Wacker Innsbruck vs Wolfsberger by Isaiah
Wacker Innsbruck continues to disappoint, as neither the break of the league has helped them to improve. They were tragic once again, this time away to Sturm where they fairly lost with the score of 3-0. Once again they appeared with several defensive weaknesses and accepted two goals by set pieces, while despite their strengthening to their attacking line to the last day of the transfer window, they failed to threat.
There were some incidents with the return of the team to training, as fans waited the team to protest for the bad season so far, where apart from verbal attacks, they received physical threats and several players managed to escape through the back door, while the most hot-blooded fans, visited homes of some players in the morning.
Alongside, there is fears and rumors that if the current result against Wolfsberger will not be the desired one, it is very likely that there will be invasion of fans in the stadium, and that would be a disaster and their team would have a very big problem then.
Spanish midfielder Merino (6 games played) is back to the squad after injury, while main defender Alexander Hauser (7 games played) is back too. In contrast, main midfielder Christoph Saurer (8 games played) is doubtful, while defender Christian Schilling (0 games) and midfielder Thomas Löffler (0 games) are both out injured long term.
Wolfsberger escaped from the bottom of the league table and took a deep breath after the impressive win over Neustadt with the score of 6-0 at home. They totally conquered the game and were ahead to the score with 3-0 early 22th minute, while Neustadt played with ten men from 23th min and then Wolfsberger did not faced any problem to manage more goals.
After such an impressive victory, no need to say much, they will go there with high morale, as this was the third succesful result after the draw away to Admira (1-1) and the win at home over Rapid Wien (1-0). This victory was another confirmation of the careful work being done in Wolfsberger, and although they have the lowest budget in the division, they have created a set of well-trained team. Only midfielder Gernot Messner (4 games played) is out due to injury.
Wacker Innsbruck will play with a lot of press from the fans, they need all three points and they must play open, something that Wolfsberger will try to exploit. The hosts want the result and are forced to push their opponent and hunt for the goal. Wolfsberger without anxiety will try to steal the result, so i think that over 2.5 goals would be a good option.
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