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Go to the last away match in Vienna – FC Blau-Weiss Linz

Go to the last away match in Vienna – FC Blau-Weiss Linz

On the 29th and penultimate round of the “LigaZwa” championship, FC Blau-Weiss Linz came as a guest at the Allianz Stadium against Rapid II.

Previous match day:

There were no points for the Green-Whites last round against GAK in Graz. A solid 45 minutes wasn’t enough for Hoteldorfer to take something of the credit for Vienna against title favourites.

Last direct duel:

The Royal Blues managed an undisputed victory over Vienne in the Autumn Tour. Hütteldorfer was pressured from the first minute. Matthias Seidl scored the goals for the victorious Linzer, with goals from Ronifaldo and Manuel Maranda. Marko Dijakovic scored the consolation goal for Rapid 2.

Discount:

In the winter transfer window, Philipp Widra found his way from 1. FC Köln II into the squad of our upcoming rival. Nicholas Sattleberger is also new to the Kolovets team. Nikolaus Bender (Austria Klagenfurt) and Felix Naschbagauer (Kremsier SC) have left the club. Oliver Strons and Nicholas Paglish grew up their offspring.

With Pascal Wallmann, son of Jochen Wallmann, a player from the Austrian U21 is currently in the squad.

statistics:

There have been five duels between the two teams in the second division so far. All points remained in the hands of FC Blau-Weiss Linz. The goal difference of 16: 4 for the eleven speaks volumes.

Four wins, four draws and five defeats is a record for Vienna in the second half of the season, which resulted in them finishing ninth in this table. Matches in the current tournament in front of a local audience are balanced. Five wins and five defeats lead to 13th place in the domestic table with 19 points.

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Let’s accompany our team to Allianz Stadium together! Kick-off in Vienna-Hütteldorf on Friday, May 26, 2023 at 7:15 p.m.