FV Würmersheim – SV Niederschopfheim (Saturday, 3 p.m.). FV Würmersheim’s Niederschopfheim, eleventh in the state league table, must make up for it. According to SVN coach Jan Herdrich, points are necessary, but the task is not easy, despite Würmersheim being last in the table. The home side have won the top three with an away win against Ulm last weekend and will be confident accordingly. Robin Leidinger and Lionel Labad left. In addition, five players did not participate in training due to illness.
bypass the pendulum effect
SV Stadelhofen – FV Langenwinkel (Saturday, 3:30 p.m.). The guests travel to the recently stabilized leaders of the national league. “Stadelhofen is the clear favorite, there’s no need to debate that,” said ATCO coach Klaus Stefan. From his team’s point of view, the most important thing is to avoid the negative “pendulum effect”. Means: “We’ve been down twice this season after good performances against the best teams. This time we want to come out of it as well as possible,” said Stefan. Also, more offensive consistency is recommended as Stadelhofen should not be given too many chances. Markus Neu returns to the team after suspension, but Victor Draghici (privately banned) is missing.
use home power
FSV Seelbach – TuS Oppenau (Sunday, 4 p.m.). Three home games, three wins – this is FSV Seelbach’s balance at the moment. “Why shouldn’t we win the fourth home game too,” says Oliver Dewes, who can once again rely on his goal-scoring Fabian Kloos and Pascal Fehrenbach. You’ve trained well for a week and you start the game feeling resilient. Oppenau is an experienced national league team that should not be underestimated. “Like us, they come from a team spirit,” says Dewes, but you shouldn’t let that put you off.
Six point game
SV Rust – SpVgg Ottenau (Sunday, 3 p.m.). According to SVR coach Christian Saban, the state league game against Ottenau is a “six-point game.” His team has to show itself from a much different side than the bloodless Langenwinkel 1-3. The visitors won 1-0 against Oberwolfach last week. “Ottenau comes to us with a positive momentum, and we have to defend more actively and clearly than in Langenwinkel. The team has already proven several times that it can do it, but there is no need to talk about the learning effects anymore,” Saban says.
Derby in Schutterwald
FV Schutterwald – SC Offenburg (Sunday, 3 p.m.). Schutterwald Waldstadion has announced the derby time for SC Offenburg. SCO’s latest defeat (0:3 against Mörsch) did not fit into the picture of the previous days of state league games. As a result, Schutterwald coach Marc Hertwig expects nothing but an easy task against a “physically strong team that always looks like a closed unit and that makes it difficult to play.”
A tough weekend awaits the wrestlers of the South Baden Oberliga. It is doubles day, which always causes special stress for athletes, especially those with weight problems. Another explosive duel awaits RSV Schuttertal. Second in the table, RSV have to play third-placed KSK Furtwangen on Saturday at 8 p.m. The Black Forest side have had a very good start to the season and will be looking to capitalize on home advantage. Last year’s champion Olympia Schiltigheim II comes to the Schuttertäler Festhalle on Monday at 7 p.m. The team from the suburbs of Strasbourg has yet to hit the ground running this year. Guests from Alsace had to do without permanent staff.