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By definition, a chase duel is more of an encounter between two teams in second and third place who are after the front-runner. In the third division, however, the field of pursuers is extremely broad and reaches up to eleventh place. Therefore, the game of the fourth at the rank 14 must also be called a chase duel.
In any case, there are only two points between Hansa Rostock and Waldhof Mannheim. Both teams can hope to make the leap into the second division. For the home side from the Baltic Sea, despite the six places in the classification, it is an overtaking game. This illustrates how close it is currently in league three.
We take a closer look at the third division table. Hansa Rostock is in tenth place with 42 points. Up to the relegation place only three points are missing. Up to the leader MSV Duisburg only five points are missing. Everything still there for the Hansa cog. It looks even better for the newcomer from Mannheim.
The Waldhöfer are currently in fourth place. With 44 points currently only one counter is missing for the relegation, up to the top there are only three points. Up to this point, the newcomer has played an outstanding season. Based on the classification, no prediction of a winner of the game can be made between Rostock and Mannheim.
The bottom line would not necessarily be expected before the season that these two teams could play for the promotion. So it’s been a great season so far. Now it is a matter of taking the decisive step in the many English weeks that is possible for both clubs.
Before the match between Rostock and Mannheim, a tip on every game outcome seems to be possible. After the re-start at the weekend, both have dropped their feathers, so reparation is on the program. The start of the 29th matchday in the third division between Hansa Rostock and Waldhof Mannheim in the Baltic Sea Stadium will take place on June 2nd, 2020 at 19:30 p.m.
Jens Härtel knows what it takes to advance to the second Bundesliga. After all, he led 1. FC Magdeburg from the regional league into our tips for the second division. There the appreciation was over and the laws of the market caused the dismissal of the trainer, who has now hired on the Hansa cog.
With luck, he could now lead Hansa Rostock back to the second division after eight years of abstinence. However, ten competitors are arguing with the Mecklenburgers for three vacancies. However, the shape of FC Hansa encourages that it could still work, even if it is currently only tenth place.
At home, things went extremely well before the lockdown. Rostock scored ten points from their last four home games. This should be an indication to check the odds for a home win between Rostock and Mannheim, especially since the top teams from Ingolstadt and Braunschweig were each dealt 3: 0 in the Baltic Sea Stadium.
Overall, there was only one loss from the last six games. Last weekend Hansa suffered a perceived bankruptcy at the restart. In the east duel at FSV Zwickau Rostock was already 2-0 up through the goals of Nico Granatowski and John Verhoek. In the end it was 2-2 and Hansa was still lucky not to give up all the points after a dismissal for Verhoek outnumbered.
In the live betting this game was already bagged for the FCH. Despite this setback, the motivation on the Baltic Sea is still enormous, because the climb is a big team at Hansa.
Jens Härtel therefore makes it clear that the motivation after the restart is based on being able to intervene decisively again in the ascent race.
However, it will be difficult on Tuesday because Jens Härtel will have to do without some players. John Verhoek and Erik Engelhardt will have to watch blocked. With Michel Ulrich and Nik Omladic, two other players are missing due to injury. Especially on the offensive, Hansa Rostock will have to come up with something.
At Waldhof Mannheim, after all a former Bundesliga club, it was a long time ago that you could get in the second Bundesliga. In 2003 it went down to the Oberliga and only now does it look as if better times are dawning again with the Buwe. After the last successful years, the promotion to the second Bundesliga would be the next logical step.
It is difficult to predict whether this can already be achieved this year. In the direct duel of the promotion race, at least one opponent could be kept at a distance on Tuesday. For this purpose, it is essential to start a new series, because the track record of the past few months has got a blemish over the weekend.
The Waldhöfer were unbeaten for twelve games and worked their way up to second place. This series broke with the loss to KFC Uerdingen, which came somewhat unexpectedly among the best bookmakers. Between Rostock and Mannheim, the forecast is not necessarily that a new series will be started.
On Saturday, Bernhard Trares’ team had the problem that the ball simply did not want to enter the goal. Mannheim was the better team against Uerdingen, but the goals made the guests. It was 0: 2 after an hour. Substitute Jean Koffi still marked the connection goal, but in the end there was a bankruptcy.
Midfielder Marco Schuster makes it clear that the many English weeks now offer the opportunity to make up for a defeat immediately. That is the plan on Tuesday in Rostock.
Bernhard Trares has to do without Valmir Sulejmani, who contracted a torn muscle fiber against Uerdingen. Markus Scholz, Dorian Diring, Jan Just and Jesse Weißenfels are also missing. For this, Marcel Seegert returns to the team after a yellow card suspension and should play on Tuesday from the start.
Hansa Rostock vs Mannheim head to head matches
29.09.19 3LIG Mannheim Hansa Rostock 1 : 1
13.04.95 2BUN Mannheim Hansa Rostock 0 : 2
14.10.94 2BUN Hansa Rostock Mannheim 0 : 1
06.04.94 2BUN Hansa Rostock Mannheim 1 : 0
19.09.93 2BUN Mannheim Hansa Rostock 3 : 3