Eintracht Frankfurt are currently bottom of the group, three points off Tottenham at the top of the table. Oliver Glasner's side have been in decent form of late, having won their last three consecutive games. They will look to continue their form with a win against Marseille mid-week.
Marseille are currently second in Group D, one point off Tottenham at the top of the table. Igor Tudor's side have been in poor form of late, having lost three of their last five games across all competitions. They hope to turn things around with a win against Frankfurt on Wednesday.
With qualification for the knockout stages still up for grabs, both sides will be looking to win the game on Wednesday and that should make for an enthralling matchup.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Marseille Head-to-Head and Key Numbers
- Eintracht Frankfurt have dominated the recent head-to-head record between the two sides, having won all of their last three meetings against Marseiile.
- Eintracht Frankfurt came away as 1-0 winners in the reverse fixture back in September. Jesper Lindstrom's goal was enough to secure the victory on the night.
- Eintracht Frankfurt have the worst attack and defense in Group D, having only scored three and conceded six goals in their four games so far this campaign.
- Marseille have the best attack and defense in Group D, having scored six goals and conceded only four in their four games so far this campaign.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Marseille Prediction
The two sides have been in contrasting form of late and that should come to the fore during the game on Wednesday.
Eintracht Frankfurt will be without Tuta due to suspension, while Ansgar Knauff, Aurelio Buta and Makoto Hasebe are all out injured. Meanwhile, Eric Bailly will be unavailable for Marseille.
We predict a tight game, with Eintracht Frankfurt coming away with a slender victory.
Prediction: Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 Marseille
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Marseille Betting Tips
Tip 1 - Eintracht Frankfurt Win
Tip 2 - Both teams to score - NO (Eintracht Frankfurt have scored 12 goals in their last four games across all competitions, while Marseille have only scored three)
Tip 3 - Jesper Lindstrom to score/assist (The midfielder has three goals in his last four games across all competitions for Eintracht Frankfurt)