2.Bundesliga | Wehen Wiesbaden VS Jahn Regensburg; Wednesday 29 May at 02:30 GMT +8

Wehen Wiesbaden, coming off a 2-2 Bundesliga 2 – Play-offs stalemate against Regensburg, entered this game with 67% possession and 13 shots at goal. Robin Heußer and John Iredale scored for Wehen Wiesbaden, while Regensburg had 9 shots and 3 on target. It’s been a rare occasion for Wehen Wiesbaden to hold out for 90 minutes in recent games, with 12 goals in six of their previous six matches.

Regensburg has been beaten in six of their last six games, with opponents netting nine goals in total, and their defense has been struggling.

The first leg of the promotion/relegation playoff between Wehen and SSV Jahn was a thrilling spectacle, with both teams playing out a 2-2 draw. It’s difficult to predict who will emerge victorious, as neither team exudes confidence in form. Wehen’s players, led by Nils Doring, have been on the losing end in each of their past five matches at the BRITA-Arena. Their porous defense has been the main culprit behind their dreadful run of form spanning 11 matches. SSV Jahn have experienced a dismal end to the season, going eight consecutive matches without a win, claiming four draws and losses each. Die Jahnelf’s recent road showings don’t paint a promising picture, with only two wins and one clean sheet in nine matches during 2024. Both teams display serious deficiencies in their backline, and goals are expected to flow freely.

Nico Rieble and Nassim Elouarti are out for extended periods, and Bjarke Jacobsen’s participation remains unknown. John Iredale, who came off the bench, has the lead and could hope for a call-up for Tuesday’s decider.

Eric Hottmann and Elias Huth will be sidelined for several months due to injury. Hottmann scored in a 2-0 win against Ulm, while Huth tore his lateral ankle ligament in the final match of the 3rd Bundesliga season.

Predicted lineups:

Wehen Wiesbaden

Goalkeeper: Florian Stritzel
Defenders: Martin Angha, Marcus Mathisen, Aleksandar Vukotic
Midfielders: Gino Fechner, Robin Heusser, Thijmen Goppel, Franko Kovacevic, Keanan Bennetts
Forwards: Ivan Prtajin, Nikolas Agrafiotis

Jahn Regensburg

Goalkeeper: Felix Gebhardt
Defenders: Florian Ballas, Oscar Schonfelder, Robin Ziegele, Louis Breunig
Midfielders: Rasim Bulic, Andreas Geipl, Christian Viet, Konrad Faber, Dominik Kother
Forwards: Noah Ganaus

  • Wehen Wiesbaden – — wins
  • Jahn Regensburg – 3 wins
  • Draws – 3

Over all competition record

2.Bundesliga Standings

Regensburg can potentially score, but Wehen Wiesbaden may concede. The match is expected to be close, with a 2-1 win margin, making it an intriguing match.

Winning probability:

Wehen Wiesbaden – 33%

Draw – 19%

Jahn Regensburg – 48%

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