Werder vs Hannover by Sors
Bremen: Weidwald – Selassie, Vestergaard, Djilobodji, Garcia – Oztunali, Fritz, Grillitsch, Bartels – Ujah, Pizarro
Hannover: Zieler – Sorg, Schulz, Sane, Sakai – Yamaguchi, Hoffmann, Karaman, Fossum, Wolf – Kiyotake
Bremen climbed out of the relegation zone with an impressive 4-1 win in the visit to Leverkusen on Wednesday - third for this team in eight games in 2016, with three draws and only two losses in this period (3-3-2 17/16).
In the point of fact, the hosts won just three points from their previous three games at Weserstadion against Hertha (3-3), Hoffenheim (1-1) and Darmstadt last Saturday (2-2), but the truth is that they played well in those three games (especially in the last two against Hoffenheim and Darmstadt) and should have won at least one of them.
However, this match against Hannover is a good chance for the hosts to take first win at Weserstadion since Oct. 28 (1-0 vs. Koln in the second round of DFB Pokal), given the fact that Bremen will face an opponent, who is struggling mightily this season and whose motivation is under serious question after the home loss against Wolfsburg on Tuesday (0-4).
1-0-6 3/13 for Hannover from seven games in 2016, with three points from the visit to Stuttgart last Saturday (2-1), but this victory was rather accidental than logical turn of events.
Raphael Wolf (gk / 0+0), Michael Zetterer (gk / 0+0), Philipp Bargfrede (m / 14+0) and Aron Johannsson (f / 6+2) are out for Bremen, but these four players haven’t played a single minute in 2016, so their absence won’t be a big problem for Viktor Skrypnyk.
Leon Andreasen (m / 15+2), Uffe Bech (m / 9+1), Charlison Benschop (f / 9+1) and Hugo Almeida (f / 4+1) will miss this match for Hannover due to injuries.
The hosts are in a better form than Hannover and I think that Bremen will finally manage to win three points at home.
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