Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Gladbach: Bundesliga live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, odds, team news

Borussia Monchengladbach has its eyes on Champions League qualification, and on Saturday the journey toward a potential top-four finish continues as the club goes to Eintracht Frankfurt with Bundesliga play resuming. Monchengladbach is in fourth place with 49 points and just two points back of second, while holding a two-point cushion over fifth place. Eintracht has struggled a bit this season and is in 12th, but a win would pull them within six points for European spots depending on the other results this weekend. 

For a full list of the remaining Bundesliga schedule, including start times and TV information, click here. Here's how you can watch this match and what to know:

Viewing information

Date: Saturday, March 16 | Time: 12:30 p.m. ET
Location: Commerzbank-Arena -- Frankfurt, Germany
TV: FS1 and TUDN | Live stream:  fuboTV (Try for free)
Radio: SiriusXM FC (channel 157)
Odds: Eintracht Frankfurt +200 | Draw +260 | Borussia Monchengladbach +130


Eintracht Frankfurt: This team entered the break with three straight losses, with its attack and defense looking as bad as it has all season long. One goal in the last three games with 10 goals conceded, the hope here is that the team is rejuvenated refreshed and ready to go after the break. After losing key players in the summer like Luka Jovic following the run to the Europa League semifinals, the club hasn't properly rebuilt the squad and it has showed. Here's a chance to improve with a statement win.

Borussia Monchengladbach: With just one loss in its last seven, which was to Borussia Dortmund, Monchengladbach has been fantastic with a stellar attack leading the way. One of the keys has been Alassane Plea building off his first season at the club where he scored 15 goals. The former Nice talent has eight so far this season, with his speed and strength causing defenses problems. Eintracht's defense can struggle with someone of Plea's speed, so expect the hosts to keep a midfielder potentially deeper than usual to deal with him. 


Eintracht gets a point that doesn't really do much for them, while Gladbach is at risk of losing its top-four spot. Pick: Eintracht Frankfurt 1, Borussia Monchengladbach 1

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