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Duisburg – Aue, both teams were counted before the season to the relegation candidates, but beat so far wacker. Erzgebirge Aue is even eighth with 18 points, but also has only a manageable cushion of six points to the relegation zone. The MSV Duisburg lies as twelfth only two points behind Aue.
So far, there were twelve duels between the two clubs, which took place between 2003 and 2013, all in the 2nd Bundesliga. With seven wins, Duisburg has the clear better record, while Aue only brings two wins in three draws.
The MSV Duisburg has a changeable start to the season with four points from the first three games and the end in the DFB Cup against 1. FC Nuremberg (1: 2) put down. After a 1: 2 on Matchday 4 against SV Darmstadt 98 succeeded in Arminia Bielefeld in this form not to be expected 4-0 victory, but promptly followed a 1: 6 home slap against Nuremberg. After scoring the MSV while FC Ingolstadt (2: 2), but then conceded against Holstein Kiel (1: 3) and Fortuna Dusseldorf (1: 3) two defeats in a row, which made the situation worse. Since then, the team of coach Ilia Gruev has brought eight points from four unbeaten games. After a 0-0 at home against Eintracht Braunschweig zebras decided the basement duel at 1 FC Kaiserslautern 1-0 for themselves and braved then the 1st FC Union Berlin a 1-1. Before the international break succeeded in SV Sandhausen second 1-0 away win in a row, now the first home threesome should follow. Self-confidence was also fueled in the 3: 3 in the test against Bayer Leverkusen.
Except for the long-term injured Zlatko Janjic and Andreas Wiegel (cruciate ligament injury), all players are operational. Changes compared to the game in Sandhausen are unlikely.
Probable lineup: Flekken – Hajri, Bomheuer, Nauber, Wolze – Schnellhardt, Fröde – Oliveira Souza, Stoppelkamp – Iljutcenko, Tashchy
Erzgebirge Aue has made two capital losses and lost the DFB Cup at SV Wehen Wiesbaden (0: 2), making a major false start which cost the coach Thomas Letsch, who arrived in summer, the job again. Under interim coach Robin Lenk Aue but then brought four points from two games and the new head coach Hannes Drews celebrated at the start a 2-1 win at FC Ingolstadt. Thereafter, a 0-3 defeat against Holstein Kiel with two wins at 1.FC Kaiserslautern (2-0) and against SV Sandhausen (1-0) was countered .. And then as against the 1st FC Union Berlin (1: 2) and SpVgg Greuther Fürth (1: 2) was lost twice in a row, Aue gave back the match against SSV Jahn Regensburg with a 1-0 victory. Before the international break Aue took a point at FC St. Pauli (1: 1), but then cashed against Arminia Bielefeld in the last minute, the 1-1 equalizer. In a friendly match the VFC Plauen was defeated 2-1.
With the long-term injured Nicky Adler and the again locked Dimitrij Nazarov missing two offensive forces. Meanwhile, Calogero Rizzuto returns after serving a yellow card suspension.
Probable lineup: Männel – Rizzuto, Kalig, Wydra, Rapp, Kempe – Tiffert, Fandrich – Kvesic, Kopke, Bertram
Duisburg vs Aue head to head matches
27.04.13 2BUN Aue Duisburg 0 : 0
18.11.12 2BUN Duisburg Aue 2 : 1
29.04.12 2BUN Duisburg Aue 2 : 1
25.11.11 2BUN Aue Duisburg 1 : 2
06.02.11 2BUN Duisburg Aue 3 : 1