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GER D2Darmstadt VS Nurnberg, go for guests

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Posted Sun, 15 Sep 2019 10:27:28 GMT        

Match Time: 9/15/2019 19:30 Sunday (GMT+8)

German Bundesliga 2 -- Darmstadt VS Nurnberg

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Looking for help in attack, Darmstadt bought striker Ognjen Ozegovic from Partizan Belgrade at the end of the transfer window. Darmstadt also acquired midfielder Seung-ho Paik from Girona.Nurnberg signed Slovenian midfielder Adam Gnezda Cerin from Domzale.



Suspended: Victor Palsson

Doubtful: None

Injured/unavailable: Braydon Manu, Marcel Schuhen (broken arm), Mathias Honsak (thigh), Felix Platte



Suspended: None

Doubtful: Oliver Sorg, Nikola Dovedan

Injured/unavailable: Adam Zrelak, Virgil Misidjan, Fabian Schleusener, Alexander Fuchs (foot), Iuri Medieros, Ondrej Petrak, Asgar Sorensen (calf), Mikael Ishak (achilles)





Whatever the broader problems at Darmstadt may be, the lack of goals reigns as the primary issue. The club has just three goals from their five league matches thus far and none in their last three, sending Dimitrios Grammozis’ crew to the relegation zone after starting the season with four points after two matchdays. Darmstadt is hoping the transfer of Serbian striker Ognjen Ozegovic will help end the goal drought. Another late acquisition brings former Barcelona youth prospect Seung-ho Paik into the picture for Darmstadt, giving Grammozis an intriguing young talent for either the central midfield or right flank. Should the offense again find its way, the Darmstadt defense has been robust enough to bring results, surrendering just six goals so far this season. Only the top four teams in the league table have conceded fewer heading into the weekend.


Nurnberg will have wanted to use the time away from 2. Bundesliga competition to forget the last ten minutes of their final match before the break. With a two-goal lead heading into the 82nd minute against Heidenheim, the club’s third win of the season seemed well in-hand. The three points would have had them in the top six of the table, right where they believe they belong as they attempt to return to the Bundesliga. And then Damir Canadi’s team surrendered two goals in less than two minutes to see a win turn into a disappointing draw before their home fans. Nurnberg’s play before the collapse showed a team with great potential, but the two quick goals showed there remains work to be done.


It’s hard to see where a goal might come from for Darmstadt, but then again, Nurnberg hadn’t looked like it would concede to Heidenheim right up until they did . . . twice. This feels like Nurnberg’s match to lose until Grammozi’s team integrates its new offensive weapons and shows some spark of life on the offensive end. With the emergence of Johannes Geis as a true threat, I like Nurnberg to pull-off the road win in a tight match.




This match features two offenses that struggle to score. While that often will lead to a sudden inexplicable burst of offense, Darmstadt has yet to concede at home. Expect a tight match that may come down to set-pieces.




Darmstadt and Nurnberg have met just four times in the last 21 years, all in the 2. Bundesliga. Each team has one win and two draws from their recent history.

Darmstadt VS Nurnberg, go for guests

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