Meppen v Waldhof (3. Liga)
Sunday 30th January – 12:00PM KO
We see fifth-ranked Meppen face off against sixth-ranked Waldhof Mannheim on Sunday afternoon in the German 3. Liga. Can Meppen continue their most recent result with another victory and will Waldhof fail again, with both teams in pursuit of playoffs or promotion. Meppen have the same amount of points as third-ranked Kaiserslautern and Waldhof trail by just two.
Meppen beat SC Verl 1-0 away from home on Wednesday, with Richard Sukuta-Pasu securing victory. Steffen Puttkammer (21 apps) picked up his fifth yellow card and is suspended. Meppen have won 7 of 11 at home as well as 3 of their last 4 but they did fall to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Zwickau.
Waldhof suffered a 1-0 home loss to Viktoria Köln. They allowed the only goal of the match just after halftime to fall to three defeats in the last four. Waldhof’s away record is not bad at all. They have won 5 of 11 and have lost only 3. They have won four of their last five away games. These victories, however, were all against sides currently ranked 11th or lower. Hamza Saghiri (19 apps) and Niklas Sommer (22 apps) are doubtful.
Meppen have booked 12 wins in total. They allowed no goals or just one goal against in 11 of these wins. Moreover, they held their opponents scoreless on nine occasions. Waldhof have scored just twice in their six losses. I see Meppen collected a low score win here but goals really should be few and far between.
Prediction: Under 2.5 Goals, 2.05 on Betfair (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
Braunschweig v Verl (3. Liga)
Monday 31st January – 6:00PM KO
We have a battle for promotion here looking at Braunschweig and a battle against relegation as we look at Verl. Braunschweig have won 11 of 22, drawing 6 and losing 5, which sees them currently in fourth place. Verl have won only 5, drew 7, and have suffered 11 defeats. With 22 points acquired they sit in 16th place, just one point from the drop.
Braunschweig saw Zwickau defeat them 1-0 away from home. Their first loss after 5 games without defeat. Brian Behrendt and Michael Schultz (both 22 apps) collected five yellow cards and face a suspension. Robin Krause (21 apps) is also out due to Covid-19 regulations. Braunschweig have obtained 10 points from their last 4 home games.
Verl fell to a 1-0 home defeat hosting Meppen on Wednesday. Cottrell Ezekwen (12 apps) picked up his fifth yellow card and will have to sit this one out. Maël Corboz (21 apps) and Leandro Putaro (18 apps, 6 goals) are doubtful.
Verl have now lost two straight, and have won only once in their last eleven. Although they have scored six goals in their last three away games, they have failed to win their seven games away from home. Verl have also allowed league-worst 46 goals per game, an average of exactly 2 per game.
This should be a match Eintracht Braunschweig are winning without too much trouble.
Prediction: Braunschweig to Win, 1.70 on Betfair (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
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