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1860 Munich prepare for this match following on from a 0-0 3rd Liga drawn match against Lübeck. Their most recent results reveal that quality has been evident in the 1860 Munich defence. 1860 have been stingy, seeing the tally of goals that have flown into the back of their net during their previous six clashes standing at 4. Such a pattern might not be carried forward into this next game, though.

Coming into this clash, 1860 Munich are unbeaten in their previous 2 league matches at home.

Dynamo Dresden will come into the meeting following on from a 1-0 3rd Liga win with the defeat of Wehen Wiesbaden in their last match.

Over the course of their previous six outings, Dynamo Dresden have bagged the sum of 13 goals. Dresden have also scored on each one of those occasions. Over that period, they’ve seen 2 goals scored by their opponents.

Coming into this fixture, Dynamo Dresden are unbeaten in their previous 3 away league matches.

Head to head

A glance at their past head-to-head clashes going back to 16/12/2012 shows that 1860 Munich have won 2 of these games and Dynamo Dresden 3, with the tally of draws being 1.

A sum of 19 goals were produced between them in this period, with 8 of them for 1860 and 11 created by Dresden.

The last league meeting featuring these sides was 3rd Liga match day 10 on 15/11/2020 when it finished Dynamo Dresden 2-1 1860 Munich.

Team News: 1860 Munich

Richard Neudecker (Adductor problems), Tim Linsbichler (Fitness) and Quirin Moll (Cruciate Ligament Rupture) won’t be available for 1860 gaffer Michael Köllner.

Team News: Dynamo Dresden

Dresden manager Markus Kauczinski has some current player fitness concerns. Niklas Kreuzer (Muscular problems), Marco Hartmann (Knee Injury), Patrick Weihrauch (Ankle Injury), Chris Löwe (Torn knee ligament) and Robin Becker (Cruciate Ligament Rupture) are those who can’t be considered.


Dynamo Dresden will manage to breach the defence of this 1860 Munich lineup, although that is unlikely to be as many as they’ll concede.

Fortuna Dusseldorf will play in this fixture after a 0-0 Bundesliga 2 draw vs SV Sandhausen.

It has not been often in recent times where Fortuna Dusseldorf have managed to hold out for a full 90 minutes. It will be a concern for them that Fortuna have seen their defence breached in 5 of their previous 6 games, giving up 9 goals during that time. While that may be of interest, we will just have to wait and see whether that pattern might be replicated in this upcoming match.

Their prior results show that Fortuna Dusseldorf have not beaten VfL Bochum in their previous 3 league matches and are undefeated in their previous 2 league matches at home.

After being beaten in their last game against Hamburg in Bundesliga 2 action, VfL Bochum and their fans will hope to get a better result this time.

Thomas Reis's VfL Bochum have converted a total of 9 times in the course of their most recent six matches.

Head to head

Looking at their most recent head-to-head meetings going back to 01/03/2016 shows that Fortuna Dusseldorf have won 2 of them & VfL Bochum 3, with the tally of draws standing at 1.

In all, 18 goals were scored between them during those clashes, with 7 of them for Fortuna and 11 belonging to Bochum.

The last league match between these clubs was Bundesliga 2 match day 9 on 30/11/2020 when it ended VfL Bochum 5-0 Fortuna Dusseldorf.

Team News: Fortuna Dusseldorf

Fortuna Dusseldorf boss Uwe Rösler will be grateful not to have any fitness worries at all before this match with a completely healthy squad ready to go.

Team News: VfL Bochum

Thanks to a completely healthy squad available for selection, VfL Bochum manager Thomas Reis does not have any fitness concerns whatsoever ahead of this clash. Danny Blum will not be able to play in this game through being suspended.


VfL Bochum and Fortuna Dusseldorf could end up without much reward for their efforts here.

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