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The “Carnival Club” has been true to its name recently, with Mainz scoring ten goals in its last three games. While not their biggest win of the season, Mainz’s most recent victory (4-0 over Mönchengladbach) ensured that the 05ers could record their first pair of consecutive Bundesliga victories by three or more goals if they win by a wide margin again this time around.

Impressively, Mainz’s current form sees them on course for 49 points – just one short of the tally they had when they last finished in the top six in 2016. If they keep up the pace in this clash, it could be thanks to another great start from Lee Jae-sung, who opened the scoring in the first 25 minutes in each of the 05ers’ three consecutive home league wins prior to this fixture.

Hoffenheim will travel to the MEWA Stadium envious of Mainz’s momentum, as they finished Tuesday with the worst 10-game record among the 98 teams in Europe’s top five leagues (E1, P9). It seems everyone is expecting another slump, which would complete a first run of six consecutive Bundesliga defeats since November/December 2012.

That 2012/13 campaign saw Hoffenheim finish in the same relegation playoff spot they currently occupy (sixteenth), so fears of becoming a second division club are on the rise. Kraichgauer have failed to pick up points in their last four away league appearances, conceding an average of two goals per game after the 60th minute in the last three.

Players to watch: That could inspire Marcus Ingvartsen, who could feature after a Lee goal after scoring second-half goals in his last two games. In contrast, his Danish compatriot on loan at Hoffenheim, Kasper Dolberg, is still looking to score his first league goal, but it could be significant when it comes, as the previous eight games in which he has found the back of the net for his club Nice have all ended in victory.
Key stat: Mainz have earned 41% (13) of their 32 points this season in 2023.
Key fact: Bochum are the only Bundesliga team not to have scored a goal from the penalty spot this season.

OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00

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Author: Daniel Morgan