- Hertha Berlin have won only two of their last six matches.
- Borussia Monchengladbach have conceded in six of their previous seven league wins.
- Borussia Monchengladbach have failed to score in only one of their 16 home league matches this season.
Borussia Monchengladbach set for top four spot
Borussia Monchengladbach can guarantee qualification for next season’s Champions League if they take maximum points against resurgent Hertha Berlin on the final day of the season at Borussia Park.
Gladbach are in pole position to land fourth spot in the Bundesliga, having leapfrogged Bayer Leverkusen into the Champions League places with victory over Paderborn on the penultimate matchday of the season.
Leverkusen had themselves been on course to make the top four only to lose to Hertha last time out but the Berlin outfit may struggle to repeat the feat against Gladbach, who have been a force on home soil this season.
They have won 11 of their 16 home assignments in the Bundesliga this campaign and their home goal tally of 38 is bettered only by Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
Hosts can count on range of attacking options
The Foals have shown they have attacking quality beyond forwards Alassane Plea and Marcus Thuram, with both players having been sidelined recently but the likes of Jonas Hofmann, Lars Stindl and Patrick Herrmann impressing in their absences.
They have won 11 of their last 14 league fixtures and should be fancied to get the job done against a Hertha Berlin side who dazzled at the start of Bruno Labbadia’s tenure but have fizzled out a touch recently.
Hertha have lost three of their last four league fixtures, eradicating the possibility of a late push for a European spot after falling to defeats against Borussia Dortmund, Eintracht Frankfurt and Freiburg.
They did claim the scalp of Leverkusen last time out but that was at the Olympiastadion and they have struggled on the road recently.
Honeymoon period over for Hertha
The capital club have claimed only one win in their last five away league fixtures – that coming against Hoffenheim in the first game after the restart.
However, they still offer plenty going forwards with the likes of Matheus Cunha and Vedad Ibisevic at their disposal and should notch a consolation given that both teams have scored in 22 of Gladbach’s 33 league games this season.
A Gladbach win and both teams to score looks like the best match prediction for this contest, while a shrewd correct score prediction could be 3-1.
Gladbach have won by that scoreline against Mainz twice, Werder Bremen, Eintracht Frankfurt and Paderborn this season, while eight of their league wins this season have been by a two-goal margin.
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