At the weekend there will be exciting games in the A-Class 8. Inning awaits a difficult game against Moosen, the ailing BSG Taufkirchen has to play against Grüntegernbach.
A class 8 TSV Dorfen II - SV Walpertskirchen II (Sun. 12.30 p.m.):
The reserve of TSV Dorfen currently has a run.
"The win during the week against Moosen was strong and so we can stay up there," said TSV player-coach Nik Jensen.
Against Walpertskirchen you want to get the fifth victory in a row.
The squad remains largely identical.
The coaches currently have tough decisions to make in Dorfen due to the entire squad, said Jensen.
Walpertskirchen scored an important win against Forstern and worked its way into midfield.
In theory, SVW could draw level with Dorfen on points.
(Our tip: 2: 0)
DJK Ottenhofen - FC Forstern II (Sunday 3 p.m.):
“After the win against Walpertskirchen II, we definitely want to work on the next three points on Sunday.
The team makes a good impression, ”said Ottenhofen's head of department Benjamin Settles.
The recently ailing Thomas Ostermaier, Peter Knauer and Julian Jaros are back.
Martin Wiethaus will also return from vacation, while Andreas Stürzer will not be available.
According to Forstern's press spokesman Albert Bowinzki, Ottenhofen is the absolute favorite for the climb.
"Every point is a bonus for us," he said.
Stephan Oeller fell out of the game with a big knee.
(Tip: 3: 1)
FC Lengdorf II - FSV Steinkirchen (Sunday 3 p.m.):
The second from the bottom against the second from the top: Last weekend, against Moosen, there was a painful defeat for the Lengdorfer Reserve.
In the game against Steinkirchen you are in the outsider role.
At the FSV, the list of injuries is still long, but you can still go into the game with the same squad as you last won against St. Wolfgang, according to FSV player-coach Kosta Papantoniou.
Lengdorf is a tough nut to crack.
There you concede goals especially in the final quarter of an hour.
“We have to go into the game against, like against St. Wolfgang, right from the start.
Of course we want to win the game and we will, ”said the coach fiercely.
(Tip: 1: 3)
TSV St. Wolfgang - SV Hörlkofen (Sunday 3 p.m.):
"Despite the unsatisfactory table situation and the latest results, we can build on this performance against Steinkirchen," said St. Wolfgang's head of department Bernhard Deuschl.
Now they want to find their way back to success against Hörlkofen.
The personnel situation at TSV is still critical.
In addition, one now has to do without the red-banned Harald Weiß.
Hörlkofen is just one point behind the favorites from St. Wolfgang, which were hotly traded before the season.
With a victory you would overtake the Wolfgang and plunge even further into the crisis.
In the event of a defeat, Hörlkofen could find himself on a relegation point.
(Tip: 1: 1)
SpVgg Neuching - SV Wörth / Erding (Sunday 3 p.m.):
For Neuching there is the next derby at the weekend.
Now Wörth is the opponent and the game association is actually the clear favorite.
“But we are still weakened by replacement.
I hope for our strength at home and the support of our many spectators ”, said Neuchings Rudi Weber.
But Wörth, too, “is currently on the gums,” says SVW department head Heinrich Hundsnurscher.
So you have to do without Daniel Hudler, Sebastian Wenninger, Maxi Wanninger, Maximilian Lang and Valentin Haimmerer.
Lukas Becker has to help out with the first team.
(Tip: 3: 0)
BSG Taufkirchen II - TSV Grüntegernbach (Sunday 4.00 p.m.):
After coach Florian Pell resigned from the BSG Taufkirchen reserve for sporting reasons after the defeat against SV Walpertskirchen, captain Bastian Schlossnikl and Max Häusler are now temporarily responsible as player-coaches at the Vils. "With the front runner Grüntegerbach a difficult game in the fight to stay ahead of the league", said Schlossnikl. There are hardly any personnel changes since the last game. According to Grüntegernbach's Wolfgang Schnappberger, the table leader would have to do without Nicolas Lohmeier. He had had an operation on his thigh and will probably be out of the first half of the season. Dominik Sommerer and Andi Bauer were also missing. “Taufkirchen doesn't have a good series. I hope that continues against us. But it is more difficult than it looks on paper ",says the sporting director of Grüntegernbach. Nevertheless, one expects three points. (Tip: 1: 3)
FC Inning - SC Moosen II (Sun. 17:00):
After the defeat in Grüntegernbach and the 0-0 win against Neuching, Inning last had to give up in the promotion battle. The game against the Moosener Reserve has an absolute derby character, according to player-coach Adrian Hahn. Moosen have already won against one or the other well-known opponent. "That's why I think it will be a tough job," said Hahn. Hahn himself is definitely out of the game. It could well be that one or the other young player gets "more game practice" than in the last few weeks. "We definitely want to show a reaction and want to stay ahead of the Mooseners in the table," said Hahn. Because with a win Moosen could pull past inning. If SCM coach Johannes Schirmbeck has his way, his team would be better off without the English weeks.This shows the comparison of the results from during the week and from those on weekends. Therefore, he continues to be an opponent of these amateur games during the week. The upcoming opponent Inning had been one of the favorites for Schirmbeck before the season, like the previous opponent Dorfen. "They will perform accordingly," said the SCM coach, who regretted that Adrian Hahn could not play in innings. He has to do without Florian Sperr, who is involved as an election worker. Tobias Graf and Andreas Patz are now on vacation. (Tip: 1: 1)who regretted that Adrian Hahn could not play in innings. He has to do without Florian Sperr, who is involved as an election worker. Tobias Graf and Andreas Patz are now on vacation. (Tip: 1: 1)who regretted that Adrian Hahn could not play in innings. He has to do without Florian Sperr, who is involved as an election worker. Tobias Graf and Andreas Patz are now on vacation. (Tip: 1: 1)