Sandhausen wasn’t a huge underdog away from home against Regensburg last weekend, however, still suffered a narrow 1:0 loss.
The guests actually had much more chances created, however, lacked real efficiency in front of opponents goal to make the change. On the other side, the hosts took one of their rare chances to seal the victory.
The team is now in a pretty ugly run, having no victory in the last five rounds – three losses on the road and two draw matches at home.
The hosts have forward Bouhaddouz (5/2) as doubtful for the moment. Midfielder Gislason (6/0) is out injured, including a couple of those that didn’t perform so far anyway.
Wehen couldn’t confirm their great back to back victories over Osnaburck at home and against Stuttgart on the road, as the team had a goalless game last weekend Heidenheim.
The match itself wasn’t a very interesting one, since the guests from Heidenheim had much more of the ball possession, but weren’t anywhere close to a effective nor creative side, lacking real goalscoring chances.
Wehen maybe had a bit better and more concrete opportunities, but those weren’t enough for the scoreline change. They still remain at the rock bottom position, now having four points less than safely placed Snahduasen.
The guests will miss suspended forward Kyereh (7/1). Forward Tietz (2/1), midfielders Aigner (5/0), Rivero (6/0) and goalkeeper Bartels (1/0) are coming off from injuries and shouldn’t perform here.
Sandhausen have kept a clean sheet in their last 3 matches against Wehen.
This match is a perfect chance for Sandhausen to detach themselves further away from the relegation zone.
They looked much better in recent home matches, while I can’t see improved results of Wehen as a result of a planned and real significant improvement in their performances. They leave an impression of a side that concedes way too easy away from home.