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Nurnberg vs Aue Prediction & Betting tips
How we missed that! For two months, it was not possible to discuss wrong decisions and the often controversial VAR at the regulars’ table. Already on the first day after the restart, football made many headlines and already has the first scandal. VfB Stuttgart protested the 1-2 defeat against relegation candidate Wehen Wiesbaden due to a controversial VAR operation.
For Wehen Wiesbaden, the victory finally meant the connection to the saving bank. The relegation battle will be tough in the coming weeks because there are only five points between ninth and 16th. In the middle of this crowd is the traditional Bundesliga relegation from Nuremberg. This weekend the Francs are already in use on Friday, at 17:30 p.m. the duel between Nuremberg and Aue is kicked off.
The restart of the two teams last weekend was completely contrary. Nuremberg had to concede 0-1 at the Millerntor with a late goal, while the team from the Ore Mountains celebrated a deserved 3-1 home win against Sandhausen. With this success at the latest, Dirk Schuster’s team got rid of any relegation worries.
A look at our betting base table service shows a comfortable nine point advantage over the relegation place, while the gap to Stuttgart (3rd) is only eight points. Although the guests are clearly in front of the home side, the best bookmakers on the market have a clear opinion in favor of the club. In our tip category 2. Bundesliga the remaining games from this weekend are analyzed.
The return to the Bundesliga was short-lived for the nine-time German champion. After 34 game days and just 19 points, the relegation was unavoidable. Even one floor below, the Franks are not really on the track and at no point in the season could they even begin to meet their own expectations. The Austrian Damir Canadi was released in November and Jens Keller was presented as his successor.
An unbelievable injury problem can be seen throughout the season. Especially the position between the posts seems to be bewitched. At times, those responsible not only had to do without the three professional goalkeepers available, but also youngster Jonas Wendlinger from the second team was injured. In autumn, for example, Benedikt Willert – the actual number five in the hierarchy – came to 180 professional minutes (eight goals conceded).
But this problem is not a thing of the past, it is still omnipresent. Christian Mathenia was put off after an emergency brake in the 0-1 loss to FC Sankt Pauli. Felix Dornebusch – who was contracted in November due to lack of a club – was therefore used again, because with Andreas Lukse and Patric Klandt two goalkeepers still fail.
In the 0-1 defeat against Sankt Pauli, Nuremberg received great praise from many sides for an “outstanding away game”. However, the bottom line is the eleventh defeat of the season and the realization that the team has once again put itself in trouble. Jens Keller was really enthusiastic about the courageous appearance – especially at halftime one. The exploitation of opportunities left something to be desired.
However, good performance alone will not keep the class. The clubbers finally have to write to get some air in the relegation battle. In view of the performance, a tip on the home side is understandable between Nuremberg and Aue, but the previous course of the season raises doubts as to whether this is actually a recommendable choice.
VAR not only made a critical appearance during the game between VfB Stuttgart and Wehen Wiesbaden, but also on Saturday in a duel between the Erzgebirge Aue and SV Sandhausen. Ex-HSV professional Dennis Diekmeier was put on the side of the SVS after only four minutes – an extremely tough decision. Aue thankfully accepted the penalty gift in the person of Dimitrij Nazarov and took the lead early.
In the final phase, Sandhausen only managed cosmetic results. With this, Dirk Schuster’s team once again underpinned the strong home record. The Schuster-Elf won nine out of 13 home games (three draws, one defeat).
In the current home table, the floodplain is in second place and should dream of the first promotion to the German football upper house. However, in football, games on a foreign pitch are also part of the program and there it is anything but as desired for Aue. The home record is almost mirrored, because abroad the Schuster-Elf only managed one win with four draws and eight defeats.
The only away win was celebrated on July 28, the first matchday, at the Greuther Fürth association. This means that Aue has not won twelve away games in a row. In this respect, the quotas currently offered between Nuremberg and Aue can be explained despite the Nuremberg crisis.
On Friday evening, not only is the end of the negative series in a foreign place a great motivation for the FCE, but also the fact that Aue can already break the ominous 40 point mark on matchday 27. This should not only fix the relegation, but Aue would have the same number of points after 27 match days as in the entire season 2017/18 and 2018/19.
Nurnberg vs Aue head to head matches
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