In the 1st minute, Marvin Ducksch scored to score W. Bremen’s partial 1-0 against Mainz at the Mewa Arena stadium.
On the last day, the visit took the victory and added 3 as host. The home team lost and will seek to correct the mistakes of that match to return to the path of victory.
Mainz wants to recover after suffering a defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt by a result of 0 to 1. In recent games this season, they have 3 draws and 1 loss, with 2 goals scored and 4 in their goal.
Werder Bremen arrives with an advantage after defeating Freiburg with a score of 3 to 1. The visitor has tied 3 times and has won 1 game in recent days. In those games, he has scored 8 goals and 5 have been scored.
The home team is in seventeenth place and reached 11 points (1 PG – 8 PE – 9 PP), while the visitor has achieved 23 points and is in tenth place in the championship (6 PG – 5 PE – 8 PP) .
The judge chosen to officiate the match at the Mewa Arena stadium was Benjamin Brand.
Mainz formation today
Coach Jan Siewert arranged a 4-5-1 formation with Robin Zentner between the three sticks; Silvan Widmer, Sepp van den Berg, Anthony Caci and Phillipp Mwene at the back; Tom Krauss, Leandro Barreiro, Jonathan Burkardt, Nadiem Amiri and Karim Onisiwo in midfield; and Jessic Ngankam as forward.
Werder Bremen formation today
For his part, Ole Werner enters the ring with a 5-3-2 strategy, with goalkeeper Michael Zetterer; Mitchell Weiser, Niklas Stark, Marco Friedl, Anthony Jung, Felix Agu on the defensive wall; Romano Schmid, Senne Lynen and Jens Stage in midfield; and Marvin Ducksch and Justin Njinmah up front.
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