When does Nurnberg vs Wehen Wiesbaden kick off? Saturday 30th November, 2019 – 12:00 (UK)
Where is Nurnberg vs Wehen Wiesbaden being played? Max-Morlock-Stadion
What TV channel is Nurnberg vs Wehen Wiesbaden 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 Nurnberg vs Wehen Wiesbaden in the UK? If televised, subscribers can stream the match live on the BT Sport website & app
Where can I get tickets for Nurnberg vs Wehen Wiesbaden?
Wehen Wiesbaden – https://svwehen1926wiesbaden-ticketshop.reservix.de/events
What was the score in the last meeting between Nurnberg & Wehen Wiesbaden? Nurnberg 1-0 Wehen Wiesbaden
THE TEAM NEWS
- Nurnberg drew 0-0 at Greuther Furth last Sunday in their first game under new coach Jens Keller, and fans will at least have been encouraged by the improved defensive performance.
- Keller employed a 4-2-3-1 formation at Furth, with new signing Felix Dornebusch in goal and Michael Frey leading the line, and he is not expected to make major changes.
- Striker Adam Zrelak made his comeback from injury in an U21 match last weekend after nine months out, but he needs to build up his match fitness first.
Predicted line-up (4-2-3-1): Dornebusch; Sorg, Sorensen, Muhl, Valentini; Behrens, Geis; Medeiros, Dovedan, Hack; Frey
Unavailable: Misidjan (Injured), Mathenia (Injured), Lukse (Injured), Klandt (Injured)
Doubtful: Zrelak (Injured), Margreitter (Injured)
- Wehen Wiesbaden remain rooted to the bottom of the table after losing 6-3 at home to Holstein Kiel in a thrilling game last Saturday, and they have only won once on the road this season.
- There is no change on the personnel front for coach Rudiger Rehm with Stefan Aigner completing his suspension and none of the injured players expected to return.
- Loanees Jakov Medic and Torles Knoll will both be hoping to feature against their parent club, although the former could be dropped having been substituted during the first half against Kiel.
Predicted line-up (5-4-1): Lindner; Ajani, Mockenhaupt, Dams, Rocker, Niemeyer; Kyereh, Mrowca, Lorch, Dittgen; Schaffler
Unavailable: Aigner (Suspended), Albrecht (Injured), Bartels (Injured), Schonfeld (Injured), Schwadof (Injured), Wachs (Injured), Tietz (Injured)
Nurnberg have won just one of their last 10 league games but they have only lost one of their last six at home. The visit of basement boys Wiesbaden offers a good chance to pick up some much-needed points and with this being Keller's home debut, that could give them the lift they need.