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  • Borussia Monchengladbach have lost only two of their last seven away matches in the Bundesliga.
  • Three of Borussia Monchengladbach’s last four matches have featured over 2.5 goals.
  • Paderborn have scored in each of their last ten home matches in the league.

Relegated Paderborn set for another defeat

Paderborn now know they will be playing next season in the second tier of German football and their latest Bundesliga voyage is likely to go out not with a bang but with a whimper.

The basement boys had more possession and had ten efforts in their visit to Union Berlin on Tuesday but came away with nothing, the 1-0 defeat sealing their fate.

That result also means they are winless in their last 13 Bundesliga assignments and that was when they had something to play for so with little incentive to win, they are unlikely to cause too many problems for Borussia Monchengladbach.

Gladbach themselves got back to winning ways on Tuesday, thumping Wolfsburg 3-0 to make amends for successive defeats to Freiburg and Bayern Munich.

Gladbach can call on range of attacking options

The Foals are still in pursuit of a top-four berth and will leave nothing to chance when they pay Paderborn a visit.

They netted three of their four shots on target last time out without Alassane Plea or Marcus Thuram, their two top scorers this season, in the matchday squad, reiterating this is a team full of goals.

Five of their last seven wins have seen over 3.5 goals and a Gladbach win in a game featuring four or more goals could be a good prediction in the final Bundesliga game at the Benteler-Arena for at least another season.

Paderborn involved in high-scoring contests

Paderborn’s last two home assignments in the league have seen them crushed by Borussia Dortmund 6-1 and then stunned 5-1 by relegation-threatened Werder Bremen, showing they simply do not have the defensive resolve to compete in the Bundesliga.

The fact Streli Mamba is their top scorer with only five goals also shows they lack a consistent goalscorer but as a team they have failed to score in only eight of their 32 league matches this season.

They have found the net in four of their last six matches and have managed to breach the league’s big guns this season, scoring twice in both of their home defeats to Leipzig and Bayern Munich, and holding Borussia Dortmund to a 3-3 draw at the Signal Iduna Park.

That enhances appeal about a high-scoring affair and 3-1, a scoreline Borussia Monchengladbach have won by four times in the league this season, could be the best correct score prediction.

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