2019-20 Bundesliga 2 – Sandhausen vs Wehen Wiesbaden Preview & Prediction


When does Sandhausen vs Wehen Wiesbaden kick off? Monday 28th October, 2019 – 19:30 (UK)

Where is Sandhausen vs Wehen Wiesbaden being played? BWT-Stadion am Hardtwald

What TV channel is Sandhausen 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 Sandhausen 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 Sandhausen vs Wehen Wiesbaden?

Sandhausen – https://ticketing35.cld.ondemand.com/online/index.php3?shopid=103

Wehen Wiesbaden – https://svwehen1926wiesbaden-ticketshop.reservix.de/events

What was the score in the last meeting between Sandhausen & Wehen Wiesbaden? Wehen Wiesbaden 0-4 Sandhausen



  • Sandhausen have collected just two points from their last five matches but they are unbeaten in their last four at home, and they will be expected to extend that run on Monday.
  • There is no change on the injury front for coach Uwe Koschinat who will again be without the services of Stefan Kulovits, Markus Karl, Rurik Gislason and Philipp Klingmann.
  • Robin Scheu was preferred to Emanuel Taffertshofer in midfield at Jahn Regensburg last Saturday in the only change from the previous match.

Predicted line-up (4-1-2-1-2): Fraisl; Diekmeier, Nauber, Zhirov, Paqarada; Linsmayer; Scheu, Zenga; Turpitz; Bouhaddouz, Behrens

Unavailable: Kulovits (Injured), Karl (Injured), Gislason (Injured), Klingmann (Injured)



  • Wehen Wiesbaden remain bottom of the table but two wins and a draw have brought them much closer to the teams above them, so they will be hoping to kick on.
  • Coach Rudiger Rehm could be forced into at least two changes as Stefan Aigner and Marcel Titsch-Rivero both suffered broken noses in a collision with each other against Heidenheim last weekend.
  • Daniel Kofi-Kyereh is banned for one more game while long-term absentees Phillip Tietz, Jules Schwadorf, Jan-Christoph Bartels, Marc Wachs and Patrick Schonfeld remain sidelined.

Predicted line-up (3-4-3): Lindner; Dams, Mockenhaupt, Medic; Kuhn, Mrowca, Lorch, Niemeyer; Shipnoski, Schaffler, Dittgen

Unavailable: Schonfeld (Injured), Schwadof (Injured), Wachs (Injured), Tietz (Injured), Bartels (Injured), Kyereh (Suspended)

Doubtful: Titsch-Rivero (Injured), Aigner (Injured)


After a dire start to the campaign, Wehen Wiesbaden appear to have finally got to grips with Bundesliga II. They have also improved defensively, conceding just one goal in their last three games, and they will aim to keep things tight against Sandhausen, who have struggled for goals lately.

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