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Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. The difference being, Leipzig is vying to get into the Champions League, while their counterparts are aiming for a place in the top division.
Leipzig is the huge favorite to advance to the final, and the most obvious reason is the statures of the leagues these teams take part in, and their subsequent seasonal objectives.
While Leipzig is in the top division and is a frontrunner to qualify for the Champions League, Hamburger is trying to get a spot in the team list in the next edition of the Bundesliga.
Currently, they are plying their trade in the 2. Moreover, h2h ties clearly show a trend of the road teams having the upper hand.
Not a single time a host side has won, and except for once, they have failed to score every time. They have also scored two or more goals in every attempt.
In my opinion the end of the first international break of the season signifies the true start of domestic football, with the early fixtures over and players bodies becoming conditioned to regular action again we see a more accurate reflection of the strengths and weaknesses of clubs.
With that in mind the match been Hamburg and RB Leipzig on Friday evening signalled the resumption of this Bundesliga campaign. In the first two matchdays of the season Hamburg had surprised almost everyone coming away with two wins out of two following victories at home to FC Augsburg and away at FC Koln.
Whilst the size and support of the club suggests that Hamburg should be capable of competing at the top of the Bundesliga there are few German sides that are as dysfunctional with many people tipping Hamburg to struggle in the bottom half of the league again this season.
RB Leipzig on the other hand came in to this match having survived the transfer window with their key players intact, despite agreeing to sell midfield dynamo Naby Keita to Liverpool that transfer will not go through until the end of the season, they also managed to hold on to German international striker Timo Wener, both players would be key figures in this match.
Hamburg began the game with a system. Striker Bobby Wood has impressed so far this season and he would be supported by Lewis Holtby, Filip Kostic and Andre Hahn, a combination that offers pace and creativity in the final third.
In midfield they favour a double pivot with Wallace and Albin Ekdal favoured for this match. In defence Dennis Diekmeir and young Dutchman Rick Van Drongelen are functional if not exceptional fullbacks whilst Gideon Jung and Kyriakos Papadopolous form an effective central defensive unit.
RB Leipzig on the other hand have continued with the balanced system that served them so well last season. In midfield Naby Keita and Diego Demme are both full of industry and running, this prevents teams playing with three in the centre of midfield from over running RB Leipzig centrally.
Last season RB Leipzig took a lot of teams bu surprise with their high tempo system playing a style of football that drew many admirers from across football, in this match however despite the system being the same the tempo and style of play coming from Leipzig was far more balanced and nuanced.
They still pressed the ball when necessary but in truth Hamburg were all but restricted to playing direct balls in to the Leipzig half as the away side controlled the tempo of the game expertly.
Against a side that sat in a low block with a back four and to shielding midfielders Leipzig were superb in controlling the match in the Hamburg half with a truly balanced approach to the match.
This passmap supplied by 11tegen11 using Opta data illustrates superbly how balanced the tactical system was in this match from Leipzig.
With Naby Keita and Diego Demme providing an excellent midfield platform there was no sense of Leipzig favouring one side to the other in their attacking build up.
Instead they probed across the Hamburg defensive structure looking for a route through to goal. Here you can see the balance within the RBL system as well as the shape of Hamburg in the defensive phase, with Dayot Upamecano in possession of the ball the two wide midfielders for Leipzig have narrowed the field by moving inside in to the half spaces.