RB LIEPZIG host Hertha Berlin as they look to gain ground on the Bundesliga top-two.
The home side emphatically ended their run of three games without a win last time out, thrashing relegation threatened Mainz 5-0 on Sunday.
That victory leaves them within touching distance of Dortmund and Leipzig will go level on points with BVB if they can pick up a victory here.
Hertha arrive in superb form themselves having not conceded a goal since the Bundesliga restarted, and were absolutely terrific when beating local rivals Union 4-0 last Friday.
When is RB Leipzig vs Hertha?
- Part of a blockbuster midweek Bundesliga schedule, this game is the early evening match on Wednesday, May 27.
- Kick-off at the Red Bull Arena is at 5.30pm BST.
- When the sides met earlier in the season, Leipzig ran out 4-2 winners in an entertaining clash in the capital.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
- Every remaining Bundesliga game of the season is being shown live on BT Sport here in the UK.
- You can catch this match live on BT Sport 1.
- Coverage begins at 5pm BST.
- If you're a BT customer or have their broadband package, download the BT Sport app to stream on a number of devices.
How can I watch for free?
EE mobile customers are able to watch the rest of the Bundesliga campaign free of charge.
Simply text SPORT to 150 and receive a free three-month BT Sport mobile trial.
Casting if available to your TV through the app, while you can also cancel at any time.
What is the team news?
Leipzig look set to be without Konrad Laimer who limped out of the Mainz win before half-time.
Dayot Upamecano is back in the frame after getting an hour in that victory, but Ethan Ampadu still remains a doubt with a back problem.
Marius Wolf has recovered from a foot injury for the visitors, but they could remain unchanged after two thumping wins.
Krzysztof Piatek look set for another start on the bench.
- RB Leipzig to win – 1/3
- Draw – 21/5
- Hertha to get the three points – 15/2
- Both teams to score – 2/3
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.
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