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German League: Salzburg comes to Wydad with a clear goal

German League: Salzburg comes to Wydad with a clear goal

“Of course our goal is to extend the winning streak. But we know it will not be easy,” said the German, who should be watching the Champions League. It is currently happening in quick succession. “It’s important to regenerate well – physically, but also mentally,” stressed Geisel, whose team will host the French champions on Wednesday night.

In addition to controlling tension, the coach also has to think extensively about his players, especially when it comes to central defense. The latest failure there is Kamil Pyatkowski, who broke his ankle during the week when he won the cup against Kalsdorf. In addition, Omar Solette, Albert False and Maximilian Weber are absent at Lavantal, but the latter may at least be fit again in the Lille match after a thigh injury. Gisele can count on Bernardo once again alongside Jerome Onegin, and Liefering’s Brian Okoh, who made his debut with a big goal for Salzburg, is an option in the defensive headquarters. In the attacking area, Zlatko Junozovic and Seko Quetta still have to pass injured.

The Admiral of the Bundesliga, the ninth round

Saturday 5 pm:

WAC – Salzburg

Wolfsberg, Lavantal Arena, SR Sporny

Possible settings:

WAC: Kofler – Dedic, Baumgartner, Lochoshvili, Scherzer – Leitgeb – Peretz, Liendl, Taferner – Röcher, Baribo

Salzburg: Cohn-Christensen, Bernardo, Onegin, Olmer-Suchek, Kamara, Aaronson, Seewald-Adamo, Adeyemi

“No game is a sure success”

“WAC is a good team that will demand everything from us again. Even at the risk of repeating myself: no game in this league is a sure success. Against Wolfsberg we will need a great attitude and a good performance,” said Geisel, midfielder Brenden Aaronson similarly: We have a really good run and we really want to keep going. But this only works if we can build on the performance of the last matches.”

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WAC has had to recover from the points loss at Reed in the past few days. Robin Dutt’s team gave up a 3-0 lead after 57 minutes, and Upper Austria made the score 3:3 in injury time. With a 6:1 against the fourth division in the cup, this acclimatization was successful, in Lavanttal you feel ready, at least to an extent. The overall record (five wins – 12 draws – 19 defeats) speaks unsurprisingly in Salzburg’s favour, but Carinthians have scored six points in the last two seasons – including 3-2 last December at Wallis-Siezenheim.

Homeowners are working on something

Dutt said calmly that Salzburg is an opponent who “has won all the games so far, but won’t win all the games of the season”. “With the full team performance, we could be the first team to score points against Salzburg this season.”

The disappointment of Wydad players

APA / EXPA / Roland Hackl

After the disappointment of the last round, WAC is completely excited against the leader

Right-back Amar Dedic knows the identity of the “policeman” inside and out, and is currently on loan from Salzburg. “For me personally, it is of course a special game because I have met so many old colleagues. There is a big opponent waiting for us and he is still in really good shape,” said the 19-year-old.

Raid directed downward more

Meanwhile, SV Ried has the opportunity to leave the last place far behind in terms of points. With an away win over WSG Tirol, the current third-placed Innviertler will already have ten points ahead of the bottom group. However, in this case, one is still far from installing the landing, as emphasized by Andreas Herraf. “The situation on the table is nice, but we can’t buy anything from it now. I hope this will be the basis for us to stay in the league at the end,” Vienna said.

The Admiral of the Bundesliga, the ninth round

Saturday 5 pm:

Tirol – Red

Innsbruck, Tivoli Stadium, SR Harcam

Possible settings:

Tyrol: Oswald – Koch, Behonic, Bacher, Klasen – Rancher, Petsus, Bloom, Wallner – Rogel, Sabitzer

Reed: Sahin-Radlinger – Wießmeier, Reiner, Jovicic, Plavotic, F. Seiwald – Stosic, Nutz, Offenbacher – Valdir, Mikic

He doesn’t see the Tyroleans, who have only had one point from their last twelve tournament duels with Reed, as classic candidates for relegation. “I have a very high opinion of them. They are always good at their organization and simply have the problem of missing a lot of chances and scoring goals frivolously. With us, all the games that were button-sharp for us ended, with them against them.”

WSG Tirol builds self-confidence

His team, undefeated in four competitive matches, turned their 3-0 win over Wydad last week into a 3-3 victory and most recently reached the UEFA Cup Round of 16 in a sovereign fashion against Vorwarts Steyr. WSG also had a sense of accomplishment in the cup last time around – GAK were beaten 4-2 away from home. After three consecutive league defeats, he was sorely needed. “It’s important for minds and for us as a club,” sporting director Stephen Cook said. Coach Thomas Silberger responded to criticism that the quality of the squad was too low. “I think we are at the level of the Bundesliga,” he said.

WSG is still waiting for three in the league. “It will be important for us to score points tomorrow so that Ried does not collapse. But it will be very difficult. Ried is in great shape and has a stable chassis. Like we did last year, it was a lot easier,” he said of better days. At the time, the series launched in November and December, something similar is now possible. “Of course the three points will help us a lot, but I wouldn’t call it a mandatory win. Not in the ninth round.”

The Admiral of the Bundesliga, the ninth round

Saturday 5 pm:

Altach – A. Klagenfurt

Altach, Cashpoint-Arena, S. R. Muckenhammer

Possible settings:

Altach: Casali – Bukta, Zwischenbrugger, Dabanli, Ndiaye, Edokpolor – Thurnwald, Haudum, Schreiner – Reiter, Nuhiu

Klagenfurt: Menzel – Paul, Maher, Wimer, Schumacher – Tsviko, Gemsipasi – Timothy Anderson, Grill, Raider – pink

Altach would like to end the negative chain

Altaş wants to end the losing streak after four league games without a win and aims to win at home against Austria Klagenfurt. “We have identified the goals. So it is very clear to us that we definitely want to win the match,” said coach Damir Kennedy. His team has had one defeat and three draws in the last four matches of the tournament, but only scored two goals.

“We have been very stable defensively in the last few games, but we often did not play well in the rooms in the turnaround match. We focus on this in our daily work,” Kennedy said. Vorarlburgers “Klagenfurt is having a good season as a newcomer and with a bit of luck you could have had one or two extra points in the account.”

In terms of workers, the Canadian can count on his full energy – so the new only goalkeeper Tino Casale is fit again, so Martin Cupras will have to leave his place. Klagenfurt coach Peter Baccault has to deal with a much longer list of defaults, but the former Rapide lead maker is traveling to Vorarlberg in an upbeat mood. “It’s a tough away game, but we go there to score,” Bacolt said. The 61-year-old was warned about the Altach people. “We are playing against a deep, well-organised team. We have to find the right mix so that we can attack on the one hand, but not open up any spaces for the opponent on the other hand,” Bacolt explained.