Our prediction for this Austria Bundesliga match:
After failing to secure a top-six finish, Austria Wien will be looking to restart the season with a match against Admira in the relegation group. The Violets are leading the standings ahead of round 1, and they are seen as favourites to win Tuesday’s football match. A man to keep an eye on in the home team will be Christoph Monschein, who has netted 15 goals so far this season.
Admira, on the other hand, did well to beat Altach 2-0 in their last game before the coronavirus football break, with the team putting an end to their four-match winless run in the national championship. Austria Wien are more of a team than Admira, but share of spoils is on the cards as there will be no spectators at Generali Arena due to the fierce of the coronavirus spread.
Highlighted Team (Austria Vienna):
Austria Wien are an Austrian football club that was founded in March, 1911. Thirteen years later the Violets won their first Austrian Bundesliga title, finishing the season four points clear of fellow capital club First Vienna.
Speaking of the club’s recent trophies, Austria Wien clinched their 24th domestic title in 2013, while lifting their 27th Austrian Cup trophy in 2009. The club’s bitterest rivals are Rapid Wien and the teams face each other in the Wien derby. Austria Wien are regarded as a middle-class club, while Rapid’s supporters mostly come from the city’s working class. Speaking of the club’s European success, the Violets participated in the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1978, losing to Anderlecht in the title game.
Austria Wien welcome their rivals at Franz Horr Stadium, the venue that has been the home ground of the club since 1973. The stadium’s current capacity is 13 400. The club’s colours are violet and white, but they often play their away games in red kits.