Sandhausen vs Nurnberg by Sors
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Only a few changes have been made in this team during the break, as Nico Hammann (def.) left in January, while the club signed with Thomas Pledl (midf.) from Ingolstadt and Korbinian Vollmann (midf.) from 1860 Munchen.
Sandhausen has a comfortable twelve-point advantage over the teams in the relegation zone, but most of those points were won between August and November, while the hosts have won only six points from the last eight rounds (1-3-4 5/13).
In addition to that, the hosts have serious problems with injured and suspended players in this moment: Damian Rossbach will serve the second game of a two match ban, Kevin Kratz (midf.), Robert Zillner (midf. / 1 goal) and Andrew Wooten (forw. / 6 goals) are out due to injuries, as well as a group of long-term injured players in Manuel Stiefler (midf.), Steven Zellner (midf.), Erik Zenga (midf.) and Jose Pierre Vunguidica (forw.), while Florian Hubner (def. / 3 goals) and Jakub Kosecki (midf. / 2 goals) are doubtful.
Unlike his colleague, Rene Weiler has a full squad to choose from, the guests have almost unchanged squad compare to the first half of the season – Alessandro Schopf (midf. / 6 goals) left in January, but was replaced by another good midfielder in Zoltan Stieber from Hamburger – and what is also important to be noted: Nurnberg will enter into the game undefeated in thirteen consecutive games in the league (7-6-0 27/10).
Nurnberg has ambitions for automatic promotion in the German Bundesliga, the guests are only three points behind Freiburg (2nd position) and are obviously in better shape compared to their opponents.
I think that the guests are capable to win three points from this match.
|Nurnberg - 0.25||BetVictor||1.87||8||0-2 WON (+6.96 units)|
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