Everything is over. The race to fight for promotion is about to be decided. Darmstadt spoiled in Düsseldorf – it suddenly became possible to jump to third place on your own! HSV, which can move up to second place at least temporarily on Saturday, is on the train and has it in their own hands. Hanover comes to Volkspark. The stadium will be full. The stakes are high.
Next Destiny Party in Hamburg. Some tickets are still available for sale. By the time the match started at 1:30pm (tape live on MOPO.de), it was supposed to be done. The Volksparkstadion is expected to be sold out for the second leg against Hannover 96.
Second Bundesliga: HSV has a big chance against Hannover 96
The anticipation is high in HSV. “You can see that the unconditional support of the fans is really pushing the boys forward in a big way. It’s just beautiful. We’re full of anticipation,” says coach Tim Walter.
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After three straight wins, fans are hoping for a happy ending to the season. The next move should follow against Hanover. The team on the field has to take care of that first and foremost. A packed stadium has only been a guarantee of HSV’s recent success.
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Since relegation from the Bundesliga, Volksparkstadion has sold five games in the past four years. Hamburger can only win once. It was at 6:2 in October 2019 against Stuttgart. Against Holstein Kiel (0:3), St. Pauli (0:0 and 0:2) and most recently in the cup against SC Freiburg (1:3), a full stadium did not lead to the hoped-for success.
HSV has a landing in his hands
Now the Next Destiny Party is on HSV. Can we really celebrate again this time? By beating Hanover, Hamburg had at least passed Bremen (at Aue) and Darmstadt in the table by Sunday, the Hessians received a 1:2 setback by former HSV coach Daniel Thioune. At least there is suddenly a third place – they have their fate in their own hands.
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