16 May 2020 12:45

Leipzig 3-2 Freiburg Bundesliga action returns to Germany this Saturday as the first European sports league to restart.

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Freiburg: Bundesliga live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, team news, match odds

RB Leipzig welcomes Freiburg to Red Bull Arena on Saturday as the Bundesliga officially returns following a two-month break thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The German league is the first major European competition to restart with all 18 teams in action through Monday. Action picks up on Saturday with RB Leipzig and Freiburg eye European spots. Odds: RB Leipzig -300 | Draw +450 | Freiburg +750 RB Leipzig: A team that can score several in a game on a consistent basis, the defense was looking sharp before the break with one goal conceded in their last five games in all competition. Against a Freiburg team that at times doesn't create all that much, an early goal could be enough for them to take all three points.

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Freiburg conceded multiple goals in just one of their last five games in the league. Visit SportsLine now to find out which side of the money line has all the value in every Bundesliga match, all from the proprietary European soccer model that's up an eye-popping 13,800 percent. LEP vs FRB Dream11 Bundesliga prediction Today: Fantasy Football tips for RB Leipzig vs Freiburg match. After a hiatus of two months, football fans will finally get to see some top quality football as the Bundesliga returns tonight. The German league will become the first top-flight European league to restart action with the world watching with close eyes to figure out what the future of the sport looks like in the post COVID world.


RP Leipzig will resume their title charge at the Red Bull arena against Freiburg on Saturday evening. Leipzig's last match before the interval was the Champions League Round of 16 tie against Tottenham Hotspur which they won over two legs by a resounding aggregate margin of 4-0. Freiburg have had an impressive season so far as they have surpassed expectations with 36 points in 25 games and sit in eight place Leipzig are fourth in the home games table having taken 25 points in 12 matches at their own stadium. Freiburg have the ninth-best record on the road in the Bundesliga this year with 16 points in 13 away games RB Leipzig: Peter Gulacsi, Yvon Mvogo, Philipp Tschauner, Angelino, Marcel Halstenberg, Lukas Klostermann, Willi Orban, Dayot Upamecano, Ethan Ampadu, Ibrahima Konate, Nordi Mukiele, Frederik Jakel, Malik Talabidi, Emil Forsberg, Kevin Kampl, Christopher Nkunku, Marcel Sabitzer, Dani Olmo, Konrad Laimer, Tyler Adams, Amadou Haidara, Hannes Wolf, Fabrice Hartmann, Mads Bidstrup, Tom Krauss, Yussuf Poulsen, Patrik Schick, Timo Werner, Ademola Lookman Freiburg:Niclas Thiede, Mark Flekken, Alexander Schwolow, Nico Schlotterbeck, Lukas Kubler, Manuel Gulde, Jonathan Schmid, Dominique Heintz, Gian-Luca Itter, Philipp Lienhart, Christian Gunter, Robin Koch, Amir Abrashi, Lino Tempelmann, Yannik Keitel, Brandon Borrello, Florian Kath, Mike Frantz, Nicolas Hofler, Janik Haberer, Yoric Ravet, Chang-Hoon Kwon, Vincenzo Grifo, Roland Sallai, Nils Petersen, Lucas Holer, Luca Waldschmidt RB Leipzig host Freiburg today as the Bundesliga makes a welcome return. Leipzig are fighting for the title this season and sit five points behind league leaders Bayern Munich.

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They need a win to maintain their hopes of snatching the crown away from Bayern, but they won't have it easy against Freiburg. Freiburg beat Leipzig 2-1 earlier this season, although they will have to be at their very best to pull off a repeat performance. Subscribers are able to stream the game online via the BT Sport website. Leipzig 3-2 Freiburg Bundesliga action returns to Germany this Saturday as the first European sports league to restart. Among the games slated to begin this weekend are RB Leipzig hosting Freiburg.

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Leipzig currently sits in third-place in the Bundesliga standings with a record of 14-3 with eight draws for 50 points, while Freiburg is in eighth place with a 10-9 win-loss record with six draws and 36 points. Freiburg too had been struggling before the pandemic suspended the season with losses in four of its past seven matches, with only two wins and a draw coming during that span. Where: Red Bull Arena in Leipzig, Germany Football Soccer clubs contemplating options for season ticket holders ABS-CBN Sports on May 16, 2020 09:43 AM FILE - In this Thursday, April 16, 2020 file photo, portraits of fans of German Bundesliga soccer club Borussia Moenchengladbach are set on the supporters tribune in the stadium in Moenchengladbach, Germany. When the Bundesliga resumes on Saturday, May 16 after a two-month suspension caused by the pandemic, Borussia Dortmund and Leipzig will be Bayern's main challengers.(AP Photo/Martin Meissner, file) MADRID (AP) — Many soccer clubs in Europe are still contemplating how to reimburse their season ticket holders amid the coronavirus pandemic. With most European leagues likely finishing the season in empty stadiums, clubs have decisions to make regarding fans who paid for tickets but won't be allowed to attend matches.

Though few clubs in Spain have announced options for their ticket holders, Madrid-based club Getafe is taking the forefront by giving fans a free season of league matches in 2020-21. Getafe president Ángel Torres said the more than 13,000 fans who are up to date with their ticket payments won't have to pay for La Liga games next season. though they will still have to purchase tickets for non-league matches. "With this measure Getafe wants to compensate the fans and thank them for their support in these difficult times," the club said. Getafe was in the round of 16 of the Europa League when the competition was suspended because of the pandemic. It has five league home games left this season. The club said the measure could be further extended if fewer than six home matches with fans are played by then. In England, Manchester United offered season ticket holders either a rebate for next year or a cash refund based on the number of games still to be played. Brighton offered a refund but said many fans agreed to donate the money back to the club or to a charity. Spanish club Valladolid also said many of its fans were giving up their rights for a refund "as a way to help the institution." Like many other clubs in Spain, Real Madrid and Barcelona were yet to announce their plans for season ticket holders. Atlético Madrid said it would give a 20% discount for next season, while Real Sociedad refunded 20% of what fans paid this season regardless of how the league would end. "We do not know if the competition is going to take place and, if it does, we do not know if it will be behind closed doors or with fans, which is what we would like to happen," the club said last month. "In any case, these measures will be applied even if the competition resumes with matches being played with fans." If matches continue to be played without fans next season, the club said it would refund 3% for each match, up to a total of 57% of the total price for the season. Germany's Bundesliga is set to restart without fans this weekend, but there was no officials dates yet for the resumption of the other top leagues in Europe. The Spanish league plans to restart without fans on June 12.

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