Our prediction for this Bundesliga 2 match:
Volksparkstadion will host Saturday’s matinee between Hamburger SV and Greuther Furth, the two teams who sit in the opposite halves of the table. HSV aim to overtake St. Pauli in top position and they are likely to go all guns blazing at the Cloverleaves. Mario Vuskovic continues to miss out through suspension, while the likes of Laszlo Benes, Moritz Heyer, Anssi Suhonen, Sebastian Schonlau, and Noah Katterbach remain in the treatment room.
Greuther Furth, on the other hand, continue with their old habit of producing much better showings at home than on the travels and seeing that HSV failed to turn their dominance into victory in a 1-1 draw with Wehen, we believe that there is a big value in betting on the promotion hopefuls. Niko Giesselmann misses out with an Achilles tendon, but he should be the only absentee in the visiting team.
Highlighted Team (Hamburg):
Hamburg was founded in 1919 out of a fusion of 3 different football clubs from Hamburg. Because of the fusion the Hamburg SV have 4 official club colours which all are in the current home kit of the club. Hamburg SV is playing in the Bundesliga since the national league officialy started. Hamburg SV never played in another league than the Bundesliga. The best results of Hamburg SV were in the eighties where the club won the national league 2 times and the Europa Cup 1 once.
Since 1963 Hamburg is playing their home games in the Volksparstadium. In 1998 Hamburg SV changed to a new venue where the capacity 57 000 is. This is the venue where Hamburg SV is playing right now and is called the Imtech Arena. Because of international legislation the capacity in European games is 51500.
Known former players that played for Hamburg SV are: Van der Vaart, Beckenbauer, Ze Roberto, Guerrero and Felix Magath.