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RW Essen vs Dusseldorf II Prediction & Betting tips
Second teams are often lucky bags in the regional leagues. What unites the respective teams, however, is the primary endeavor to prepare the young players in the squad as well as possible for the upcoming tasks in professional business. If the results are also correct, the respective coach of a U23 likes to be the focus of higher-class clubs.
Nicholas Michaty, coach of the second agency from Düsseldorf, seems to love his job, however. The 47-year-old is already in his third year and has so far been able to attract attention with very good results. Friday evening will show whether the successful trend will continue or can be confirmed.
Then it comes to the top game between RW Essen and Düsseldorf 2. According to the odds, a prognosis in the direction of a sovereign home win is close.
The fact that the home side’s role as favorites is so clear is, from our point of view, only partially understandable. Although the team of coach Neidhart definitely has the higher quality, so far Fortuna has also been able to convince. Eleven points from five games and only one goal conceded underline this impressively.
In the table of the Regionalliga West, the Bundesliga reserve is even ahead of the promotion candidate, who is also still unbeaten after four matches. Because two teams in good shape are facing each other, we will not give a tip on the outcome of the game before the duel between RW Essen and Düsseldorf 2. Instead, the focus is on the Tor market.
A traditional club wants to go back to the professional leagues! This is the headline for Rot-Weiß Essen’s mission this season. The German champions from 1955 spared no expense or effort to build a team that has what it takes to return to the third division as champions of the Regionalliga West. Those in charge certainly succeeded in transferring the king with coach Christian Neidhart, who had previously done very good work in Meppen for many years.
Despite the undoubtedly existing potential, it can be stated that the west season together with the south-west season is certainly the most demanding of the four regional leagues. On the one hand, this is due to the many secondary agencies; on the other hand also at clubs like Preußen Münster or Fortuna Cologne, which also have great ambitions.
So far, things have been going very well for the red and whites. After the surprising advancement in the DFB Pokal against Bundesliga promoted Bielefeld, the Neidhart-Elf are also unbeaten after four game days in league three. Two draws on the first two game days were followed by two wins at home against Aalen and in Lippstadt. In footballing terms, there is definitely still room for improvement, especially when the individual quality is no longer sufficient to put an opponent in their place at eye level.
The traditional club can definitely build on its own audience on Friday evening. If nothing changes at short notice, up to 5,000 spectators can attend the match on Hafenstrasse. Nevertheless, the experienced coach Neidhart will not make the mistake and let his boys run into bad luck. A structured and orderly performance will be necessary, especially since your own defense has only been clean once. We therefore do not expect an excessive risk of the supposed favorite and consequently not so many goals.
Oliver Fink is the best-known player in Fortuna Düsseldorf’s second team. In the previous year, the 38-year-old completed 14 matches for the Bundesliga team. Now the veteran is not only an integral part of the reserve, but also the clear stabilizer. Fink has been on the field in all five games so far. In addition to two scorer points, it is especially his tough duel that currently ensures that coach Michaty can rely on his defense.
With only one goal conceded, Fortuna is currently the best defense in the Regionalliga West. In the last four matches, the only 18-year-old and very talented keeper Dennis Gorka kept the clean slate.
By the way, good defense is the basis of success, because with eleven points from five games, the Düsseldorf reserve is currently in a strong third place. With 14: 1, the people of Flingen even have the best goal difference of all teams. On Friday evening, however, the youngsters from the Rhine can expect a much more complicated task, as coach Michaty also stated in an interview before the game.
RW Essen vs Dusseldorf II head to head matches
26.10.19 RL Dusseldorf II RW Essen 0 : 1
18.05.19 RL Dusseldorf II RW Essen 1 : 1
10.11.18 RL RW Essen Dusseldorf II 1 : 3
13.05.18 RL Dusseldorf II RW Essen 1 : 1
12.11.17 RL RW Essen Dusseldorf II 2 : 0