2019-20 Bundesliga 2 – Heidenheim vs Karlsruher SC Preview & Prediction


When does Heidenheim vs Karlsruher SC kick off? Saturday 7th March, 2020 – 12:00 (UK)

Where is Heidenheim vs Karlsruher SC being played? Voith-Arena

What TV channel is Heidenheim vs Karlsruher SC on in the UK? BT Sport have the rights to German Bundesliga 2 matches in the UK, so it is worth checking their schedule

Where can I stream Heidenheim vs Karlsruher SC in the UK? If televised, subscribers can stream the match live on the BT Sport website & app

Where can I get tickets for Heidenheim vs Karlsruher SC?

Heidenheim – https://www.eventimsports.de/ols/fcheidenheim/de/tageskarten/channel/shop/index/

Karlsruher SC – https://www.viagogo.com/Sports-Tickets/International-Soccer/More-Soccer/3-Bundesliga/Karlsruher-SC-Tickets

What was the score in the last meeting between Heidenheim & Karlsruher SC? Karlsruher SC 1-1 Heidenheim



  • Heidenheim suffered only their second defeat in 10 league games at Darmstadt 98 last Saturday but they are unbeaten in seven at the Voith-Arena.
  • Coach Schmidt welcomes top scorer Kleindienst back from suspension but centre-back Husing begins a two-match ban following his red card last weekend.
  • Beermann is expected to take Husing's place at the back while captain Schnatterer could also be recalled after starting on the bench for only the third time this season.

Predicted line-up (4-4-2): Muller; Busch, Beermann, Mainka, Theuerkauf; Schnatterer, Dorsch, Griesbeck, Mohr; Otto, Kleindienst

Unavailable: Thiel (Injured), Husing (Suspended)



  • Karlsruher SC have won just one of their last nine Bundesliga 2 games, failing to score in five of them, and remain without a permanent head coach.
  • Eichner named an unchanged side for the first time since taking charge against Nurnberg last Friday, but may make one or two for this one.
  • Choi Kyoung-Rok, Djuricin and Lorenz have been ruled out again due to injury, while no fewer than six players are one yellow card away from a suspension.

Predicted line-up (4-3-3): Uphoff; Stiefler, Gordon, Pisot, Carlson; Wanitzek, Groiss, Gondorf; Camoglu, Hofmann, Ben-Hatira

Unavailable: Choi Kyoung-Rok (Injured), Lorenz (Injured), Djuricin (Injured)



Meetings between these two sides are normally low-scoring affairs. Given that Heidenheim have kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven home league games and Karlsruher SC have failed to score in five of their last seven overall, that trend looks very likely to continue.

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