The SpVgg Unterhaching is currently in the third division as third in the table on the rise course. With a win on Saturday (kick-off at 2 p.m.) at FC Hansa Rostock, the Hachinger could even climb to second place.
Unterhaching - At least until Sunday, then Ingolstadt in Würzburg can follow suit. However, the appearance in the Baltic Sea Stadium is likely to be a tough job for the Hachinger. The hosts are fighting for their last chance to stay on top.
"Rostock is under pressure," SpVgg trainer Claus Schromm also knows, "which is why it will be a difficult task. The Rostockers themselves speak of a very, very important game. If they lose, the issue of ascent is at least gone for a few weeks. ”
However, the third division is crazy and tight enough that it can happen quite differently. If Hansa wins against Haching, fourth place is already within reach. “In terms of the table, it's a very explosive issue,” says Schromm. "If we want to get in touch again, everyone knows that we have to win the game," said Hansa defender Maximilian Ahlschwede. Trainer Jens Härtel even speaks of a "six-point game".
There is no doubt that Schromm's team is now looking forward to the north by charter plane with great anticipation. "We are looking forward to a Bundesliga arena with a great atmosphere."
The two wins at the start of the new year naturally provide additional tailwind. “They were clearly noticeable this week,” reports Haching's head coach, “we are incredibly happy that it happened. And what points you have, you have. "
SpVgg Unterhaching: Mantl - Schwabl, Endres (Winkler), Greger, Bandowski - Stahl, Hufnagel - Heinrich, Bigalke - Hain, Schröter.