When does St. Pauli vs Hamburger SV kick off? Monday 16th September, 2019 – 19:30 (UK)
Where is St. Pauli vs Hamburger SV being played? Millerntor-Stadion
What is the weather forecast for St. Pauli vs Hamburger SV? Clear, 17c
What television channel is St. Pauli vs Hamburger SV on? Some Bundesliga 2 matches are televised on BT Sport so check here for their TV schedule
Where can I stream St. Pauli vs Hamburger SV? If televised on BT Sport, this match can be streamed via the BT Sport website and app
Where can I get tickets for St. Pauli vs Hamburger SV?
St. Pauli – https://www.fcstpauli.com/tickets/heimspiele/
Hamburger SV – https://shop.hsv.de/tickets/auswaertsspiele/
What was the score when the teams last met? St. Pauli 0-4 Hamburger SV
THE TEAM NEWS
- St. Pauli might still be wondering how they did not come away from Dresden with three points in their last match having been 3-0 up after half an hour, only to end up drawing.
- Midfielders Johannes Flum and Rico Benatelli both featured in a friendly during the international break but are seemingly not in coach Jos Luhukay's plans, particularly with Youba Diarra joining on loan.
- Loanee Matt Penney is available again after suspension while Luhukay has added another right-back to his squad in Sebastian Olsson, with Luca Zander and Park Yi-Young still sidelined.
Predicted line-up (3-4-2-1): Himmelmann; Lawrence, Carstens, Hoffmann; Miyaichi, Becker, Knoll, Buballa; Daehli, Sobota; Diamantakos
Unavailable: Ziereis (Injured), Veerman (Injured), Tashchy (Injured), Avevor (Injured), Park Yi-Young (Injured), Zander (Injured)
- Hamburger SV went into the international break two points clear at the top of Bundesliga II having dropped just two points so far this season.
- Experienced striker Martin Harnik joined on loan from Werder Bremen on transfer deadline day and scored in a friendly against Bundesliga side Wolfsburg last week.
- Jan Gyamerah suffered a horror injury during training on Wednesday which will keep him out for a lengthy period, leaving coach Dieter Hecking without a recognised right-back in his squad.
Predicted line-up (4-3-3): Daniel Heuer; Narey, Jung, Van Drongelen, Leibold; Fein, Kinsombi, Kittel; Harnik, Hinterseer, Jatta
Unavailable: Ewerton (Injured), Moritz (Injured), Gyamerah (Injured)
Doubtful: Letschert (Injured)
Hamburg won 4-0 last time they visited the Millerntor in March and they go into this city derby full of confidence having won their last four league games. Top scorer Sonny Kittel has netted four goals in that time and is worth a punt against a side who are yet to keep a clean sheet this season.