Frankfurt vs Nottingham Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 05/08/2023

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Frankfurt vs Nottingham Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 05/08/2023

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Frankfurt vs Nottingham Top Two Betting Tips

English minions Nottingham Forest travel to Germany for their final friendly on Saturday, August 05th. The Eagles from Frankfurt host this fixture and the ambitious Germans that just one year ago were in the Europa League final will seek a confidence boost against the shaky Tricky Trees. Here are our Frankfurt vs Nottingham betting tips.

Frankfurt Clean Sheet

  • Nottingham failed to score in 4 of their 5 friendlies this summer.
  • at home, Frankfurt haven't conceded more than 1 goal in any of their last 9 games.
  • Frankfurt kept 2 clean sheets in their last 5 home matches.

Frankfurt to Score First

  • Nottingham have conceded the first goal in 4 of their 5 friendlies this summer.
  • Frankfurt have scored first in 4 of their last 6 home matches.
  • Nottingham conceded the first goal in both of their previous trips to Germany.

Frankfurt vs Nottingham: Bookmakers & Odds

Let's take a look at the latest markets and odds ahead of Frankfurt vs Nottingham.

Frankfurt odds: 8/15 (1.53) – 65.2%

Draw odds: 54/20 (3.70) – 27.0%

Nottingham odds: 29/10 (3.90) – 25.6%

*all odds provided are the best price at the time of publication and come from various bookmakers and therefore the probabilities won't always add up to 100%.

Frankfurt are the fancied winners of this game with a probability of 65.2%. According to the odds Nottingham's chances for the win are very slim – 25.6%. For more of our football betting tips where you can find all of today's best picks

Frankfurt vs Hoffenheim Lineups and Last Match

Frankfurt

Frankfurt's pre-season has been far from great so far. The Eagles changes managers at the end of last season. Glassner left and the ex-Bayern and RB Leipzig assistant coach Dino Topmoller took charge. Topmoller is still searching for his best lineup and this explains why Frankfurt went winless in their last 3 friendlies (D1 L2).

Frankfurt also underwent many changes in the summer with 10 new players arriving. However, they lost their star playmaker Daichi Kamada and without him, things have been hard so far.

All of Loune, Knauff and Alario are missing the game injured.

Predicted Lineup – Trapp (GK), Buta, Hasebe, Pacho, Tuta, Max, Skhiri, Dina Ebimbe, Gotze, Hauge & Kolo Muani

Nottingham

Nottingham were lucky to avoid relegation last season but this hasn't inspired them much and the summer friendlies have been a tough watch so far. The Tricky Trees lost 4 of their last 5 test matches, with the biggest humiliation coming just this Wednesday when they were beaten 0-5 by Rennes.

Scored only 2 goals in those 5 friendlies, both in the 2-1 win vs Levante back in mid-July.

One of the best players for the Tricky Trees last season Brennan Johnson is yet to play this summer. He wants out and is not expected to feature again. There are several minor injury issues too but the squad is big so Nottingham can't hide behind excuses.

Predicted Lineup – Horvath (GK), Aurier, McKenna, Worrall, Aina, Freuler, Kouyate, Yates, Danilo, Gibbs-White & Wood

Starting Lineups

*Lineups are usually announced 1hr before kick-off

​Player to Watch: Philipp Max

The explosive left-back Philipp Max is a player worth watching. He's a quiet last season based on his previous years but with 15 goals and 23 assists over 157 Bundesliga matches Max is not simply a defender but a constant threat down the left flank.

Max has been on set-piece duties too this pre-season, so against Nottingham, he will certainly fancy an assist or even a goal to his name.


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