Stuttgarter Kickers vs Wehen by Sors

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Stuttgarter Kickers had a nightmarish first half of the season, during which the hosts won only eighteen points from twenty two games (4-6-11 20/36) and spent the winter break on the last position in the standings.


In the matter of fact, Stuttgarter Kickers are still on the last spot in the standings, but there is an obvious upswing in the form of this team in 2016, as the hosts have won eight points from their six games in January and February (2-2-2 6/7).


Those two defeats came away from home against Aalen (0-3) and Magdeburg last Sunday (1-2), while Stuttgarter Kickers won five points from three home games in 2016: two draws against good teams like Aue (1-1) and Kiel (0-0) and 2-0 win over Cottbus – direct rivals in the fight against relegation.


The hosts are now only four points behind Chemnitzer (17th position) and five points behind Erfurt (16th position) and their current opponents Wehen (15th position), which explains the importance of this match for Stuttgarter Kickers.


Manuel Fischer (f / 14+0) and the new signing Petar Sliskovic (f / 5+0) are out due to injuries, but Fischer is unavailable since December.Another newcomer in Bajram Nebihi (f / 5+1) also has some problems with injury, but could be ready on time for this match.


Only a few changes have been made in the away team during the break, as Jonatan Kotzke (midf.) left in January, while the club signed with two new players in Christian Cappek (midf.) from Chemnitzer and Timm Golley (midf.) from FSV Frankfurt.


However, Wehen still can’t find the right rhythm in 2016 and after four points from the first two games in January (0-0 in the visit to Mainz II and 1-0 at home against Hallescher), the guests have won just one point from their last four games in the league against Bremen II (0-1/away), Chemnitzer (1-1/home), Fortuna Koln (1-4/away) and Osnabruck on Saturday (0-2/home).


In addition to their mediocre form, the guests will be without Steven Ruprecht (d / 11+1), Christian Cappek (m / 3+0) and Luca Pascal Schnellbacher (f / 21+6) for this visit in Stuttgart.


Although they are still last in the standings, Stuttgarter Kickers are in obvious upswing after the winter break, while Wehen continues to struggle in 2016.In the matter of fact, home court advantage is another important factor here, given the fact that the guests have recorded just one win and seven defeats in the previous fourteen away games this season (1-6-7 7/21).


I think that Stuttgarter Kickers will keep the momentum with three points from this match.


Pick Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Stuttgarter Kickers - 0.25 Unibet 1.96 8 1-0 WON (+7.68 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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