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18:50  12 october  2020
18:50  12 october  2020 Source:   freundin.de

"Will suffer": How Frankfurt approaches the duel with Bayern

 The top duel between FC Bayern and Eintracht Frankfurt looks like an unequal duel. Coach Hütter and sports director Hütter still believe in their plan. © Provided by sport1.de "Will suffer": How Frankfurt approaches the duel with Bavaria Paper form versus the well-known balance of power? In the eagerly awaited duel between FC Bayern and Eintracht Frankfurt on matchday five, the roles are clearly divided - although both teams are separated by only one point and two places in the table.

Sebastian Andersson will not return to Cologne until Wednesday. Although the Swede canceled his association's international matches due to knee problems, these required a visit to the Munich knee specialist Ralph Frank.

Zwei Kölner, zwei Fragezeichen: Die Einsätze von Sebastian Andersson (rechts) und Jonas Hector sind noch ungewiss. © imago images Two people from Cologne, two question marks: Sebastian Andersson's (right) and Jonas Hector's missions are still uncertain.

The Munich doctor had previously successfully treated Anthony Modeste and relieved him of the annoying knee pain. So now he lend a hand with Sebastian Andersson.

A deployment of the center forward against Frankfurt Eintracht on Sunday is just as uncertain as that of captain Jonas Hector. The 30-year-old suffered a wound in the neck and head area during the game in Bielefeld, has since paused and, like Andersson, it is not sure whether and when the team training will continue.

After all, Dominick Drexler, who was only able to complete partial units due to an injury from the derby against Mönchengladbach, and Jorge Meré, whose muscle problems seem to have healed, are back. Benno Schmitz (ankle) could celebrate his season debut against Eintracht - and Ismail Jakobs (muscle injury) can also train without restrictions.

Deutsche Bank wants to reduce the branch network to 400 locations .
© Arne Dedert / dpa The Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt's banking district. Deutsche Bank plans to close one in five of its branches in Germany. "We are planning to reduce the branch network as quickly as possible to the target size of 400 in the course of the coming year," said a spokesman for the largest German financial institution on Tuesday in Frankfurt, thereby confirming corresponding media reports.

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