The Eagle Eye #89 – Bundesliga Edition

03.12.2016
Dear Eagles around the globe,

more than one month has passed since we sent you the last edition of our little newsletter. Meanwhile, Eintracht have played the first twelve matches of the 2016/17 Bundesliga season.

SGE, who were ranked 8th in the standings when we sent you this newsletter’s previous edition, have even managed to climb a few spots in the table. After a surprising 2-2 draw v the German champions FC Bayern, the Eagles won their away match against Hamburger SV (0-3), drew against Champions League contestants Borussia Mönchengladbach (0-0), and celebrated further victories v 1. FC Köln (1-0), SV Werder Bremen (1-2) and vice champions Borussia Dortmund (2-1). Who would have thought that at the beginning of the season?

Tomorrow (on Sunday, 4 December 2016, at 17.30 CET) Eintracht will play v. FC Augsburg. The match takes place in Augsburg’s WWK Arena. Our newsletter contains information regarding this encounter. Let us hope that Eintracht’s winning streak will last.

As always, keep on following Frankfurt – over land and sea! And have a joyful time before Christmas!

Sincerely yours,

The English Eintracht Internet Team

 

FCA-SGE: The Preview
– Bundesliga Matchday 13 –
FCA-SGE: Facts & Figures
– Bundesliga Matchday 13 –

FCA-SGE: The Preview
– Bundesliga Matchday 13 –

FC Augsburg – Eintracht Frankfurt

  • Kick-off: Sunday (4 December 2016), 17.30 CET
  • Venue: WWK Arena, Augsburg
  • Referee: Patrick Ittrich (7 Bundesliga games)

Build-Up

On matchday 12, Eintracht overpowered Champions League contestants Borussia Dortmund and climbed up to position 4 in the standings. FC Augsburg, who are ranked 12th, recently drew against both Hertha BSC and 1. FC Köln. Augsburg’s manager is former Darmstadt 98 manager Dirk Schuster. He succeeded Markus Weinzierl (who is now with FC Schalke 04).

Read the full Preview!

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FCA-SGE: Facts & Figures
– Bundesliga Matchday 13 –

History

  • Frankfurt’s only victory over Augsburg came in the maiden clash (4-2 at home in November 2012, otherwise D3, L4). The last three clashes have ended in draws.
  • FCA are therefore unbeaten in seven top-flight outings against the Eagles – a club record in the Bundesliga. They’re also on a seven-game streak against Stuttgart (W7).

Read all the Facts & Figures!

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