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Chemnitzer vs Grossaspach Prediction & Betting tips
With only four wins from the 19 games of the first half of the season, both Chemnitz FC and SG Sonnenhof Großaspach were on a relegation zone towards the regional league in winter. Since then, the situation at the village club, which has only got a three out of the first nine games of the second half of the season, has worsened, so the light blue and white have increasingly pulled their heads out of the noose.
With 17 out of 27 points from the second half of the season, the CFC ranks fifth in the second half of the season and has climbed to a solid twelfth place overall. Nevertheless, the Saxons have to make up for it. The cushion at position 17 is only four counters. Which bookmaker near Chemnitz offers the best odds against Großaspach can be found in the betting odds comparison.
The hosts in the stadium on Gellertstraße are favorites as a favorite, which is not surprising, since the CFC also marched after the Corona break and was able to record a 1-0 away win at bottom in Jena (in Würzburg).
The light blue and white won three victories from the last four league games, which in Chemnitz against Großaspach definitely influences the forecast. Conversely, the village club conceded a 0-2 home defeat against Unterhaching on Saturday and is still at only five points in the entire second half of the season.
Against this background, it seems to us that the home strength of the Saxons and the current momentum of the promoters is the most sustainable to play against Chemnitz against Großaspach Tip 1. Further analyzes and betting recommendations for the 29th matchday of the third-highest German division are available in the Betting Tips 3rd League section.
In the first half of the season, promoted Chemnitzer FC slid from one crisis to the next after returning to professional football after the immediate resurgence in summer 2019. Not only was there a lack of money (renewed risk of bankruptcy), but the Causa Frahn, who was accused of being close to the right scene, also caused unrest.
In addition, it was anything but passable from a sporting point of view. The CFC only collected three points on the first eight game days in the 3rd division and countered the next crash from the professional business.
Then, however, the light blue and white caught. Above all, because not a single season game has been lost in the stadium on Gellertstrasse to this day. In total, the Saxons occupy fifth place in the home table and have collected 24 out of 42 possible points in front of their own fans.
It is all the more important that this home series continues even with the first ghost game of the 2019/20 season, because Patrick Glöckner’s team managed to gain more air in the table thanks to the important 1-0 away win in Jena after the Corona restart, However, with four points ahead of the line, the head is not yet completely pulled out of the loop.
An opponent like the troubled SG Sonnenhof Großaspach is just right. After all, the odds of bookmakers at Chemnitz against Großaspach clearly move towards the home side, since the village club is currently the penultimate of the table in Saxony. Only five of the previous 28 season games have won the Baden-Württemberg.
However, this included the first leg, when the CFC lost 0: 2 at the village club as a loser at the premiere of Patrick Glöckner on the coaching bench. Thus, the coach and the team still have a chicken to pull with the guests, against whom there was also a 2: 3 defeat in Saxony in their last home game on March 31, 2018.
The game for the light blue and white will certainly not be a sure-fire success, although the momentum definitely speaks for the strong table twelve. The Saxons won three of their last four third division games and played zero in all of these three victories. The best prerequisites to come back to success against the weakest offensive in the entire league.
For SG Sonnenhof Großaspach, the ice is getting increasingly thin. The village club is not only twelve points behind the saving bank, the miserable goal difference of -31 is a clear indication of the quality of the club.
With ten pending league games, at least 20 points will have to be earned so that the relegation that is currently far away can still be achieved. For comparison: In the pre-season Energie Cottbus rose with 45 points to the account due to the worse goal difference. So if you need 46 points again to be absolutely sure, Baden-Württemberg would still need 25 points – an almost impossible task.
The fact that these days with the regional league contracts expiring at the end of June certainly does not make the time for the village club any easier, especially as the momentum of the fourth coaching change in the current season has fizzled out due to the involuntary Corona break.
According to Oliver Zapel, Markus Lang took over in December, who was replaced by Mike Sadlo in January before Markus lang took over again for twelve days until on February 26, 2020 Hans-Jürgen Boysen was somehow supposed to get the “Mission Impossible” going. His result: three points from three games.
Hope blossomed again on February 29, 2020, when the village club defeated Hallescher FC 1-0 at home. In the two subsequent league games, however, a 0-2 defeat was recorded, in which the biggest problem area of Baden-Württemberg flashed again.
We are talking about the absolutely tame offensive of the red-blacks, which in 28 league games leads to a sobering result of just 23 goals. The fact that the top scorer is a midfielder with Panagiotis Vlachodimos also shows deeply. No wonder that Matthias Morys made another adjustment in the attack in winter.
In Chemnitz against Großaspach, tip 1 is also the best choice because the new man, who scored four goals in twelve games in Austria’s second-highest division this season, has only stung once in his first eight appearances. It is difficult to imagine that the village club could end the peat lull, of all things, when the Chemnitz defensive was very stable recently.
Chemnitzer vs Grossaspach head to head matches
28.09.19 3LIG Grossaspach Chemnitzer 2 : 0
31.03.18 3LIG Chemnitzer Grossaspach 2 : 3
20.10.17 3LIG Grossaspach Chemnitzer 3 : 1
28.01.17 3LIG Grossaspach Chemnitzer 2 : 2
30.07.16 3LIG Chemnitzer Grossaspach 0 : 0