Regensburg prepare for this game following on from a 2-2 Bundesliga 2 drawn result versus Fortuna Dusseldorf.
For Regensburg, goals were scored by Andreas Albers (1') and Sebastian Stolze (20'). Kenan Karaman (81') and Rouwen Hennings (86') scored for Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Over their past six games, Mersad Selimbegović’s Regensburg have found the net 6 times giving them an average number of goals per match of 1.
Ahead of this meeting, Regensburg are undefeated in their previous 2 home league matches.
Eintracht Braunschweig go into this game following on from a 2-1 Bundesliga 2 win to beat VfL Bochum in their previous game.
For Eintracht Braunschweig, the scorers were Fabio Kaufmann (23') and Nick Proschwitz (67'). Simon Zoller (5') was the scorer for VfL Bochum.
The stats don’t lie, and Eintracht Braunschweig have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 games, letting opponents get 15 goals in total. Defensively, Braunschweig could really do with shoring things up. Such a pattern isn’t assured to be carried forward here, of course.
Heading into this fixture, Eintracht Braunschweig have not won away from home in their last 4 league games.
Head to head
Inspecting their prior head to head meetings stretching back to 28/08/2010 shows that Regensburg have won 1 of these and Eintracht Braunschweig 5, with the tally of drawn games standing at 0.
13 goals were shared by the two clubs during those clashes, with 3 of them from Regensburg and 10 being from Braunschweig. The average number of goals per game works out to 2.17.
Team News: Regensburg
Looking at personnel, there is just the sole fitness concern for the Regensburg gaffer Mersad Selimbegović to contend with from an otherwise complete set of players. Jan-Niklas Beste (Torn Muscle Fibre) will miss out.
Team News: Eintracht Braunschweig
Braunschweig manager Daniel Meyer has multiple availability issues to deal with. Marcel Bär (Muscular problems), Leon Bürger (Metatarsal Fracture), Iba May (Knee Problems), Niko Kijewski (Cruciate Ligament Rupture), Suleiman Abdullahi (Knee Problems) and Leandro Putaro (Muscular problems) miss out here. Felix Dornebusch cannot play in this game through suspension.
In our view, Eintracht Braunschweig will surely be able to breach the defence of this Regensburg side, but it is unlikely to be as many as they’ll concede.
We are anticipating a close game with a 2-1 win for Regensburg at the end of this one. Let’s see what eventuates.
What are the top odds for the game?
Checking out the betting prices for the game on the 90 minute result market, victory for Regensburg is best priced at 2.15, going for a drawn result is 3.58 & selecting the winner to be Eintracht Braunschweig will get you 3.4. They are the top prices available as of now.