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Since Monday the excavators are rolling in Wiesbaden. At the club from the Hessian state capital, the stadium expansion begins, which should be completed by the end of 2020. Thus, the SV Wehen Wiesbaden would meet the requirements of the DFL for promotion to league 2. A new grandstand, which on the one hand makes the visit to the stadium more pleasant (thanks to roofing, etc …) and on the other hand increases the total capacity to 15,000 seats, is planned. The club has to invest around eight to nine million euros and thus also makes a clear statement that the ascent to the lower house is planned and aspired to. Although the more structural prerequisites are thus created, the priority still has to be to obtain athletic authorization for the Second Division at all. The team of Rüdiger Rehm has suffered some setbacks on this path. After five wins in a row, the Hessians remained three times in a row without a threesome. Thus, the gap to third place and the Hallescher FC has grown to five counters.
On Wednesday, a win is mandatory in the away game against Sonnenhof Großaspach, who have higher odds against Wiesbaden and let the tip for a home win appear lucrative. The hosts are, in contrast to the opponent from the upper half of the table, in a very good shape and now five games without defeat. The self-proclaimed village club needs every counter urgently, after all, he only ranked one place above the relegation places. For both clubs is on Wednesday evening a lot at stake and intense 90 minutes are expected in the mechatronics arena. At 18:00 clock the kickoff to the game.
2: 0, 3: 2, 1: 1, 0: 0, 0: 0 – those were the last five results of Sonnenhof Großaspach in the third division. Since the beginning of February, the team of coach Florian Schnorrenberg is undefeated and has fought his way to a non-relegation zone. But with two points ahead of the reinvigorated Eintracht from Braunschweig, the danger is far from over. Especially at home, the self-proclaimed village club is more likely to score points. Only against Uerdingen, so once in the last six home games, the fans were allowed to celebrate a threesome of their team in the Mechatronics Arena. Against wobbly guests from Wiesbaden the underdog wants to convince with the same virtues, which led to the last success – fight, use, running readiness and the unconditional will. For a playful compared to the competition but somewhat limited team, these factors are essential.
Keeper Kevin Broll, who not only draws attention as a penalty killer, is a big guarantee for the good results. Most recently, the goalkeeper brought the opposing attackers to despair at the two zero numbers against Cottbus and in Rostock and kept everything that was fired on his case. As positive as this new defensive strength is with the Schnorrenberg-Elf, so it is still necessary to fix your own problems in the game forward. In five of the last eight games, the SG had no own goal. The experienced Timo Röttgen is a player who has to lead the young team with his experience. A bet by the 33-year-old on Wednesday is likely. Next to him, both Zlatko Janjic and Kai Brünker are an option. Youngster Makana Baku could provide from midfield for Torgefahr. Chief coach Schnorrenberg only has to do without Joel Gerezgiher and Nicolas Jüllich, who are both still in the build-up training.
When SV Wehen Wiesbaden, the world looked a few weeks ago, still very bright. The stadium expansion was in the starting blocks, with the exception of Patrick Schönfeld, who is in the build-up training, all men were on board and the team played week by week in a better run, which brought the big goal “Second League” ever closer. As so often in football, trifles are enough to make the momentum swing around again. The unfortunate 0: 2 on the 25th matchday brought the uncertainty back to Hesse. It was followed a week later by a playful victory at SV Meppen (1: 1) and last weekend a conceivable unnecessary home defeat against TSV 1860 Munich. In the 86th minute Sascha Mölders scored the winning goal for Lions with Lucky Punch, shocking the hosts at the same time. Wiesbaden was previously in a fairly balanced game visually slightly superior team and went in the first half even in the lead.
The attack by attacker Kyereh was not recognized because of offside. It is just these little things that suddenly no longer run for, but against a team. The three personnel changes with Gül, Mrwoca and Schäffler were unsuccessful. Whether these players will get another chance from coach Rüdiger Rehm on Wednesday, will show up. Anyway, it is high time to return to the road to success. In Großaspach counts for Wiesbaden only a threesome and the prognosis is daring that in a renewed loss of points, the belief in the rise would slowly disappear. The competition from Osnabrück, Karlsruhe and Halle has been in impressive shape since last week and the gap from now five points to third place should not get any bigger. With eleven remaining matchdays still much is possible, but the trend does not speak for the Hessen.
Grossaspach vs Wehen head to head matches
25.09.18 3LIG Wehen Grossaspach 2 : 0
10.03.18 3LIG Grossaspach Wehen 1 : 3
23.09.17 3LIG Wehen Grossaspach 5 : 0
06.05.17 3LIG Wehen Grossaspach 0 : 0
02.12.16 3LIG Grossaspach Wehen 2 : 1