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Hannover vs Karlsruher Prediction & Betting tips
An English week is also on the program in the second German Bundesliga. In contrast to the Oberhaus, the second division matchday will take place from Tuesday to Thursday. Three games will kick off on Wednesday at 17:30 p.m., including the duel between Hanover and Karlsruhe.
A trend-setting game for both teams. In the event of a home defeat, Hanover would have to deal with the issue of relegation again. However, if the home game against the promoted team is made victorious, the Kocak team can even dare to look up. With an away win, the KSC could, at least temporarily, reach the saving bank.
In this article, we will focus on the up-and-down duel. A look at the betting base odds comparison reveals a clear favorite role in favor of the home side. We are trying to find an answer whether this Hannover vs. Karlsruhe betting odds are justified.
The remaining games of match day 28 in the second Bundesliga can be found in the 2nd Bundesliga betting category.
For the team of Kenan Kocak, the corona break lasted a week longer because the “re-start” with a home game against Dynamo Dresden had to be postponed due to the quarantine measures at Dresden. The catch-up game is on the program next Wednesday.
The long break came for the Lower Saxony at an extremely unfavorable time, since the Bundesliga relegation team was only able to celebrate a “back-to-back victory” (two wins in a row) for the second time this season. With only one loss in six games, Hanover was in strong shape.
In the derby against VfL Osnabrück there were some question marks behind the current performance and it was evident that there was still sand in the transmission over long stretches of the game. However, the eleven showed great morale and was able to take a win despite two defeats. Joker Marvin Ducksch in particular became a match winner with his double pack.
Thanks to the third victory in a row (the club most recently achieved this in May 2017), Hanover has finally given air in the relegation battle. In many places, dreaming starts again, because the gap to VFB Stuttgart is “only” nine points. However, Hanover still has the catch-up game in hand.
In this regard, the 39-year-old Hanover coach immediately warned of great reverie. Finally, in the event of a defeat, there is a risk of looking down again. However, the good form is not to be dismissed out of hand and the chances between Hanover and Karlsruhe for a successful prognosis for the home win are very good.
The traditional Baden club Karlsuhe SC is experiencing extremely turbulent times. This is not only due to the worldwide pandemic, but above all to the financial situation of the association. One would almost like to say: once again the club is plagued by big money worries.
At times there was an insolvency in mid-May, but this could be averted. At a general meeting, the debt level was reduced massively by 20 million euros due to settlement or compensation agreements and a financial injection.
President Ingo Wellenreuther announced his resignation and made it possible for the “Alliance KSC” to inject six million euros. Economically, the re-boot was satisfactory, sporting the team of head coach Christian Eichner followed suit.
At the restart, the KSC prevailed 2: 0 against the lilies from Darmstadt. The club also took the swing of positive feeling against Bochum, but left three top chances in the early stages. Thereafter, Karlsruhe significantly reduced and had to be content with a happy goalless draw.
Thanks to four points from the first two home games, the traditional club left the direct relegation zone and is looked at at the betting base table service at relegation zone 16. There is only two points behind the saving bank.
However, gaining points in Hanover would be quite surprising, because the KSC is a welcome guest, especially abroad. In only two of the 13 games the journey home could be started with a win.
The two “zero” games after the restart give reason for hope for further counters in Lower Saxony. A less than 2.5 would be quite surprising, after all, eight of the 13 games (62%) abroad ended with at least three hits.
Hannover vs Karlsruher head to head matches
26.10.19 2BUN Karlsruher Hannover 3 : 3
12.08.19 POK Karlsruher Hannover 2 : 0
19.08.18 POK Karlsruher Hannover 0 : 6
04.03.17 2BUN Karlsruher Hannover 2 : 0
21.09.16 2BUN Hannover Karlsruher 1 : 0