Aue vs Nurnberg by Sors
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It’s obvious that this team has serious problems in defense, as Aue conceded a total of 23 goals in the previous eleven rounds (more than any other team in this league) and two or more goals in four of its last five matches.
In addition to that, the hosts will be without their top scorer Pascal Kopke (f / 11+6) for this match against Nurnberg, key defender in Sebastian Herther (10+0) was sent off in that game and is also unavailable, as well as Martin Mannel (first goalkeeper / 6+0).
Several changes have been made in Nurnberg after this team failed to win promotion at the end of the last season, as Rene Weiler has been replaced by Alois Schwartz and important players from the last campaign like Alessandro Schopf (midfielder / 6 goals last term), Sebastian Kerk (midfielder), Danny Blum (forward / 4 goals last term) and Niclas Fullkrug (forward / 14 goals last term) left the club this summer.
However, the new additions own enough quality to replace them successfully and after some problems in late August and September, the guests have recorded four wins in their last six official matches (4-1-1 13/5), as their only defeat in this period came at home against Schalke 04 in the second round of the German Cup (2-3).
Georg Margreitter (d / 2+0), Enis Alushi (m / 5+0), Shawn Parker (f / 4+1) and Tim Matavz (f / 8+4) are out due to injuries, but Margreitter is unavailable since August, while Parker is not a regular starter.
I think that Nurnberg will manage to win three points from this visit in Aue.
|Nurnberg - 0.25||BetVictor||1.94||8||1-2 WON (+7.52 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.