Yellow card for Mehmet Kurt (SV Wehen Wiesbaden)
Kurt comes too late in midfield against Eberwein and sees yellow for it.
The guests find it difficult in this phase in their own development game. The SVWW is running up the hallens and is currently developing good access.
Even a little later with a free kick from Thiel, Mesenhöler is on the post and grabs safely.
HFC goalkeeper Mesenhöler is challenged with a volley from Jacobsen, but confidently parries the goal.
The HFC gets stuck in a counterattack in person from Löder on Mockenhaupt.
The Halle residents come through Terrence Boyd to another goal – the attacker’s header is clearly set too high.
The HFC was lucky in the first few minutes that Hollerbach missed the big chance for the Hessians. Otherwise, the guests have been doing well so far and have not shown the streak of recent games without a win.
On the other side, Boyd receives a pass in a promising position, but SVWW defender Gürleyen is attentive and prevents the situation.
There is no sign of restraint in the initial phase. Both teams scored early goals.
On the other hand, the home side have one early in the game Big chance! Thiel serves Hollerbach, who is up and away and appears alone in front of HFC goalkeeper Mesenhöler, but cannot overcome the keeper!
The HFC comes through Derstroff to a goal approach, which takes a flank from the right side directly. The shot flies over the gate.
The ball rolls to the end of the first half.
The starting line-up of Halleschen FC also shows a change compared to the 0-0 draw at home against the Würzburger Kickers: Elias Löder replaces Niklas Landgraf (not in the squad) in the first team.
At SVWW there is a personnel change in the starting line-up compared to the 1-1 draw at Waldhof Mannheim: Dennis Kempe starts instead of Nico Rieble (not in the squad).
In addition to the goal of ending the series without a win, the HFC will also try to improve their away record today. In eight league games on a foreign pitch, the Halle team only managed a three-point this season. From the perspective of the Saalestädter it could go against the right opponent for this endeavor with Wehen Wiesbaden – the Hessians could only record one home win in eight games in the current third division season.
Hallesche FC ranks two points and three places in the table behind. The Saalestädter have been waiting for a win for four league games. The 2-1 home win against Duisburg at the end of October was followed by defeats against newly promoted Havelse (1: 2) and Borussia Dortmund II (1: 2), as well as against Viktoria Köln (0: 2). Last weekend, the team of coach Florian Schnorrenberg did not get past a 0-0 draw in the home game against the Würzburger Kickers, who were on a relegation zone.
Wehen Wiesbaden is still waiting for the first victory under the new coach Markus Kauczinski. In the first two games with the former Karlsruher in the coaching bench, the SVWW lost 1-0 in Kaiserslautern and shared the points in a goalless draw at home against SC Verl. According to the results of the matchday so far, the Hessians are currently in eleventh place in the table.
Wehen Wiesbaden narrowly missed the longed-for away three-point in Mannheim last Monday. After Thiel’s goal in the 2nd minute, the Hessians led 1-0 for a long time until SVWW keeper Lyska underwent an unfortunate own goal to equalize 1: 1 in the 90th minute.
Hello and welcome to the 19th matchday of the third division. At the end of the round, SV Wehen Wiesbaden welcomes Halleschen FC. The game in the Brita-Arena will kick off at 7 p.m.
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