The roles are clearly distributed when on Saturday (2 pm, live! At game) ascension aspirant Braunschweig receives the table top last from Garbsen. Of course, Schiele relativized in the usual coach manner: “There is no easy duels in this league, as it does not matter on which table rank the opponent stands.” But it is also clear that the lions can design the game. “We know that we probably have a lot of possession, we are prepared,” said the 44-year-old. Schiele expects a “patience game in which we need to act highly concentrated. If we have our chances, we have to use them.”
A victory would be enormous, after all, the competition in the ascent race is great. “I think we’re well advised if we do not look at the table situation, and we have to occur with a certain looseness,” said Schiele. “The players work very much for each training session, we try to draw the right conclusions from each game.”
Girl and Nikolaou are missing
Sago must refrain from the battered Benjamin Girl and the yellow-banned Jannis Nikolaou. For him, Robin Krauße is likely to come back to the started yellow lock – next to Danilo Wiebe, who received an application warranty. “He made it very well in the past week. He has shown how drove he is and how uncomfortable he can be for the opponent. Now the second game comes to him on him, that will be guards,” Schiele explained.
Wiebe was at the beginning of the season regular player at Eintracht Braunschweig, before bribing him injuries. At the 1: 1 in Osnabrück last Saturday, the trained right-back celebrated his starting element comeback after a long time – in the defensive midfield. Against Havelse he is likely to be used again on this position, just this time next to Krauße instead of Nikolaou.
Wiebe & Co. are looking forward to the great return of the fans: For the first time this season, a full utilization with up to 23,325 spectators of the Eintrachtstadion is possible.
The residual program of the 3rd league