilled Marcus Ingvartsen’s cross into the midfielder’s way for a simple tap in. Without another enlivened presentation from Andre Silva, who packed away a first-half support to level procedures at the break after Kruse’s penalty had made it 2-0 after just five minutes, Union Berlin may well have recorded their fourth progressive triumph. In any case, having stayed unbeaten since the first day of the season, Fischer’s side currently get the opportunity to move into third situation with a success at Hertha Berlin.


Hertha Berlin seemed as though they were in the groove again against Leverkusen, in spite of the fact that they will be relied upon to have a greater amount of the ball at home to a Union Berlin side who are very dangerous in counter-attacking.Unless Matteo Guendouzi and Niklas Stark keep close tabs on Kruse in midfield, we figure Hertha can increase another noteworthy draw in this match. Hence , we predict Hertha Berlin to win the upcoming match.