1860 Munich vs Sandhausen by Sors
Many changes have been made in 1860 Munich during the break, but the new signings in Jan Mauersberger (def.) from Karlsruher, Goran Sukalo (midf.) from Greuther Furth, Levent Aycicek (midf.) from Bremen, Maximilian Beister (forw.) from Mainz 05 and Sascha Molders (forw.) from Augsburg definitely own much more experience than those who left the club in January.
The hosts began 2016 with two consecutive losses against promotion-chasing Nurnberg (0-1/home) and U. Berlin (0-3/away), but won seven points from their last three games against Bochum (1-1/home), Dusseldorf (3-2/home) and Kaiserslautern (1-0/away) and will enter into that game in a good mood and highly motivated to win all three points.
Jannik Bandowski (d / 0+0), Vladimir Kovac (d / 1+0), Rodnei (d / 4+0), Richard Neudecker (m / 6+0), Daniel Adlung (m / 22+1) and Krisztian Simon (f / 3+0) are out due to injuries, but among them only Daniel Adlung can be considered as important absentee.Goran Sukalo (m / 0+0) is still waiting to make his debut.
Sandhausen continues to struggle in 2016, as the guests are coming into this game on the back of three straight defeats in the hands of Freiburg (0-2/home), Bochum (2-3/away) and Nurnberg on Tuesday (0-2/home) and with only one win in five competitive games in 2016: 1-0 at home against Paderborn on Feb. 5.
Damian Rossbach (d / 12+0) returns to the squad after suspension, but another key defender in Philipp Klingmann (d / 23+0) was sent off in the last match against Nurnberg and will miss the trip to Munich, as well as Robert Zillner (m / 19+1) and Kevin Kratz (m / 7+0), who are injured.
1860 Munich is in obvious upswing lately and I think that the hosts will keep the momentum with three points from this match.
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