Stadlau vs Schwechat by SPC22

If someone tipped on Schwechat at Stadlau the last years he must haven been completely crazy. This someone definitely lost his money. I'm honest: It's still completely risky to bet on Schwechat when they meet Stadlau at their home ground. BUT chances to win are still much higher than before.


Why? Because Stadlau had the biggest rebuilding process of all Regionalliga East clubs this summer. Honestly, it's not a rebuilding process, it's a surviving process. The president left the club in May. The coach Erwin Cseh (who was the father of Stadlau's big success throughout the last years) also left the club and so did many, many important players. Money was also gone and the new president (a barber from Stadlau) had to reduce the budget to a minimum. Only Neckam (goalie), Bauer and Atan (striker) are popular players who stayed in Stadlau. The rest of the team consists of kids. It's no joke, nearly no player is older than 20 years. The reason why they don't get destroyed by other teams is that Stadlau has an incredible youth. Beside the big Viennese clubs Austria Wien and Rapid Wien Stadlau probably has the best youth of the city, but Schwechat will never meet such a weak team at Stadlau again. THIS IS THE CHANCE for them to beat Stadlau und get those very important three points. Schwechat knows that this is kind of an early 6-points-game to stay in the league and they just have to take this opportunity.


As I mentioned before, it's still a very risky pick, but thinking of Stadlau's surviving process and the once in a lifetime chance for Schwechat to beat them makes it very attractive for me to bet on Schwechat to win. Fantastic odds of 4.50 make it a bit easier.

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Pick Bookmaker Odds Stake Result
Schwechat to win BetVictor 4.50 6 3-1 LOST (-6 units)
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Comments (2)
3-1 actually for Stadlau...happy not to have be involved in this one
08/15/2017 - 20:18
wow your Austrian tips on quite a bad run.
08/15/2017 - 20:41
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