Wurzburger Kickers hosts Eintracht Braunschweig in round 16 of German Bundesliga 2. The match will be played on Friday, January 15th at Flyeralarm Arena (Wurzburger)
Wurzburger Kickers is not as hopeless as it looked a month ago. The Red Shorts have existed for over a hundred years. But, as a rule, they dangled at the actual amateur level and only rarely performed in the Bundesliga 2. Not so long ago, the team played at the level of the 5-6 division of the country. But after several years in the 3rd league, it managed to take the 2nd place in the last draw and gained the long-awaited promotion. At a new level, Wurzburger Kickers is the main outsider so far. The team earned only eight points and conceded two times more goals than it scored. But at the same time, it managed to significantly improve its results in January. At first, the 5-match losing streak was interrupted due to a 1-1 draw with St. Pauli. On January 9, Wurzburger even beat Osnabrück (2:3).
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Eintracht Braunschweig often hops between divisions. In 2013, the Lions even managed to get into the Bundesliga 1. But the team quickly reached the 3rd division, where it managed to avoid an even deeper fall due to incredible efforts and a successful bet on Andre Schubert in 2019. As a result, the team took 16th place. And in the next draw, Eintracht took 3rd place and returned to the Bundesliga 2. At the same time, the mentor was changed again in the offseason. The little-known 41-year-old Daniel Meyer headed the Lions. In autumn. they managed to start with a sensational 5-4 victory over Hertha in the cup. But in the championship, the results were more modest. At first, Eintracht scored points regularly at least at home (a draw with Holstein and victories over Bochum and Nurnberg), but then the results worsened. After a 2-1 home win over St. Pauli on December 5th, the newcomer gained only one point in four rounds. And only on Monday, Braunschweig gained a 0-0 home draw with Fortuna.
Eintracht Braunschweig has not lost to Wurzburger in seven matches. But last February, the Kickers managed to secure a 3-1 home win. Recent games have shown that Wurzburger began to gain shape. Given Eintracht's inability to play away, we suggest betting on the hosts’ victory with a zero handicap.
Prediction for the match: Wurzburger Kickers to win with 0.0 handicap