How svensson the Mainz counteracts away

Mainz 05 is well located that the game will take place on Sunday at Borussia Mönchengladbach on Sunday at 17.30 (Live! At Finn Dahmen) on Sunday, so the battered players can take care of their injuries longer than usual. At yesterday’s training, Karim Onisiwo, who had pulled himself a bruise, and Finn Dahmen after his syndesmoserism again. However, Jonathan Burkardt and Silvan Widmer was not a trace yet.

The captain of the German U 21 had the day before in the run-up to the EM qualifying game in Israel because of muscular complaints must break up warming up and missed the game. Widmer was already received on Saturday in the jersey of Swiss Nati in England a kick from behind into the legs and fell off Kosovo on Tuesday. The use of the two regular players on Sunday at Mainz appearances in Mönchengladbach but does not seem excluded. It is unclear at Jean-Paul Boetius, who injured in 05 training on Wednesday.

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Playing in Gladbach is always cool, in Augsburg it is about much, in Cologne is really what’s going on.

Bo Svensson

The game in Gladbach forms the prelude to three away matches one after the other, in which the FSV fights against its weak outward balance. In the next week, Mainz is guests at FC Augsburg (Wednesday) and 1. FC Cologne (Saturday). While the 05s are in the home table in third place, it is only rank 17. The explanation of coach Bo Svensson in the Finn Dahmen interview was: “It is noticeable that we have our fans in the stadium again. We have success experiences in the Back, it creates a positive momentum, the performance is basically better. This is different at the moment. Nevertheless, we had some good away games, in Munich, Freiburg, Hoffenheim, Bielefeld. Of course, this is not enough. Now we have three away matches one after the other Since we can practice well _ (grinst) _. to play in Gladbach is always cool, in Augsburg it’s about much, in Cologne is really what’s going on. “We have to look forward to that, and we do that too.”