SV Waldhof Mannheim has not lost in nine games. In the last two draws against Magdeburg and 1860 Munich, however, the people from the square gave the relegation place to SpVgg Unterhaching for the time being. The FCC should be refilled accordingly at home.
After all, the bottom of the 3rd league in Mannheim’s Carl Benz Stadium is guest on Sunday. As expected, the Thuringians are the gross outsider. Which betting providers at Mannheim vs Jena offer the best odds for a point gain of the underdog in the spa plant can be found in our betting base odds comparison.
First, the Waldhof is only 15th in the home table and has only won three games at home. Secondly, Jena recently scored four out of six possible points from the last two league games.
Nevertheless, in our opinion, it is not worthwhile to bet on a Thuringian point win in the form-fitting fourth in the table. We therefore recommend logging into Mannheim against Jena Tip 1. In addition to this betting recommendation, you will also find analyzes of the other third division games from match day 24 in the 3rd division betting tips section on our website.
SV Waldhof Mannheim continues unabated after the promoted and former Bundesliga club was able to report back from the sinking of amateur football last summer after 16 years.
Anyone who believes in the 45-point mark, which should be enough to keep their class in the narrow 3rd league, quickly realizes at a glance that deep stacking in the square city is slowly but surely equivalent to an understatement that appears to be affected. After 23 of 38 games, only seven points are still missing to reach this mark. Only three points are missing on a direct ascent place.
Those responsible at the Electoral Palatinate still do not want to know about this, but the list of arguments that speak for the Mannheimers is extremely long. Not to mention the white vest that the Baden-Württemberg association still has to show abroad.
Defensive strength is undoubtedly a key success factor. Although the SVW also experienced low points such as the 0: 4 home defeat against Halle followed by the 0: 3 at home against Unterhaching, there are only 27 goals conceded from 23 league games. That corresponds to the third best league value behind Unterhaching and Magdeburg.
The Palatinate also attacked a respectable 36 times, even though the exploitation of opportunities in the first half of the season was the big drawback time and time again. Since Kevin Koffi is no longer the sole entertainer in the storm, but only Mounir Bouziane and now Valmir Sulejmani have returned, this flaw seems to have been eliminated.
In the recent 1-1 draw away at 1860 Munich, the men of Bernhard Trares were given the first noteworthy chance of a rather weaker appearance to balance the game and turn it upside down. Recently, the SVW also scores in games in which not too much comes together.
That is exactly why we do not move away from the favorite tip and give the recommendation to play Tip 1 at Mannheim against Jena. Despite some setbacks at home, the Waldhof also remained undefeated in the last four games in the Carl Benz stadium against Ingolstadt, Braunschweig, Chemnitz and Magdeburg.
Only ten days ago, FC Carl Zeiss Jena separated from coach Rico Schmitt after the actually respectable 1-1 draw away at Eintracht Braunschweig. For a while, ex-professional René Klingbeil took over the coaching position – and promptly breathed new life into the three-time GDR master.
After a 0-1 deficit, the FCC sent FSV Zwickau 2-1 home after a spectacular final phase on Monday evening and secured the second “big point” against a direct competitor in December after the 2-1 away win in Großaspach in December relegation battle.
The 14th of the pre-season, which already managed to catch up with the class a year ago, still has the red lantern. With four points from the last two competitive games, the Thuringians are definitely back in the race, although the gap to the saving bank is eleven points.
Bitter is the fact that Coach René Klingbeil only has the B license. If there is no derogation, the FCC must appoint a new instructor as soon as possible, because “Klinge” can serve as an interim coach for a maximum of 15 working days.
Problems that do not play a role in this away game in the square city, where the Thuringians strive for their third away win in the current season. So far, however, not much had been achieved in the distance with only eight out of 36 possible points. Also because the FCC had already conceded 29 goals in the distance, which is the worst value of the 3rd division.
Accordingly, the odds of bookmakers at Mannheim against Jena clearly move towards the home side, especially since the Thuringians have never been able to take a single point at the Waldhof in six attempts.
To make matters worse, in addition to the injuries to Manuel Maranda, Justin Schau and Eroll Zejnullahu, three players are missing in the Kurpfalz. Pierre Fassnacht received a fifth yellow card against Zwickau. Kilian Pagliuca and Meris Skenderovic even have to hurry a red lock.