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The promotion fight in the second Bundesliga seemed already to be decided. Due to a weak phase of the HSV now four teams are ready, all have still good opportunities to ascend to the House of Lords. In addition to Cologne, Union Berlin and FC St. Pauli, of course, the Hamburger SV is still in the race. In recent weeks, the Hanseatic League has squandered the excellent starting situation with weak performances in foreign countries. The table leadership is gone. Now is the time to get back on track. With the home strength last shown should be on Monday against Greuther Fürth at least one win in it.
In the first round, the Hamburg were especially strong away from home. Now the tide has turned a little bit. Away, HSV is currently getting little away. After all, it is much better in front of your own audience. That is why the duel between HSV and Fürth is a tip for a home win of our first choice. The Hamburgers currently have 44 points in their account. A counter would be enough on Monday to climb back onto a direct promotion pitch. The guests from Franconia are beyond good and evil. 29 points are enough to eleventh place right now. But more important is that the Fürth have recently stabilized again, after Damir Buric almost went no further. Under Stefan Leitl the tendency is at least positive again. The season is basically ticked off for the shamrocks. But you have to look a little bit, not to slip back into the basement. Nine points ahead of the relegation place but should be enough to tackle the remaining matches this season relaxed. On the Elbe should be on Monday but not much in it. Given the recent home strength of the reds, the odds are likely to include value. The kick-off for the 24th matchday in the second Bundesliga between Hamburger SV and Spielvereinigung Greuther Fürth in the Volksparkstadion will take place on 04.03.2019 at 19:30.
Is the HSV in the final stages of the season out of breath? For a long time, the chances of the Hanseatic League were just below 100 percent to return to the House of Lords after this season. Statistically it now looks much worse. The quota has gone down rapidly, but maybe the hamburger in front of their own audience on Monday again do something to make the statistics look rosier again. After all, Hamburg has lost at home last September in a competitive match. For eight competitive games, the Hanseatic League are unbeaten at home. Therefore, we are in the game between HSV and Fürth with a forecast for a guest victory but rather back. But it is also clear that the pressure on the side of the homeowners can be found, because the shamrocks can play completely free. The hamburger have this situation in the table but even chalking. The defeat last weekend in Regensburg was homemade and Coach Hannes Wolf had his share of it.
At first, everything went according to plan. David Bates brought the HSV 1-0 lead. Had Pierre-Michel Lasogga still in the first half, the Megachance used to 2: 0, the Jahn would probably have lost faith already. In the second round, everything got out of hand. Orel Mangala, who was just before the dismissal, but was not replaced, saw the traffic light card. In outnumbered then ran nothing more together.
Not only that the HSV lost the game with 1: 2. With Vasile Janjicic also the Mangala replacement also flew off the field. Gotoku Sakai will face defensive midfielder against Fürth on Monday and urges his colleagues to play more vertically to re-score more Torgefahr. This could perhaps be the result of the return of captain Aaron Hunt, who will probably join Berkay Özcan after recovering from a muscle injury. But missing the two locked Orel Mangala and Vasile Janjicic and the injured Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Jairo Samperio, Josha Vagnoman and probably continue to Gideon Jung.
The match association was in free fall. Among Buriz, the shamrocks played very undisciplined last and also the coach was not a very good role model. Also by numerous referrals, the shamrocks have kicked deep into a crisis. Apparently, the leaders have now presented the right solution with Stefan Leitl as successor, because since the new coach is in office, Fürth has not lost in three games. The Franks even had to deal with two teams, who still have hopes for the rise. If you want to draw an interim balance after three games, then Stefan Leitl returns as a new broom on the Fürth Bank very well. However, he can also tackle the tasks relaxed. In the classification, not much will burn, so that Ronhof has probably returned to peace. Maybe that’s the key to climbing a few more places in the table.
However, Stefan Leitl still has enough work to do, because especially in the offensive, there has been a lack of work in recent weeks. In the last nine second division matches Fürth has scored just three goals. That could be the deciding factor that in the match between HSV and Fürth we would not tip on the fact that both teams meet. That’s how it was last weekend, when Heidenheim was a guest at the Ronhof.
In the end, both did not meet and the match ended with a 0: 0. The Franks now also want to make a committed appearance on the Elbe. Stefan Leitl will not go too much on the tactics of the Hamburger, but rather plans to push through their own game. Whether that will work just at HSV, but must show. Personally, it looks very good with the cloverleaf. With Hans Sarpei and Yosuke Ideguchi only two actors are missing. Therefore, we consider it possible that Fürth will face up to Heidenheim with the same formation as last week.
Hamburger SV vs Greuther Furth head to head matches
27.09.18 2BUN Greuther Furth Hamburger SV 0 : 0
18.05.14 BUN Greuther Furth Hamburger SV 1 : 1
15.05.14 BUN Hamburger SV Greuther Furth 0 : 0
24.09.13 POK Hamburger SV Greuther Furth 1 : 0
02.03.13 BUN Hamburger SV Greuther Furth 1 : 1