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Прогнозы на немецкий футбол. Сезон 2018-2019

Тема в разделе "Прогнозы на футбол", создана пользователем Admin Kava, 4 авг 2018.

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    Hamburger SV
    Last season: 17th (Bundesliga)

    Manager: Christian Titz

    Pre-season friendlies: Büdelsdorfer TSV (18-0 W), TuS Dassendorf(10-0 W), AGF Aarhus (5-1 L), CSKA Moscow (1-0 W), Rapid Wien (2-1 W), SV Meppen (2-1 W), Stoke City (2-1 W), AS Monaco (3-1 W)

    Opening game: Home to Kiel (3 August)

    Transfers in: David Bates (Rangers), Manuel Wintzheimer (Bayern Munich U19), Christoph Moritz (1. FC Kaiserslautern), Khaled Narey(SpVgg Greuther Fürth), Jairo Samperio (Las Palmas)

    Transfers out: Dennis Diekmeier (released), Sejad Salihović(released), Andreas Hirzel (FC Vaduz), Luca Waldschmidt (SC Freiburg), Christian Mathenia (1. FC Nürnberg), Mohamed Gouaida(SV Sandhausen), André Hahn (FC Augsburg), Nicolai Müller(Eintracht Frankfurt), Bjarne Thoelke (FC Admira Wacker Mödling), Walace (Hannover 96), Alen Halilović (AC Milan), Sven Schipplock(Bielefeld), Bobby Wood (Hannover, loan), Mergim Mavraj (released)

    Hamburg are in the second tier for the first time since the introduction of the Bundesliga in 1963, and if performances in reason seasons have been anything to go by, it is not a moment too soon. Nevertheless there were signs of promise under Titz towards the end of last season, and many of their squad, including experienced campaigners that kept them alive until the final day, like Aaron Hunt and Lewis Holtby, have decided against jumping ship.

    Young Fiete Arp’s decision to resist the temptations of Bayern is also particularly laudable, even if the odds are he’ll end up there eventually. The 2. Bundesliga is the perfect place for him to showcase his massive potential, as is the case for Hamburg’s other youngsters.

    Their preparations though have been dampened by a spate of injuries at the back, so much will be expected of Bates and Rick van Drongelen. Friendly results have been strong, apart from a freak loss to Aarhus, whilst with the experience of the likes of Hunt, Holtby and Pierre-Michel Lasogga, back from his loan spell with Leeds United, on paper they should go back up at the first attempt. Hamburg don’t do things the easy way though, and football isn’t played on paper.


    1. FC Köln
    Last season: 18th (Bundesliga)

    Manager: Markus Anfang

    Pre-season friendlies: VfB Eichstätt (5-2 W), Bonner SC (1-0 L), Wuppertaler SV (2-2 D), WSG Wattens (2-0 W), Watford (1-1 D), Werder Bremen (1-0 W), 1. FSV Mainz 05 (5-3 W)

    Opening game: Away at Bochum (4 August)

    Transfers in: Lasse Sobiech (FC St. Pauli), Louis Schaub (Rapid Wien), Niklas Hauptmann (Dynamo Dresden), Benno Schmitz (RB Leipzig), Matthias Bader (Karlsruher SC), Rafael Czichos (Kiel), Dominick Drexler (FC Midtjylland)

    Transfers out: Dominic Maroh (released), Lukas Klünter (Hertha BSC), Claudio Pizarro (Bremen), Leonardo Bittencourt (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim), Yuya Osako (Bremen), Dominique Henitz (Freiburg), Sven Müller (Karlsruhe), João Queirós (Sporting CP B), Anthony Modeste (Tianjin Quanjian), Pawel Olkowski (Bolton Wanders), Miloš Jojić (İstanbul Başakşehir)

    Where did it all go wrong? In May 2017, Köln beat Mainz 2-0 to secure European football for the first time in a quarter of a centre. Just 15 months later, they are preparing for like in the second tier. The failure to adequately replace Anthony Modeste, injuries to key players such as Jonas Hector and a collapse of defensive stability saw the Billy Goats rooted to the bottom of the Bundesliga table for most of the season, despite some signs of recovery under Stefan Ruthenbeck.

    There is hope coming into this campaign though. Key players including Hector and Timo Horn have signed new or extended deals, all the more remarkable in those two cases given they had been linked with both Bundesliga and Premier League clubs. They have bought smartly too, with strong signings including Schaub and Hauptmann, plus two key men from new coach Anfang’s Kiel team of last season in Czichos and Drexler.

    Initial pre-season results and performances caused concern amongst the club’s faithful, but victories over Bremen and Mainz in their final two warm-up games will boost spirits, and assuming it doesn’t all fall apart, it’s incredibly difficult to foresee anything other than an immediate return to the Bundesliga for the carnival club.

    Holstein Kiel
    Last season: 3rd (lost play-off)

    Manager: Tim Walter

    Pre-season friendlies: TSV Büsum (10-0 W), MTV Hetlingen (10-0 W), SV Todesfelde (4-0 W), SC Weiche Flensburg 08 (3-2 W), Dynamo Moscow (6-2 L), VfR Aalen (1-0 W)

    Opening game: Away at Hamburg (3 August)

    Transfers in: Dominik Reimann (Borussia Dortmund), Jannik Dehm(Hoffenheim II), Benjamin Girth (Meppen), Janni Serra (Dortmund II), Stefan Thesker (FC Twente), Heinz Mörschel (Mainz), Timon Weiner(Schalke 04 U19), Tobias Fleckstein (Schalke U19), Hauke Wahl(Ingolstadt), Mathias Honsak (Red Bull Salzburg, loan), Lee Jae-song(Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors), Jonas Meffert (Freiburg)

    Transfers out: Lukas Kruse (released), Drexler (Midtjylland), Bernd Schipmann (released), Czichos (Köln), Joel Gerezgiher (SG Sonnenhof Großaspach), Sebastian Heidinger (released), Luca Dürholtz (SV 07 Elversberg), Nikas Hoheneder (Chemnitzer FC)

    Playing in the 2. Bundesliga for the first time in over 35 years, last season was a dream for the Storks. Their swash-buckling free-flowing football captured everyone’s imagination, and in an incredibly open league they pushed all the way for a shock promotion to the Bundesliga. Their form slipped away but they still held on to third, only to inevitably lose to VfL Wolfsburg in the Relegation play-off.

    This season will be very different. Anfang has gone to Köln, followed by Czichos and (via Midtjylland) Drexler, whilst other key figures from last season’s squad, most notably the league’s top scorer Marvin Ducksch (signed from parent club St. Pauli by Fortuna Düsseldorf) are also missing. Sides that have lost the play-off traditionally struggle the season after, with Eintracht Braunschweig even relegated last year, so Kiel could face an uphill task to even stay in the league.

    There are glimmers of hope though. New boss Walter is highly thought of from his time with Bayern Munich’s youth teams, whilst in Lee Jae-song, who had been considered the best South Korean player still playing in his native country before his move to Germany, could prove to be one of the stars of the season if he lives up to his reputation.

    Arminia Bielefeld
    Last season: 4th

    Manager: Jeff Saibene

    Pre-season friendlies: FC Offenbüttel (15-1 W), VfB Fichte Bielefeld(6-0 W), SV Rödinghausen (1-0 L), FC Baník Ostrava (2-0 W), FK Jablonec (1-0 L), Dynamo Moscow (4-1 L), SC Verl (5-0 W), FC Gütersloh 2000 (5-1 W), Bremen (1-0 L)

    Opening game: Away to 1. FC Heidenheim (5 August)

    Players in: Prince Osei Owusu (Hoffenheim II), Cédric Brunner(Zürich), Jóan Símun Edmundsson (Odense BK), Roberto Massimo(VfB Stuttgart, loaned back), Nils Seufert (Kaiserslautern), Philipp Klewin (Rot-Weiß Erfurt), Max Christiansen (Ingolstadt), Schipplock (Hamburg)

    Players out: Christopher Hemlein (Kaiserslautern), Florian Dick(Kaiserslautern), David Ulm (released), Nikolai Rehnen (Fortuna Köln, loan), Henri Weigelt (AZ Alkmaar), Nils Teixeira (AEL Limassol)

    Bielefeld are far from the most fashionable team in the league these days, but after keeping them up the year before, Saibene has made progress in putting two recent spells in the third tier behind them, and they quietly landed just short of the podium last season, without ever truly threatening to snatch a place on it.

    Their best business this summer has probably been to keep Andreas Voglsammer, despite intense interest from Ingolstadt, whilst after he burst out of their youth teams last season, Massimo remains with the club for another two years despite signing for Stuttgart. Their biggest name signing has been Schipplock, a striker in need to re-familiarising himself where the net is.

    Despite retaining the core of last season’s side, matching last year’s fourth-place finish will be a hard task for Saibene’s men, especially if some of the expensively-built squads live up to their reputations. Whilst there is a danger they could fall short of expectations, on the other hand the stability and experience means they are a dark horse in the promotion race.

    SSV Jahn Regensburg
    Last season: 5th

    Manager: Achim Beierlorzer

    Pre-season friendlies: TB ASV Regenstauf (13-1 W), FC Gottfrieding(12-0 W), 1. FC Schweinfurt (3-2 W), ASV Cham (9-1 W), SV Wehen Wiesbaden (4-1 L), FSV Zwickau (1-0 W), SpVgg Unterhaching (1-0 W)

    Opening game: Home to Ingolstadt (4 August)

    Transfers In: Johannes Kraus (Ingolstadt U19), André Weis(Kaiserslautern), Sebastian Stolze (Wolfsburg II), Dominic Volkmer(Bremen II), Maximilian Thalhammer (Ingolstadt, loan), André Dej (Sportfreunde Lotte), Jonas Föhrenbach (Freiburg, loan), Marcel Correia (Kaisersalutern), Julian Maurice Derstroff (Sandhausen)

    Transfers Out: Uwe Hesse (released), Marcel Hofrath (released), Marvin Knoll (St. Pauli), Kevin Hoffmann (Zwickau, loan), Bastian Lerch (VfB Straubing)

    Not much was expected of newly-promoted Regensburg this time last year, especially as Heiko Herrlich, the coach who brought them up, left for Bayer Leverkusen. Nevertheless, they quietly snuck up the table to eventually finish fifth. They home form was solid, and there were some incredibly matches, no less than when they came from 3-0 down to beat eventual champions Düsseldorf.

    With the exception of Knoll, their free-kick specialist who has moved on to St. Pauli, plus loan signings Benedikt Kimber and Josuha Mees, Beierlorzer has kept his squad together for the new campaign. The fill the void, he has added the experience of Correia and some youthful vigour in loan signings Thalhammer and Föhrenbach.

    Few will expect them to threaten the big clubs at the top of the table, yet this stability stands them in very good stead to pull a few more surprises this season. Marco Grüttner will be looking to match the 13 goals he struck last season, and he will be backed up by a supporting cast including Sargis Adamyan (who’s just signed a new deal), Jann George, Jonas Nietfeld and Stolze. They conceded as many as they scored though last year, and defence could prove a weak point once more.

    VfL Bochum
    Last season: 6th

    Manager: Robin Dutt

    Pre-season friendlies: DJK Adler Riemke (17-0 W), SG Linden-Dahlhausen (24-0 W), FC Brünninghausen (2-2 D), FC Zürich (3-0 W), Kaiserslautern (2-2 D), Stoke (2-0 W), Wolverhampton Wanderers (0-0, won on penalties), Borussia Mönchengladbach (0-0, lost on penalties), Monaco (2-2 D), Millwall (1-0 L)

    Opening game: Home to Köln (4 August)

    Transfers in: Miloš Pantović (Bayern Munich II), Vitaly Janelt(Leipzig), Sebastian Maier (Hannover), Robert Tesche (Birmingham City), Silvère Ganvoula (RSC Anderlecht, loan)

    Transfers out: Selim Gündüz (released), Kevin Stöger (Düsseldorf), Martin Kompalla (released), Ulrich Bapoh (Twente, loan), Julian Tomas (released), Simon Lorenz (1860 Munich, loan)

    Last season, Bochum seemed to be writing the blueprint for how to get relegated from the 2. Bundesliga, sacking Gertjan Verbeek two weeks before the first game with four men (including caretakers) ultimately taking charge of the team over the course of the campaign. The last of those though was Dutt, who was an uninspiring appointment at the time but launched an unlikely promotion push towards the end of the season, although as with others in the league, it fell short.

    This summer has been one of consolidation, with few new signings. Maier has joined from Hannover, whilst Janelt and Tesche have seen their loan moves to the Ruhrstadion turned permanent. Crucially though, few have gone the other way, although the loss of the creative Stöger to Düsseldorf will be keenly felt.

    Pre-season form has been good, but whilst the team look solid at the back, goals could be a problem again, unless Lukas Hinterseer or loan signing Ganvoula can hit a rich vein of form. Nonetheless, a much more stable campaign can be expected this year, and Bochum fans will spend more time looking up rather than down.

    MSV Duisburg
    Last season: 7th

    Manager: Iliya Gruev

    Pre-season friendlies: Hülser SV (12-0 W), Duisburger Stadtauswahl (6-1 W), Royal Antwerp (2-1 L), VfB Günningfeld (10-0 W), Brünninghausen (3-0 W), Hertha (1-0 L), Dortmund II (3-0 W), Bremen (1-0 L), FC Wacker Innsbruck (3-0 W), Al-Sadd SC (4-1 W), Fiorentina (0-0, lost on penalties), Athletic Club (1-1 D)

    Opening game: Away at Dynamo Dresden (6 August)

    Transfers in: John Verhoek (Heidenheim), Sebastian Neumann(Würzburger Kickers), Joseph-Clause Gyau (Großaspach), Seo Young-jae (Hamburg II), Yanni Regäsel (unattached), Richard Sukuta-Pasu (Sandhausen), Daniel Mesenhöler (Union Berlin)

    Transfers out: Mark Flekken (Freiburg), Daniel Zeaiter (Alemannia Aachen), Marius Krüger (released), Nico Klotz (released), Tugrul Erat (released), Dan-Patrick Poggenberg (Großaspach), Kingsley Onuegbu(Nea Salamina Famagusta), Pascal Kubina (SSVg Velbert 02)

    Despite some heavy defeats, Duisburg were almost as consistent last season as the other two promoted sides, finishing level on points with each of the three teams that finished above them. Gruev, as well as sporting director Ivica Grlić, have brought an air of stability to the Zebras, and despite still being held back by financial constraints, there are those that feel they could soon be contending for a Bundesliga return.

    Their defence held them back last year and in response they have, they have brought Neumann back to the 2. Bundesliga after he had stuck with Würzburg, whilst Regäsel, most recently of Eintracht Frankfurt, also comes in. With Flekken departed, Daniel Davari will want a place between the sticks after playing second fiddle but Mesenhöler impressed in patches during his battle with Jakob Busk at Union Berlin.

    They have added the muscle of both Verhoek and Sukuta-Pasu up front, and they will both be looking to break up the partnership of Borys Tashchy and Stanislav Iljutcenko. If any combination of those can click, and they block the leaks at the back, then they could finish higher than expected again, although in reality they will be looking at mid-table

    1. FC Union Berlin
    Last season: 8th

    Manager: Urs Fischer

    Pre-season friendlies: Carl Zeiss Jena (1-1 D), Chemnitz (3-1 W), FSV Union Fürstenwalde (3-1 W), Norwich City (2-1 W), Girondins de Bordeaux (1-0 W), Queen’s Park Rangers (3-0 L)

    Opening game: Home to Erzgebirge Aue (5 August)

    Transfers in: Sebastian Andersson (Kaiserslautern), Florian Hübner(Hannover), Rafal Gikiewicz (Freiburg), Ken Reichel (Braunschweig), Joshua Mees (Hoffenheim II), Manual Schmiedebach (Hannover, loan), Julian Ryerson (Viking FK)

    Transfers out: Steven Skrzybski (Schalke), Dennis Daube (KFC Uerdingen), Stephan Fürstner (Braunschweig), Mesenhöler (Duisburg), Kristian Pedersen (Birmingham), Toni Leistner (QPR), Philipp Hosiner (SK Sturm Graz)

    After pushing for promotion in the previous campaign, much was expected of die Eisern last season. They struggled to get going, yet it was still a strange decision to sack Jens Keller, who had seemed destined to lead them into the Bundesliga for the first time, in early December. André Hofschneider couldn’t lead a charge up the table, and they were one of many teams perilously close to both promotion and relegation until season’s end.

    The summer has been one of renewal. Several key players from the last few seasons have left, most notably Skrzybski, whose form last year earned him a move to Schalke. Their acquisitions have been impressive though, signing two of the best players from the relegated clubs Braunschweig and Kaiserslautern in Reichel and Andersson, plus Hübner and Schmeidebach from Hannover and Mees after impressing on loan with Regensburg.

    They also have a coach in Fischer whose experience of managing big clubs in Switzerland, most recently FC Basel, make him another ambitious appointment in the same vain as Keller. Like with Keller two seasons ago, and considering the squad turnover, expecting immediate promotion might be asking a lot, but they pushed Stuttgart and Hannover nearly all the way that season, and they could do the same to Köln and Hamburg this time around.

    FC Ingolstadt 04
    Last season: 9th

    Manager: Stefan Leitl

    Pre-season friendlies: Stuttgarter Kickers (1-0 W), BFV-Auswahl (7-0 W), Kaiserslautern (2-0 W), Innsbruck (2-0 W), Unterhaching (1-1 D), Karlsruhe (2-1 W), Gladbach (1-0 W)

    Opening game: Away at Regensburg (4 August)

    Transfers in: Charlison Benschop (Hannover), Osayamen Osawe(Kaiserslautern), Konstantin Kerschbaumer (Brentford), Thorsten Röcher (Sturm Graz), Agyemang Diawusie (Leipzig), Benedikt Gimber (Hoffenheim), Lucas Galväo (Rapid Wien)

    Transfers out: Marcel Tisserand (Wolfsburg), Florent Hadergjonaj(Huddersfield Town), Tobias Levels (released), Alfredo Morales(Düsseldorf), Patrick Ebert (Dresden), Thalhammer (Regensburg, loan), Stefan Lex (1860 Munich), Moritz Hartmann (Fortuna Köln), Christiansen (Bielefeld), Takahiro Sekine (Sint-Truidense VV, loan), Wahl (Kiel), Martin Hansen (Basel)

    Having retained much of the side that was relegated from the Bundesliga, many expected Ingolstadt to challenge for an immediate return last year, yet that didn’t account for the hangover to be a strong one. Maik Walpurgis was replaced early on by Leitl, and whilst they always seemed just one good run of results away from pushing for a top three place, such a run never materialised as they remained mired in the crowded mid-table.

    Going into the new season though, die Schanzer still have one of the strongest teams in the league. They have let go of some fringe players and Morales was snapped by Düsseldorf, whilst they have made some astute signings, with Kerschbaumer and Gimber having impressed last year in loan spells with Bielefeld and Regensburg respectively. The move for Osawe, who blew hot and cold for Kaiserslautern, is a more curious one.

    Sonny Kittel was their most impressive player last season and they have crucially tied him down to a new deal. He is one of a number of players who will provide plenty of creativity, but if they are to challenge then they need their strikers to make the most them. If one of Stefan Kutschke, Dario Lezcano (assuming he stays) or Benschop can fire, they will challenge more seriously this time around.

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    SV Darmstadt 98
    Last season: 10th

    Manager: Dirk Schuster

    Pre-season friendlies: TSV Altheim (21-0 W), SKG Stockstadt (10-0 W), FC Hanau 93 (9-0 W), SV Oberachern (5-2 W), SV Linx (4-0 W), Huddersfield Town (1-1 D), Roda JC (4-1 W)

    Opening game: Home to Paderborn (5 August)

    Transfers in: Sebastian Hertner (Aue), Marcel Franke (Norwich City, loan), Marcel Heller (FC Augsburg), Serdar Dursun (Fürth)

    Transfers out: Niklas Kern (VfR Wormatia Worms), Jan Rosenthal (retired), Markus Steinhöfer (released), Peter Niemeyer (retired), Kevin Großkreutz (KFC Uerdingen), Leo Petri (VfB Ginsheim), Joël Mall (Pafos FC), Silas Zehnder (SV Vikotria Aschaffenburg, loan)

    Four wins in their first six games promised a strong challenge for an immediate return to the Bundesliga last season, but they wouldn’t win again until after Christmas as Torsten Frings and an uneven team of youngsters, journeymen and washed-up stars did not prove adept to a challenge at the wrong end of the 2. Bundesliga table. Schuster returned, and despite a tenth-placed finish, they only moved out of the bottom two in the penultimate weekend of the season.

    Schuster helped bring back the defensive solidity that had taken them into the top flight, and kept them there, in his first spell in charge, and as the fourth best side in the Rückrunde, with little need for a further overhaul, they stand in good stead for the new campaign.

    Dursun’s arrival just before the start of the season helps to ease a dearth of strikers, especially with Felix Platte injured, but their strengths still lie elsewhere. Daniel Heuer Fernandes was one of the most impressive goalkeepers in the league last season, Aytac Sulucontinues to marshal the defence, whilst Tobias Kempe and the returning Heller reunite to provide a strong presence in the midfield. A push for promotion would be unexpected, but that was also the case in 2015-16, and the similarities between the two sides are there for all to see.

    SV Sandhausen
    Last season: 11th

    Manager: Kenan Kocak

    Pre-season friendlies: ASC Neuenheim (6-0 W), ASV/DJK Eppelheim(0-9 W), SV Oderachern (6-0 W), FC Metz (1-0 W), Middlesbrough (1-0 L), 1860 Munich (2-1 L), VfB Stuttgart (1-1 D)

    Opening game: Away at Fürth (4 August)

    Transfers In: Felix Müller (Würzburger Kickers), Kevin Behrens (1. FC Saarbrücken), Emanuel Taffertshofer (Würzburg), Fabian Schleusener (SC Freiburg, loan), Niklas Lomb (Bayer Leverkusen, loan), Alexander Rossipal (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim II), Mohamed Gouaida (Hamburg II), Florian Hansch (Chemnitzer FC), Aleksandr Zhirov (Enisey Krasnoyarsk), Jesper Verlaat (Werder Bremen II), Karim Guédé (Freiburg)

    Transfers Out: Sahin Aygünes (released), José Pierre Vunguidica(Saarbrücken), Richard Sukuta-Pasu (MSV Duisburg), Damian Roßback (Karlsruher SC), Mirco Born (SV Meppen, loan), Ali Ibrahimaj (Uerdingen), Robert Herrmann (Aue), Manuel Stiefler(Karlsruhe), Julian-Maurice Derstroff (SSV Jahn Regensburg)

    Despite being one of the smallest teams in the league, Sandhausen continue to defy expectations, as they came within a place of equalling their best-ever league position from a season earlier, despite relegation fears later in the campaign. The mastermind of the past two campaigns, Kocak, remains one of the highest-rated coaches in the league, and they have done well to keep a hold on him.

    This summer has seen them continue their policy bringing in players from the lower leagues, although they have supplemented those with the loan signings of Schleusener, following a successful spell with Karlsruhe last year and Lomb. The former will help to revitalise their attack, whilst Behrens and Guédé will also challenge Andrew Wootenafter his injury-hit campaign last time out.

    Many will jump to the easy conclusion that they will be one of the strugglers, and if enough of their rivals get their act together than that could happen, but as long as Kocak remains around, only a fool would dismiss their chances altogether. A first-ever top half finish will be the aim, but they will have to avoid the dip of the second half of last season if they are to attain that.

    FC St. Pauli
    Last season: 12th

    Manager: Markus Kauczinski

    Pre-season friendlies: Hameln-Pyrmonter Allstars (10-1 W), Eutin 08 (4-0 W), SC Weiche Flensburg 08 (6-1 W), Brøndby IF (3-0 L), FC Pinzgau Saalfelden (8-0 W), FC Liefering (3-0 W), Karlsruhe (4-1 L), Stoke City (2-0 W)

    Opening game: Away at Magdeburg (5 August)

    Transfers in: Marvin Knoll (Regensburg), Mats Møller Dæhli(Freiburg)

    Transfers out: Lasse Sobiech (Köln), Maurice Litka (Uerdingen, loan), Choi Kyoung-rok (Karlsruhe), Jöel Keller (Flensburg), Marvin Ducksch(Fortuna Düsseldorf)

    As with most of the league last season, St. Pauli were constantly threating over relegation. They sacked Olaf Janßen after a 5-0 defeat to Bielefeld, and his replacement Markus Kauczinski didn’t have a huge impact. They lost four of their last six games, but the two wins in amongst those were enough to keep them up.

    A lack of firepower was a big problem last season, with both Aziz Bouhaddouz and Sami Allagui misfiring. The worry this year is they haven’t bolstered their attack in the transfer market, whilst they were never any real prospect of convincing Ducksch to stay after his loan spell at Holstein Kiel. Allagui has shown some promising signs in pre-season though, with 11 goals in eight games.

    If Kauczinski can get the likes of Cenk Sahin, Wadlemar Sobota, Christopher Buchtmann and Møller Dæhli (now a St. Pauli player outright) to fire like they did the season before last, St. Pauli could be challenging at the right end of the table this time, with the presence of city rivals HSV motivation in itself. If not, they could be in danger of sleepwalking their way to a relegation scrap.

    1. FC Heidenheim
    Last season: 13th

    Manager: Frank Schmidt

    Pre-season friendlies: Sportfreunde Fleinheim (16-1 W), SCR Altach(1-1 D), TV Neuler (7-0 W), FSV Reimlingen (18-0 W), SV Nersingen(21-0 W), LASK Linz (4-0 W), SV Wallern (2-0 W), FC Krylia Sovetov Samara (0-0 D), Hellas Verona (0-0, lost on penalties)

    Opening game: Home to Arminia Bielefeld (5 August)

    Transfers in: Robert Andrich (SV Wehen Wiesbaden), Patrick Schmidt (Saarbrücken), Patrick Mainka (Borussia Dortmund II), Niklas Dorsch (Bayern Munich)

    Transfers out: John Verhoek (Duisburg), Marcel Titsch Rivero (released), Ibrahim Hajtic (Würzburg), Kevin Kraus (1. FC Kaiserslautern), Dave Gnaase (Würzburg), Ronny Philp (1. FC Schweinfurt), Dominik Widemann (SpVgg Unterhaching)

    Another of the league’s smaller teams, last season would have been a disappointing one for the long-serving Frank Schmidt, as they battled to keep the heads above water at the wrong end of the table, a season after finishing sixth. Like Sandhausen though, stability has been their strength. Schmidt will reach 11 years in the job in September, whilst skipper Marc Schnatterer, club legend and 2. Bundesliga icon, has now served for a decade.

    They had one of the leakiest defences last season, yet with only the additional of Mainka in that position, signs in pre-season have been promising. Aside the routs against local teams, they remained unbeaten against Austrian Bundesliga sides Altach and LASK, whilst Verona, recently relegated from Serie A, only beat them on penalties.

    Up front, they may miss the presence of Verhoek, however they will hope that Patrick Schmidt can replicate his Regionalliga Südwest scoring record, and if not they still have existing options to lead their attack. Last season will have been a warning for them as they look forward to the new campaign, and they know they must improve if they are to continue their stay in the league.

    Dynamo Dresden
    Last season: 14th

    Manager: Uwe Neuhaus

    Pre-season friendlies: BSG Stahl Riesa (8-0 W), BSG Wismut Gera (6-1 W), Chemnitz (1-0 W), FSV Zwickau (3-2 W), Huddersfield (0-0 D), Kaiserslautern (2-1 L), Aston Villa (2-1 L)

    Opening game: Home to Duisburg (6 August)

    Transfers in: Jannis Nikolaou (Würzburg), Dario Đumić (FC Utrecht, loan), Patrick Ebert (FC Ingolstadt 04), Brian Hamalainen (SV Zulte Waregem), Tim Boss (Fortuna Köln), Baris Atik (Hoffenheim), Inus Wahlqvist (IFK Norrköping)

    Transfers out: Niklas Hauptmann (Köln), Manuel Konrad(Uerdingen), Fabian Müller (Chemnitz), Marc Wachs (Wiesbaden), Andreas Lambertz (Düsseldorf II), Peniel Mlapa (VVV-Venlo, loan)

    A loss of several key players last summer lowered expectations after Dresden finished fifth the season before, and they wound up fifth-bottom in the end, spending most of the season in the lower half of the table. Neuhaus survived talks over his future following that disappointing campaign, with the pressure on him to improve things this time around.

    Whilst several regulars from recent seasons have departed, it will be the loss of Hauptmann that will be most keenly felt, even if it was always likely he would move to a bigger club in the end. Their signings have not been particularly impressive, however right-back Wahlqvist comes from Swedish club Norrköpking, a proven breeding ground for 2. Bundesliga talent in recent seasons.

    They will have to improve their home form this campaign – they won just five times at the DDV-Stadion last year. If the 28,000 or so regulars can inspire their team once more then they should be alright, but in a league where no-one is safe, a slow start would leave the axe hanging over the head of Neuhaus and relegation would be a real possibility.

    SpVgg Greuther Fürth
    Last season: 15th

    Manager: Damir Burić

    Pre-season friendlies: TSV Aubstadt (4-1 W), FSV Stadeln (5-0 W), ASV Zirndorf (8-0 W), ASV Vach (5-0 W), Würzburg (2-1 W), Eintracht Braunschweig (1-0 L), Liefering (2-0 L), Eintracht Frankfurt (0-0 D)

    Opening game: Home to Sandhausen (4 August)

    Transfers in: Mario Maloca (Lechia Gdansk), Tobias Mohr(Alemannia Aachen), Maximilian Sauer (Braunschweig), Daniel Keita-Ruel (Fortuna Köln), Julian Green (Stuttgart), Leon Schaffran(Hertha BSC II), David Atanga (Red Bull Salzburg, loan), Elias Abouchabaka (RB Leipzig, loan)

    Transfers out: Sercan Sararer (unattached), Jürgen Gjasula(unattached), Mathis Bolly (unattached), Dominik Schad(Kaiserslautern), Khaled Narey (Hamburg), Ádám Pintér (MTK Budapest), Balázs Megyeri (Atromitos Athen), Tolcay Ciğerci (unattached), Stephen Sama (Heracles Almelo), Dursun (Darmstadt)

    A disastrous start to last season set the tone of the campaign for the Shamrocks, losing nine of their first 13 games as they spent much of the season in the relegation zone. János Radoki was sacked early onand his replacement Burić only slowly turned things around. Their form was much stronger in the second half of the campaign, and was enough to ensure their failure to win any of the last six games didn’t cost them dear.

    They have spent the summer refreshing the squad, getting rid of the deadwood, committing Maloca and Green to permanent deals, and bringing in new faces at both ends of the pitch. Sauer is amongst the faces brought in to bolster the defence, whilst they will hope that Keita-Ruel and loanees Atanga and Abouchabaka can bolster a misfiring attack.

    Given their struggles last season though, few are expecting them to compete at the right end of the table, and before the season starts they still appear obvious candidates for possible relegation. Their pre-season results have been mixed, despite a decent draw with Frankfurt, but if Burić has drilled his ideas home to his squad over the summer, they can still make a success of the season.

    Erzgebirge Aue
    Last season: 16th (won play-off)

    Manager: Daniel Meyer

    Pre-season friendlies: FSV Limbach-Oberfrohna (17-0 W), SV Wildenstein (25-0 W), VfB Auerbach (2-0 W), SV Tanne Thalheim (13-0 W), VfB Grünhain-Beierfeld (23-0 W), Hallescher FC (3-2 W), FK Mladá Boleslav (3-3 D), Samara (5-0 W), FSV Budissa Bautzen (2-0 W), Auerbach (1-1 D), Schalke 04 (1-0 W)

    Opening game: Away at 1. FC Union Berlin (5 August)

    Transfers in: Jan Hochscheidt (Braunschweig), Steve Breitkreuz(Braunschweig), Tom Baumgart (Chemnitz), Luke Hemmerich(Schalke), Filip Kusić (Köln II), Herrmann (Sandhausen), Emmanuel Iyoha (Düsseldorf, loan), Maximilian Pronichev (Hertha, loan)

    Transfers out: Vincent Michl (released), Tommy Käßelmodel (retired), Moise Ngwisani (Borussia Mönchengladbach II), Cebio Soukou (FC Hansa Rostock), Nicky Adler (1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig), Mirnes Pepić (Rostock), Hertner (Darmstadt), Pascal Köpke (Hertha)

    In early Spring, Aue were looking doomed, and it looked increasingly inevitable that young coach Hannes Drews, plucked from obscurity like now-Schalke coach Domenico Tedesco, would soon be given the boot. The Violas stuck by their man though, and he ultimately guided them to a play-off victory over Karlsruhe to maintain their 2. Bundesliga status.

    Drews left for personal reasons though, and now Meyer has the difficult task of trying to avoid yet another season of 2. Bundesliga struggle. Hochscheidt and Breitkreuz have returned from relegated Braunschweig, but they have lost last season’s top scorer Köpke, who has joined Hertha. Meyer’s background is in youth coaching which could help in getting goals out of loan signings Iyoha and Pronichev, but he will also need the likes of Dimitrij Nazarov and Mario Kvesicto fire too.

    They have the tools to survive, however they are perennial strugglers in the league and they are understandably amongst the favourites to go down once more. Despite having the experienced Martin Männelto marshal them, they are leaky and the back whilst their flare players can struggle when things get tough. A successful fight against the drop could be the best they can hope for once more.

    1. FC Magdeburg
    Last season: 1st (3. Liga)

    Manager: Jens Härtel

    Pre-season friendlies: Brandenburger SC Süd (6-0 W), FSV Optik Rathenow (0-0 D), Eintracht Norderstedt (2-1 W), TV Askania Bernburg (5-0 W), VfB Lübeck (2-2 D), Energie Cottbus (3-1 W), Germania Halberstadt (5-0 W), Swansea City (0-0, won on penalties), Genoa (2-0 W), SSV Markranstädt (9-0 W), Paderborn (3-0 L)

    Opening game: Home to St. Pauli (5 August)

    Transfers in: Rico Preißinger (VfR Aalen), Manfred Osei Kwadwo(Kaiserslautern), Joel Abu Hanna (Kaiserslautern), Tobias Müller(Halle), Jasmin Fejzic (Braunschweig), Marius Bütler (SV Rödinghausen), Aleksandar Ignjovski (Freiburg), Mërgim Berisha (Salzburg)

    Transfers out: Jan Glinker (FSV Wacker Nordhausen), Felix Schiller(VfL Osnabrück), Tobias Schwede (Paderborn), Andreas Ludwig(released), Gerrit Müller (released), Julius Düker (Paderborn), Andre Hainault (Kaisersalutern), Lukas Cichos (Rot-Weiß Erfurt), Leon Heynke (Halberstadt)

    It is incredible to think that for the former East German giants and one-time Cup Winners’ Cup winners, this is a first-ever campaign in the 2. Bundesliga. After years in the doldrums, three strong 3. Liga campaigns under Härtel eventually led to winning the third-tier title last season. They bring with them a passionate set of supporters, many of whom will be too young to remember the glory days and now hoping to see some success.

    Losing both Schwede and Düker to fellow new boys Paderborn was a blow, but by and large they retain the squad that has brought them up, including Philip Türpitz, named the best player in the 3. Liga last season thanks to 17 goals and eight assists, whilst Marcel Costly is one to watch as well. They have signed a fair bit of 2. Bundesliga pedigree too, including goalkeeper Fejzic, Ignjovski, Osei Kwadwo and Abu Hanna.

    There have been some strong pre-season results, but also a 3-0 defeat to Paderborn. They have been tipped as the more likely of the two promoted sides to matching the success of Kiel, Regensburg and Duisburg last season, who all managed to finish in the top half of the table. That is certainly possible, although the comparative lack of experience at this level is a concern.

    SC Paderborn 07
    Last season: 2nd (3. Liga)

    Manager: Steffen Baumgart

    Pre-season friendlies: FSV Bad Wünnenberg (6-0 W), Delbrücker SC(9-0 W), KSV Hessen Kassel (4-3 W), SC Verl (1-1 D), Norwich (3-2 L), AS Monaco (3-2 W), Magdeburg (3-0 W)

    Opening game: Away at Darmstadt (5 August)

    Transfers in: Sebastian Vasiliadis (Aalen), Klaus Gjasula (Halle), Schwede (Magdeburg), Düker (Magdeburg), Uwe Hünemeier(Brighton & Hove Albion), Leon Brüggemeier (Hertha II), Luca Pfeiffer (Stuttgarter Kickers), Mohamed Dräger (Freiburg), Marlon Ritter (Düsseldorf), Bernard Tekpetey (Schalke)

    Transfers out: Marc Vucinovic (released), Christian Bickel (Zwickau), Pascal Itter (Chemnitz), Ron Schallenberg (Verl), Pfeiffer (Osnabrück), Darryl Geurts (Erfurt), Till Brinkmann (Halberstadt), Timo Mauer(Chemnitz), Aykut Soyak (FC Viktoria 1889 Berlin)

    Paderborn have been on one hell of a rollercoaster in the past few years. Relegated from the Bundesliga after just a season in 2015, they dropped straight through the 2. Bundesliga and were relegated from the 3. Liga, until 1860 Munich’s failure to get a licence redeemed them. Incredibly, Baumgart’s side exceeded all expectations last season, leading the way in the 3. Liga for the majority of the campaign, cruising to promotion but just pipped to the title by Magdeburg.

    Like last season’s promotion rivals, they will have been encouraged by the success of the promoted sides last season, but it remains to be seen if they can convert their third-tier form to challenge for a second, even more incredible rise into the Bundesliga.

    Despite plenty of outgoings over the summer, few were key players for Baumgart, whilst amongst the new arrivals are Hünemeier, brought back to East Westphalia from the Premier League, and promising youngster Tekpetey, as well as the two newcomers from Magdeburg. If they can remain tight at the back and productive up front, with Sven Michel coming close to matching his 19 goals from last season, they should hold their own in the league, but anything more than that is a pipe dream, for now.

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    Чутка Хайденхайм нравится c 0 по 1,91.

    Арминия в прошлом сезоне прыгнула выше головы заняв 4-е место, но на деле то ведь они набрали всего на 6 очков больше Хайденхайма. При чем Хайденхайм именно домашняя команда, дома 9 побед было, больше (10) только у Фортуны и Регенсбурга, забили дома 32 гола, больше только у Киля.

    Думаю, в линии чуть переоценивают 4-е место Арминии и недооценивают домашний фактор. -0,25 давал бы
     
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    Бавария у шлака из 4-й лиги какого-то еле выиграла основой 1-0 :201:

    Drochtersen 0 - 1 Bayern München
    81' R. Lewandowski
     
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    Вердер перегрузили уже, как мне кажется :110:

    С 2,10 до 1,75 упало

    Все же матчик носит статус дерби, у вердера и чутка потерь есть (Харник, Бертельс, Йохансон).

    Ганновер потерял Сане, Клауса и Харника, но и подписания неплохие - Харагучи, Уолас, Асана.

    -0,5 по равной дал бы тут
     
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    В 1/32 финала Кубка Германии «Ганновер» обыгрывал «Карлсруэ» 4:0, и тут тренер гостей Андре Брайтенрайтер выпускает 23-летнего Хендрика Вайдандта, которого до этого дня не видел вообще никто. Он никогда и не играл среди профессионалов. Проходит три минуты – и Хендрик забивает. Ещё пять минут – на счету новобранца уже дубль.

    Четыре года назад Вайдандт выступал всего лишь в городской любительской лиге Ганновера (Kreizliga) за «Гросс Мюнцель» (команда квартируется в паре десятков километров от города). Высоченный форвард (195 см) забивал почти в каждом матче, и подающий надежды скрытый голеадор вскоре перешёл в «Эгесторф-Лангредер». Чтобы вы лучше понимали уровень его предыдущей команды: лучший результат «Эгесторфа» в истории – четвёртый дивизион Региональной лиги Норд (низшая ступень немецкой футбольной системы, где играют команды из Нижней Саксонии, Бремена и Гамбурга). И это тоже заслуга Вайдандта, который забил 40 мячей за 3 сезона.

    В «Эгесторфе» Вайдандт получал всего 400 евро в месяц. Но этим летом случилось необъяснимое. В предпоследнем раунде Региональной лиги Норд Хендрик забил второй команде «Ганновера», понравился тренерам, и вскоре его позвали на просмотр. Так «Ганновер» выдал Вайдандту контракт новичку сразу на 3000 евро в месяц. В предсезонке Хенни (так его называют одноклубники) наколотил 8 мячей и попал в заявку на тот самый матч Кубка Германии. Теперь ему светит профессиональный контракт с «личкой» в 12-14 тысяч евро в месяц.
     
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    Bürki - Piszczek, Akanji, Diallo, Schmelzer - Dahoud, Witsel, Delaney - Reus, Paco Alcacer, Bruun Larsen

    Trapp - da Costa, Abraham, Russ, Ndicka - Torro, G. Fernandes - N. Müller, Gacinovic, Kostic - Haller


    Дортмунд явный паблик бет сегодня, весь блогабет в п1 и -1, -1,25. А у Дортмунда то проблемы с центр напом никуда не делись, сегодня некого Bruun Larsen киккер рисует в основе + Алькасер 1 игру сыграет. На кубок с Фюртом еле на 90й Дортмунд сунул, с Ганновером вообще 0-0...

    Айнтрахт то в начале сезона плохой был, но с Фрайбургом и Вердером уже явно улучшение видно.

    Ставить до матча наверное не буду, но не удивлюсь если Франкфурт упрется тут даже через х2
     
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    Кава Фортуна итб1 1.8...итб1.5 2.7..итб2 5.5..как тебе...у крестьян там вся линия обороны вылетеела а в общ сложноости в лазарете почти 70% основного состава+ ЛЧ на неделе....вкусно фортуна смотрится дома разве не
    ...............
    А самое страшное, что «Хоффенхайм» из-за травм потерял
    трех центральных защитников!
    Сначала вылетел Бичакчич, который получил по ноге и отправился в больницу с подозрением
    на повреждение ахилла. Перед
    перерывом, сильно хромая и
    опираясь на клубных медиков,
    покинул поле новичок команды
    Нуху, которого в Киеве прекрасно помнят по матчам «Динамо»
    с «Янг Бойзом» в прошлом сезоне. У него травма лодыжки, и в
    клубе подозревают, что серьезная. В компенсированное к первому тайму время выбыл Акпогума, заменивший Бичакчича и
    успевший начудить – именно его
    грубейшая ошибка привела к
    пропущенному голу. Его отправили в больницу с подозрением
    на сотрясение мозга.
    Если учесть, что в лазарете
    «Хоффенхайма» с сотрясением
    мозга находится еще один центральный защитник Бенджамин
    Хюбнер, ситуация аховая. К тому
    же травмированы полузащитник
    Деннис Гайгер (бедро), Лукас
    Рупп (кресты), Давид Отто (колено), талантливый игрок немецкой
    молодёжки Надим Амири (перелом) и игрок первой сборной Керим Демирбай (связки лодыжки),
    а это в сумме девять человек,
    включая лидеров команды! Рупп
    вылетел до конца года, Амири и
    Демирбай также с «Шахтером»
    наверняка не сыграют, а вот по
    новоприбывшим в лазарет защитникам вопрос пока открыт. Объявлено только, что Бичакчич,
    вызванный в сборную Боснии,
    никуда не поедет. Ну и по слухам,
    хуже всего дела как раз у Нуху,
    который может выбыть из строя
    всерьез и надолго.
     
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    и Нюрнберг итб1 2.25...............у Вердера СЛОМАНЫ 4!!!!!!!!!!!!! вратаря и в раме будет стоять молодой перец из академии
     
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    @Palich2007 даже без новостей нормальное, из того что я видел от Фортуны и Нюрнберга, очень дерзкие в атаке
     
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    Штутгарт (0) за 2,09

    Как по мне примерно равные по классу команды, но по результатам начала сезона Вердер нарисовали фаворитом в гостях. Правильная линия думаю около 1,9 с 0 га Штутгарт.
     
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    Грейтер Фюрт - Ян Регенсбург
    over 2.5

     
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    Гладбах больше 0,75 за 2,09.

    Бавария явно буксует, последние 3 матча без побед. В защите не все в порядке, а у Гладбаха в атаке Пли, Азар и Херрманн, плюс с лавочки выйдут Штиндль и Траоре, в 5 из 6 игр Гладбах больше 1 гола забивал
     
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