1860 Munich Vs Würzburger Kickers
1860 Munich will expect a superior outcome after a 3-1 third Liga losing exertion in their last game against Ingolstadt. They haven't had the option to quit scoring objectives, netting in all of their last 6 matches. They've figured out how to pile up 10 during that period while likewise surrendering an aggregate of 7.
Marius Willsch (Pubitis), Daniel Wein (Achilles Irritation) and Milos Cocic (Torn Ankle Ligament) will be absent for 1860 supervisor Michael Köllner.
Würzburger Kickers drew 1-1 in the Bundesliga 2 bind with SC Paderborn 07. In an aggregate of 5 out of the past 6 conflicts, something like three objectives have gone in. The normal number of objectives per match during that spell is 3.5, with the quantity of objectives found the middle value of by Würzburger Kickers remaining at 1.17.
The past group match including these clubs was third Liga match day 30 on 06/06/2020 and the score completed 1860 Munich 1-2 Würzburger Kickers.
Daniel Hägele (Tear in the abductor muscle), Robert Herrmann (Unknown Injury) and Nzuzi Toko (Knee Surgery) are the individuals who can't be thought of.
1860 Munich can and ought to have the option to make a decent number of possibilities and fruitful shots on track. We are expecting a beautiful agreeable 3-1 success.
Prediction Munich to win
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