VfB Stuttgart will host Arminia Bielefeld on the 34th day of the Bundesliga promotion. Here you can follow the meeting in the live ticker.
Will VfB Stuttgart still make it into the Conference League? Will Arminia Bielefeld secure direct relegation in the Bundesliga? You can follow the clash between the Swabians and the promoted team on the 34th match day here in the live ticker.
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11 .: While things are going on here on both sides, the Bremer are already early behind in Gladbach, which of course would play into the cards of Bielefeld if it stayed that way.
8th.: Massimo! After a Chipp-Bass in the penalty area of the Ostwestfalen, Brunner cannot head the ball out consistently enough, but puts the leather directly on the foot of the ex-Bielefeld native Massimo, who is now firing the ball over goal with a volley. There is fire in here in the first few minutes!
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5 .: Stuttgart takes control of the game early on. Bielefeld only presses the home side from the height of the center line and thinks about narrowing the space for the dangerous Swabian offensive.
3 .: The home side’s midfielder is back quickly and can continue playing.
3 .: Karazor remains lying down after an aerial duel with toilets and the game is interrupted for the time being.
1.: And then the decision will kick off in Stuttgart!
Before start: The Stuttgart still have an account with the Arminia. In the first leg there was a juicy 3-0 defeat for the Swabians on the Alm, which was also Bielefeld’s highest win of the season. Today the Stuttgart could spoil the guests with a victory the relegation. In their own stadium, the Materrazzo-Elf were extremely strong in the second half of the season: VfB have won five of their eight home games since the start of the second half (one draw, two defeats).
Stuttgart against Bielefeld is only running live and in full today Sky. The pay TV broadcaster shows the game Sky Sport Bundesliga 5 – also via livestream Sky Go and Sky ticket. Marcus Lindemann will comment on the 90 minutes.