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Bundesliga: A difficult task for Klagenfurt in Hartberg

Bundesliga: A difficult task for Klagenfurt in Hartberg

Bacolt complained of “two stolen points” after Klagenfurt’s last 3:3 at home against Admira, a controversial penalty decision against defender Nicholas Wimmer that ultimately caused the visitors to lose their fourth win of the season. Nevertheless, Bacolt was glad that his team could write again: “We also take the little pills with us.”

At Hartburg, it could be more than that, after all, Carinthians don’t want to lose touch with the top half of the table. “The bottom line is that so far our performance has been good, we are doing well. But now the hot stage is coming, now we have to score to keep up with the goal,” demanded goalkeeper Philip Menzel.

German league, round 14

Start at 5 pm:

Hartburg – A. Klagenfurt

Profertil-Arena, SR Jäger

Possible settings:

Hartberg: Swete – Stec, Rotter, Sonnleitner, Klem – Kainz, Horvat – Niemann, Heil, Belakovic – Tadic

Klagenfurt: Menzel – Paul, N.Wymer, Saravanga, Jaritz – Kvitko – Timosey Anderson, Grill, Gemsipasi, Rider – pink

“Hartberg is in a good mood, unbeaten in the tournament for four games, and also advanced in the cup. We have to be there from the start and defend very tight,” said the German, who lost seven players including Thorsten Maher who was suspended for two more matches. We will give our chances forward.”

Ross on three points

In the view of Hartburg coach Kurt Ross “Nothing stands in the way of further success”, asserted Pault’s former teammate at FC Tirol and in the national team. But he warned that “a strong opponent who plays very hard, can switch well, and we have to pay attention to that. It’s a tough match, but we really want to get three points.”

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In August, both teams presented the Peat Festival, Klagenfurt left the field at Wörthersee as a 4:3 winner. “We lost the first leg with bad luck and missed a penalty in injury time. We learned from the mistakes and will definitely look different than we did back then. We know it will be difficult, but the team is in a very good mood at the moment.”

She drove with confidence with Admira

Red also drives to Admira with a wide chest. After a surprising 2-2 draw against Salzburg, Upper Austria wants to add more. “We definitely want to get three points,” said central defender Markus Lackner. Despite the wide box, it was clear to Red boss Christian Heinl that his side were now expecting a “completely different game” from facing Salzburg.

German league, round 14

Start at 5 pm:

Admira – Red

BSFZ-Arena, SR Grobelnik

Possible settings:

a fan: Leitner – Zuerschitz, Datkovic, Bruger, Osterzoleic – Maliksic, Ebner – Kronberger, Kirschbaum, Hausgel-Mustafa

Reed: Shaheen Radlinger – Reiner, Lackner, Blavutek – Wissemer, Offenbacher, Ziegl, Boomer – Notz, Shabi, Satin

“We will have longer periods in possession, and it will be a fairer game. We should not give a meter to each other. With more possession, we will stand apart, so we have to be fully awake,” Lackner said of “an unpleasant game.” Extremely. But we definitely want to get three points, because our last championship win was a long time ago.”

Herzog wants to “write the whole thing”

Both teams hold 14 points each, for Admira, that marked the start of a really “brittle” year-end boom. After Reed, Admira has to deal with Salzburg (away), WAC (at home), Sturm Graz (a) and Rapid (at home) and thus with four of the current top five. It could be very turbulent for Admira until mid-December, who has racked up nine of 14 points so far against teams from sixth place.

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“We only got one point from the last two games. That’s why we want to write in full again,” Admira coach Andreas Herzog said. “It won’t be easy against Reed. We know their qualities. I’ve played very well recently against Sturm and Salzburg.”

Striker Luca Kronberger saw that his team had an advantage in principle, but warned about the opponent who knocked out the last Storm Graz in the cup and then scored a goal against the champions: “They will come to us with a big chest. But I think we are the strongest team in terms of play.”