Top match and home kick-off
In the 2nd league, special games await Tyrol’s representatives on Sunday: Wattens is guest in Ried, Wacker II celebrates home premiere.
Ried, Innsbruck – A Sunday matinee in Ried? That’s never happened before. However, it is time for the WSG Wattens to make a guest appearance at 10.30 a.m..
With the Tirolern one left nothing before the point play of the two hottest ascent candidates to the coincidence: Already the whole week over one trained at 10.30 o’clock, in order to get used to the unusual kick-off time. That is something new for all , explained coach Thomas Silberberger on Saturday briefly before the departure into the Innviertel. Perhaps we have thereby even a small advantage, because we are eingekaserniert in the hotel. The Rieder go in the morning directly to the play, that is already a completely different daily routine , hopes the Wattener Coach. Read here the reviews of MyBet Casino and more of its details!
For the Wörgler, the Rieder remain – despite the disappointing opening draw against Steyr – the team to beat in the title fight. “The pressure lies solely with Ried. They have the biggest budget of the league and still have a strong team.” Ried trainer Thomas Weissenböck said in a recent interview with the Internet portal Laola1 quite surprisingly: “I don’t think you can say this year that Ried must become champion”.
That costs Silberberger (“Of course they’ll give us the favorite role”) but only a tired smile. Only Lukas Katnik, Kelvin Yeboah and Felix Adjei will be missing on Sunday. “We’ll change one or two things in the starting formation.” Maybe Clemens Walch will be in the starting line-up for the first time against the former club.
After the home premiere of the Bundesliga in the Tivoli stadium on Saturday, the 2nd league premiere will take place on Sunday when Wacker II SKU Amstetten (with 156-time Bundesliga player Thomas Hinum) receives. The euphoria at the second representation of the Schwarzgrünen is naturally great after the 3-0 opening victory at the Upper Austrian Juniors.
“It could not have gone better, the whole team played extremely well”, double goal scorer Alex Gründler looked back once again. Knowing that with Amstetten “a completely different opponent is approaching us”. During a video study the young Wacker kickers were prepared on Saturday by coach Thomas Grumser for all eventualities. The only question is Alex Joppich, who was beaten last. “Amstetten plays a lot with long balls, we are prepared for that”, knows coach Thomas Grumser, who hopes for a full West stand on Sunday.