Mannheim against wiesbaden on rank 2?

Dennis Kempe Wiesbaden in a duel with Dominik Martinovic Mannheim SV Waldhof Mannheim vs SV Wehen Wiesbaden, football, 3. league, 13.02.2021 DFB

SV Waldhof welcomes Wiesbaden on Monday evening at the end of 18. Matchday of the 3. League the SV Wehen Wiesbaden. The Mannheim team wants to get back to a direct promotion spot with a win. The guests from Hesse, on the other hand, have been waiting for three games for the next sense of achievement.

The promotion battle in the 3. League comes to a head. Magdeburg has already earned a small cushion as league leaders, but there are just three points between Braunschweig in second place and Osnabruck in seventh. In the middle of the pack is SV Waldhof, who are within striking distance in third place and can leave Eintracht behind by one point with a win against Wehen Wiesbaden on Monday night. The current form is clearly in favor of Mannheim, who have lost only one of their last eleven league games. The guests, on the other hand, have won only one of their past seven games. Kickoff is at 19:00 at the Carl-Benz Stadium.

Mannheim – Wehen Wiesbaden on TV or Livestream

The match can be seen live from 19:00 onwards at Magenta Sport and Onefootball in stream.

Mannheim almost unstoppable at home

The Mannheim team goes with a lot of momentum into the final game of the 18. Matchday. This does not come as a big surprise if you look at the performances of the past weeks. SV Waldhof picked up seven points from the last three games alone. In total, only three of 17 games have been lost. Fewer defeats no other third league team has on the account. The Mannheim team is also very difficult to beat at home. That has in nine games only the 1. FC Magdeburg (0:2) on 1. Matchday done. Since then, there have been eight games without a defeat, including five wins. The hosts score an average of exactly two goals at the Carl-Benz Arena and concede just one goal. So it could all come down to a 2-1 score.

A close game would not be unlikely. Last season, the two clubs faced each other for the first time in the 3. League opposite. Both the first and second leg ended with a 1:0 score for the visitors. Wehen Wiesbaden will therefore certainly not be underestimated, although they will not be satisfied with a point after the 3:1 last at TSV 1860. Coach Patrick Glockner can call on all players except Anthony Roczen and Alexander Rossipal. Major changes compared to the success in Munich are therefore not expected.

Facts about the game:

  • Mannheim have only lost three games this season. Best record in the 3. League.
  • Mannheim has scored 18 times at home in 9 games. Only 1860 Munich (19) is more dangerous in their own stadium.
  • Mannheim has not lost any of its last eight games at home (5 wins, 3 draws).
  • Wehen Wiesbaden is still waiting for its first goal after three games under new coach Markus Kauczinski.
  • Wehen Wiesbaden have not won any of their four competitive matches in November (2 draws).

Wehen Wiesbaden scores mainly away from home

With the guests from Hessen one cannot speak so far really of a strong season. Only eleventh place and a change of coach has also been made in Wiesbaden. Rudiger Rehm had to pack his bags after the 3:4 against Meppen. After four points from two games under the interim duo Krannich/Doring came Markus Kauczinski. It hasn’t gotten any better since then. Under the 51-year-old, Wiesbaden have not even scored a goal in three games. In the Hesse State Cup, they lost 1-0 to fifth-division team Turk Gucu Friedberg. The league debut under Kauczinski in Kaiserslautern was also lost with 0:1. Recently, the goalless draw against Verl was enough to win the first point. Still not the claim of the former second league team.

With a win at promotion contenders Mannheim, they might be able to flip the switch and roll up the field from below. Because seven points behind the upcoming opponent is nothing you can’t make up now. With a win, it would already go up to ninth place. That’s something the Wiesbaden team can certainly be relied upon to do, as the SVWW has picked up 16 of its 23 points in foreign stadiums. With another three points you would even be the away strongest team of the league. Out of nine games five were won and only three lost. Among them were victories at the promoted Braunschweig (2:1) and Saarbrucken (4:3) or at the relegated Osnabruck (1:0). So maybe on a good day something is possible in Mannheim after all. Tim Boss, Emanuel Taffertshofer, Sebastian Mrowca and Gianluca Korte are not participating due to injury.

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