Vfb Stuttgart Vs SV Sandhausen Prediction On June 17th, 2020

Predict the football match ratio between Vfb Stuttgart vs SV Sandhausen in the 31st round of German second division, taking place on June 17th, 2020.

Vfb Stuttgart vs SV Sandhausen prediction, HT

Vfb Stuttgart Vs SV Sandhausen

VfB Stuttgart certainly has no other goal but to defeat SV Sandhausen in the Vfb Stuttgart vs SV Sandhausen match in round 32. The home team has been struggling recently, having only won 6 points in the past 6 rounds. However, those results also do not reflect the true strength of the Mercedes-Benz Arena team. Looking forward to the upcoming match, just having to face a weaker team rather than SV Sandhausen will be a better opportunity for the home team to win all 3 points.

Vfb Stuttgart vs SV Sandhausen prediction, FT

SV Sandhausen is hoping that the surprise 2-1 win over Greuther Furth in the last round will be a sign of their rise. However, it is clear that the victory also could not help the fans of this team really reassuring, because their performance over the past time is also quite unstable.

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Marching to VfB Stuttgart’s field in this Vfb Stuttgart vs SV Sandhausen match, it was clear that Uwe Koschinat’s team were the ones who were underestimated. Not only that, but the record against VfB Stuttgart in the last visit to the Mercedes-Benz Arena also showed the disadvantage of SV Sandhausen (losing 1-2 in that match).

O/U bet

Vfb Stuttgart Vs SV Sandhausen

SV Sandhausen’s five consecutive unbeaten runs in the Bundesliga 2 this year are at risk of being halted as they march to Stuttgart’s Mercedes-Benz Arena in Vfb Stuttgart vs SV Sandhausen match of round 32.

With 10th place in the current rankings, the season seems to have ended for the away team Sandhausen. Therefore, it will not be surprising if they actively play a fair match with the home team on this trip. Although in terms of attacking ability, Uwe Koschinat’s army cannot be compared with VfB Stuttgart but with scoring in the last 3/4 matches, they are fully capable to cause many difficulties for competitors. The last 3/4 meeting between the two teams ended with at least 3 times shaking the net. Over will definitely be a good investment in the next 90 minutes.

The Over/Under of HT odds is set by the house at 1.25 with a ratio of 1.12 and 0.77 respectively. Meanwhile, the Over/Under bet for the whole match is listed as 2.75 with the odds for Over is 0.87 and for Under is 1.03.

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Vfb Stuttgart Vs SV Sandhausen

Before the 31st round, Stuttgart had 52 points, played less than 1 match, and was 3rd in the standings. It can be seen that the door to the Bundesliga is quite open for coach Pellegrino Matarazzo and his team. In fact, in the recent period, the performance of the Mercedes-Benz Arena team has also improved significantly, and now, before SV Sandhausen has run out of motivation to play, 3 points is a completely feasible goal for the home team in the upcoming Vfb Stuttgart vs SV Sandhausen match.

On the other side of the battle line, SV Sandhausen is also in quite a high form with 3 victories and 2 draws in the last 5 rounds. The main reason comes from the comfort of the away team when they no longer have goals in this season. However, VfB Stuttgart will certainly be a very different opponent from the 5 teams that Uwe Koschinat’s team has met recently. Failure is inevitable for them on this Vfb Stuttgart vs SV Sandhausen match.

The betting listed in this match is VfB Stuttgart handicap with 1.25 odds for the home team and away team at 1.09 and 0.83 respectively. While the HT was settled as VfB Stuttgart, 1/2 handicap with 1.08 for the home team and 0.80 for the away team.

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Expected line-up

VfB Stuttgart: Kobel, Insua, Badstuber, Kempf, Stenzel, Didavi, Castro, Forster, Mangala, Gonzalez, Wamangituka

SV Sandhausen: Martin Fraisl, Aleksandr Zhirov, Leart Paqarada, Gerrit Nauber, Dennis Diekmeier, Denis Linsmayer, Robin Scheu, Erik Zenga, Julius Biada, Kevin Behrens, Aziz Bouhaddouz