Who will move one step closer to DFB-Pokal glory?
Eintracht Frankfurt ended their 30-year wait to win this trophy in 2018, beating Bayern in Berlin, before adding the Europa League to their collection last season.
This season has been a lot tougher for Oliver Glasner’s side who are sat sixth, with Friday night’s 1-1 draw with Bochum meaning they’re without a win in five.
In this competition, die Adler have so far overcome Magdeburg, Stuttgarter Kickers and Darmstadt, although this’ll be a far tougher test.
Union Berlin were only promoted to the Bundesliga for the very first time in 2019, but have subsequently finished 11th, seventh and then fifth.
Right now, die Eisernen’s upward trajectory is set to continue, with them sat third, following Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Stuttgart.
From the Zweite Bundesliga to the Champions League in just four years would be quite the meteoritic rise, should they remain in the top four.
In the DFB-Pokal, Urs Fischer’s team have outed Chemnitzer, Heidenheim and Wolfsburg to get this far.
Having fallen to RB Leipzig in last season’s semi-finals, Union Berlin are determined to go all the way, potentially capturing the club’s maiden piece of silverware?
Who will win this intriguing match-up at Deutsche Bank Park?
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