On Friday evening at 6:30 pm the first matches of the 2. Bundesliga will take place as every week. The 16th day brings some exciting encounters. We take the match between Dynamo Dresden and the KSC under the magnifying glass. Can Dresden keep the good form and win the next victory, or does Karlsruhe achieve the liberation blow?
Dynamo Dresden is currently ranked 7th in the second division. After a very good series of three victories in a row in November, Dresden won only one point from the last two games. Overall, however, Dresden has 23 points on the credit side and the promotion areas are not yet far away, but the home-grown East Germans now have to win again. Overall, Dresden has a 6-5-4 score and 23-19 goals. At home, Dresden was much stronger with a 4-3-1 score and 16-11 goals. Uwe Neuhaus have to give up the KSC on Marvin Stefaniak, Niklas Hauptmann and Giuliano Modica. The Georgian Akaki Gogia, on the other hand, will be there. The wing player is currently very good. In 12 Ligaspielen he achieved 7 Saisontore and is thus Topscorer of Dresden! Dresden is on paper the favorite against the KSC. Does the team return to the track?
For the KSC it is steeply downhill. Currently, the former Bundesliga is only 16th and thus on a relegation place. Karlsruhe already has five matches in series without victory. Of these five duels the club went four times as losers from the place. The overall balance of 2-6-7 at 11-20 goals is to say the least to bad to remain second-class. In the distance, the KSC with a 1-3-3 score and 4-8 goals was also anything but compelling this year. With Gaetan Krebs and Enrico Valentini, two important men are out, with new coach Lukas Kwasniok not able to fall back. The signs of a point gain in Dresden are therefore unfavorable.