In fact, everything talks about Leipzig! But herein lies the danger.
After 1: 1 against Freiburg, the 4th place disappeared for the first time. In the battle for the Champions League places, you must win on Sunday (3.30 pm) in the last place Forth.
The record is impeccable: four wins and one draw have been achieved so far. The Bulls have never lost against a rising team (19 wins / 3 draws). But Fürth is fighting hard against relegation almost, and has not lost any of his last six home matches (3 wins / 3 draws).
Fürth RB also made it difficult for a long time in the first leg, leading in the second half and ending up 4-1.
Embarrassment risk down the table!
“I don’t think we should underestimate anyone,” says veteran Willie Urban, 29. “We have to make sure that we go into the game with concentration and win the game with our quality.”
Urban knows how hard it is: he was there in the last duel in Fürth, in August 2015 in the second division. Just like Joseph Poulsen (27), Lukas Klostermann (25) and Emil Forsberg (30). The Swede scored for RB for the first time in the important final score of 2-2, as did former RB Leipzig player Davy Silke (27, Hertha).
What does coach Domenico Tedesco (36) say? “It won’t be a Sunday outing. Forth is too compact, he’s hard on spaces.” By the way, he only knows Forth from the youth team: he won 2-1 there with the Hoffenheim U19 team in 2016.
Staff: Kevin Kampl (31, earache, possibly from cervical spine) is questionable. Tyler Adams, 23, was injured but fit.
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