LIVE, Bundesliga: Frankfurt v. Monchengladbach

Joe Prince-Wright
NBC Sports

The Bundesliga continues to take center stage in the soccer world as the 2019-20 season restart saw five games take place in the early block on Saturday, while the final game of the day is a beauty as Eintracht Frankfurt host Borussia Monchengladbach.

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Frankfurt host Gladbach at 12:30 p.m. ET as USMNT veteran Timmy Chandler is on the bench for Frankfurt but fellow German-American defender Fabian Johnson is not in the Gladbach squad.

Click on the link above to follow all of the action live from Frankfurt’s Commerzbank Arena.

The hosts have had great runs in the UEFA Europa League in recent seasons but after losing their entire forward line last summer, it has been tough to rebuild. As for Monchengladbach, they are just about in the title hunt and will be locked in a battle with Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig to remain in the top four in the final nine games of the season.

Matchweek 26 in the Bundesliga will of course see games played in empty stadiums, which is the plan for the rest of the season and beyond. If you’re new to Germany’s top-flight, here’s a guide to help you pick a club to support.

You can check out the full schedulestandings and find out how to watch the action, while we will have you covered right here on ProSoccerTalk with analysis, reaction and more.

LIVE, Bundesliga: Frankfurt v. Monchengladbach originally appeared on NBCSports.com

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