• Hertha Berlin and Bosnia captain Vedad Ibisevic.

Hertha Berlin and Bosnia captain Vedad Ibisevic. (Photo : Getty Images)

Contending sides Hertha Berlin SC (10-7-4, 34 points) and Eintracht Frankfurt (10-6-5, 35 points) are scheduled to clash in a 2016-2017 Bundesliga season encounter on Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Olympiastadion.

Start Time and Streaming Info

The game starts at 12:30 p.m. ET. It can be viewed live online thru FuboTV.

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Hertha Berlin has been struggling these days with four winless performances in their last five outings. The team had dropped to the sixth spot of the league table as a result, three points below the last two Champions League qualifying berth for the next season currently held by Borussia Dortmund and Hoffenheim.

Die Alte Dame is coming off an impressive 1-1 draw with defending champions Bayern Munich also at the Olympiastadion last Saturday, BBC Sport reported.

Team captain Vedad Ibisevic broke the game's deadlock in the 21st minute with a stunning right-footer inside the penalty box from a pass by German defender Marvin Plattenhardt.

Head coach Pál Dárdai's squad almost pulled off the upset win, but Bayern forward Robert Lewandowski was able to find the equalizer during stoppage time to force the tie.

Meanwhile, Eintracht Frankfurt is also reeling at the moment a two-game losing slide. The team remained in the fifth spot in the standings, though, only one point above Hertha.

A 10-man Die Adler side succumbed to a 0-2 upset loss to bottom three squad FC Ingolstadt at their own home ground of Commerzbank Arena in their most recent Bundesliga fixture last Saturday, as per SBS.

After Ingolstadt defender Romain Bregerie netted the opening goal in the 26th minute, Frankfurt defender David Abraham was sent off in the 34th for a hard foul on Paraguayan forward Dario Lezcano.

German midfielder Pascal Gross then doubled Ingolstadt's lead with a penalty kick in the 69th minute before Australian forward Mathew Leckie was also sent off on the 81st, making it a 10-on-10 match from then on.

Head coach Niko Kovač's side was still not able to score, though, as they fall to a second straight shutout loss.

Prediction and Predicted Lineup

The predicted result is a close 2-1 win by Hertha Berlin.

Hertha Berlin starting lineup (4-1-4-1 formation): Jarstein; Pekarik, Langkamp, Brooks, Plattenhardt; Stark; Haraguchi, Skjelbred, Darida, Kalou; Ibisevic

Eintracht Frankfurt starting lineup (4-4-2 formation): Hradecky; Chandler, Abraham, Vallejo, Oczipka; Barkok, Mascarell, Hasebe, Rebic; Seferovic, Meier