Having contended in the Bundesliga without precedent for the club’s set of experiences last season, scarcely any individuals might have anticipated that Union Berlin should have their sights set on a Champions League capability recognize this far into their second historically speaking effort at Germany’s high level.

While a top four spot without a doubt remains a long shot, everybody at Union Berlin might be longing for only that in the wake of gathering 25 points from the initial 15 rounds of the 2020-21 mission. What has made their new run even more noteworthy is that they have stayed unbeaten without their top goalscorer and supernatural figure Max Kruse in the last five alliance games.

In any case, there would have been a level of frustration in just making sure about a 2-2 draw at home against Wolfsburg on Saturday after the guests were decreased to 10 men with 40 minutes of ordinary time remaining. Renato Steffen terminated the Wolves into an early lead with a header which Andreas Luthe may have been frustrated not to keep out, with Sheraldo Becker leveling procedures with a ground-breaking strike to vindicate himself subsequent to missing an open goal in the early trades.

The game was ready and waiting for Union Berlin, however, after Maximilian Arnold’s expert foul on Liverpool loanee Taiwo Awoniyi permitted Robert Andrich to score for the fourth home game running from the subsequent free kick and furnish his side with a one-goal and one-man advantage.

Be that as it may, Wout Weghorst rescued an immensely respectable point for his side from the penalty spot after Marcus Ingvarsten was declared to have taken care of the ball, with Fischer’s side wasting the chance to move away from Wolfsburg on points and draw a stage nearer to the top four. A success against Leverkusen would be the quickest course to beating the severe taste left in their mouth from a weekend ago.

Leverkusen will positively be more apprehensive about their excursion to Berlin now than they would have been preceding the colder time of year break, with Peter Bosz’s side dropping eight points in their last three games.

Having barely lost to Bayern Munich and Eintracht Frankfurt, a weekend ago’s home game against a Werder Bremen side without a league win since September spoke to a practically ideal chance for Bosz’s side to get their season in the groove again.

Be that as it may, Leverkusen created a very level presentation, with their previous defender Omar Toprak rebuffing them right off the bat in the second half with a short proximity finish from an in-swinging free kick. Patrik Schick figured out how to package the ball home to level procedures with 20 minutes remaining, however his side never verged on finding a triumphant discovery with the game completing 1-1.

Werkself should perform much better on the off chance that they are to have a lot of possibility of beating an in-structure Union Berlin side, and consequently keeping themselves in a title picture which could be more sensible for Bayern’s challengers this season given the Bavarians’ battles of late.


We can conceive a second progressive draw for the two groups, which would be probably not going to frustrate either chief given the defensive robustness and hostile danger the two groups offer at their best. Bosz is probably not going to open his side up an excess of given the counter-attacking danger of Becker and Awoniyi, yet will in any case be quick to help make whatever number possibilities for the in-structure Schick as could be allowed.Considering this and more, we foresee a draw in this match.