Stuttgart vs 1860 Munich by Sors
However, Stuttgart remains close to the first two teams in the standings (two points behind Heidenheim and six points behind Braunschweig) and unlike their inconsistent results away from home (2-1-2 4/8), the hosts are doing much better at Mercedes-Benz Arena, having recorded three wins in their previous four games here against St. Pauli (2-1), Heidenheim (1-2), Braunschweig (2-0) and Greuther Furth (4-0).
Tobias Werner (m / 5+0) and Hajime Hosogai (m / 7+0) will miss this home match against Munich 1860 due to injuries, but the hosts will be boosted by the return of Simon Terodde (f / 7+2).
In the matter of fact, the guests have much more problems with injured and suspended players ahead of this clash, as Munich 1860 will travel to Stuttgart without Milos Degenek (d / 6+0), Sebastian Boenisch (d / 0+0), Filip Stojkovic (d / 2+0), Goran Sukalo (m / 1+0), Stefan Aigner (m / 4+1), Ribamar (f / 0+0), Krisztian Simon (f / 0+0) and Ivica Olic (f / 7+0).
This leaves very few options for changes for Kosta Runjaic, whose team is in obvious decline after the promising start of the season, as Munich 1860 will enter the game on the back of three consecutive defeats at the hands of Hannover (0-2/home), Wurzburger Kickers (0-2/away) and Dusseldorf last Sunday (1-3/home).In fact, Munich 1860 won just one point from the last five rounds, a 2-2 draw in the visit to St. Pauli – the last team in the standings.
I think that Stuttgart will return to the winning path with three points from this home match against Munich 1860.
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|Stuttgart||Unibet||1.60||8||2-1 WON (+4.8 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.