When does Dynamo Dresden vs St. Pauli kick off? Saturday 31st August, 2019 – 12:00 (UK)
Where is Dynamo Dresden vs St. Pauli being played? DDV-Stadion
What is the weather forecast for Dynamo Dresden vs St. Pauli? Clear, 28c
What television channel is Dynamo Dresden vs St. Pauli on? Some Bundesliga 2 matches are televised on BT Sport so check here for their TV schedule
Where can I stream Dynamo Dresden vs St. Pauli? If televised on BT Sport, this match can be streamed via the BT Sport website and app
Where can I get tickets for Dynamo Dresden vs St. Pauli?
Dynamo Dresden – https://www.dynamo-dresden.de/tickets/heimspiele.html
What was the score when the teams last met? Dynamo Dresden 2-1 St. Pauli
THE TEAM NEWS
- Dynamo Dresden had to settle for a goalless draw at Darmstadt 98 last Friday despite dominating the game, but they have only lost one of their last nine home league games.
- Coach Cristian Fiel named an unchanged team for the first time this season against Darmstadt so there may well be a few changes this time, although the back three should stay the same.
- Last season's top scorer Moussa Kone was not even on the bench against Darmstadt, with recent signing Alexander Jeremejeff currently the preferred option up front.
Predicted line-up (3-4-3): Broll; Wahlqvist, Ehlers, Muller; Ebert, Nikolaou, Burnic, Lowe; Klingenburg, Jeremejeff, Atik
Unavailable: Hartmann (Injured)
- St. Pauli claimed their first league win of the campaign at home to Holstein Kiel on Monday evening, relieving the pressure on coach Jos Luhukay.
- New loan signings James Lawrence and Matt Penney both started against Kiel but they endured mixed fortunes, with Lawrence scoring and Penney being sent off late on.
- Midfielders Rico Benatelli and Johannes Flum returned to action in an U23 game last weekend but will be hoping to be involved here, particularly Benatelli who joined from Dresden in the summer.
Predicted line-up (3-4-1-2): Himmelmann; Lawrence, Kalla, Hoffmann; Miyaichi, Becker, Knoll, Buballa; Daehli; Conteh, Diamantakos
Unavailable: Ziereis (Injured), Veerman (Injured), Tashchy (Injured), Avevor (Injured), Park Yi-Young (Injured), Penney (Suspended)
Doubtful: Zander (Injured), Coordes (Injured), Benatelli (Injured), Flum (Injured), Ostigard (Injured)
St. Pauli are yet to win on the road under Jos Luhukay, taking just one point from five away league matches since the Dutchman took charge. It is likely to be another miserable away day for them at Dynamo Dresden, who have won four of their last five Bundesliga II games at home.