This article is part of our Dream11 Fantasy Soccer series.
Werder Bremen do not have a lot of time left to avoid a potential relegation to 2.Bundesliga ahead of the 2020-21 season. However, they are coming off three straight games without a loss (W2, D1) and play at home Wednesday, so they could have a decent shot to keep their strong run going. Unfortunately, they have the league's worst record at home (W1, D3, L9) and that's something they need to change if they want to earn the three points in this matchup. The same can be said about Frankfurt – they are sitting in the lower half of the standings and have won just one of their last five. To make things even more complicated, they rank as the league's worst away side in the tournament with just one win in 14 away fixtures (W3, D1, L10).
Werder Bremen: W2, D2, L1
Eintracht Frankfurt: W1, D1, L3
Werder Bremen: Jiri Pavlenka; Niklas Moisander, Theodor Gebre Selassie, Milos Veljkovic, Kevin Vogt; Marco Friedl, Leonardo Bittencourt, Maximilian Eggestein, Davy Klaassen, Milot Rashica; Josh Sargent