Before the turn, the duel between HSV and Dynamo Dresden sounded like the big, wide football world. Both clubs were permanent guests in the European Cup competitions and have also achieved considerable success there. Among other things, the two opponents met in the 1974/75 season in the knockout stages of the UEFA Cup, as the Hamburg could prevail. Meanwhile, it is 25 years since Dynamo traveled the Elbe up to a football game at HSV. Most recently, this was the case in 1994 when the Hamburgers prevailed 2-1.
HSV vs Dresden Betting Prediction for Today
But let’s come to the current season, the first of the HSV in the second generosity. The direct resurgence is targeted and the next step will be on Monday with a threesome via Dynamo. Before the match between HSV and Dresden, the odds show the home side as a clear favorite. On a victory of the Hanseatic League betting odds of up to 1.65 are offered. A threesome would be enormously important for HSV, because the competition in the promotion race does not sleep. A victory is basically no alternative, to show that the other team can only hope for second and third place. Statistically, however, the HSV has already risen as good as already. Dynamo, however, is in the no-man’s-land of the table and probably can neither attack above this year nor be in danger of relegation. Twelfth place is a snapshot, which may not quite do justice to the quality of the Saxons. Overall, we think that in the match between the leaders HSV and Dresden, a prognosis on the home side is appropriate. Three points for Hannes Wolf and his kickers would be the next step in the direction of the Bundesliga and another small damper for Cologne, St. Pauli, Union and Co. The Anpiff for 21 Matchday in the 2nd Bundesliga between Hamburger SV and Dynamo Dresden takes place in Volksparkstadion on 11.02.2019 at 20:30 clock.
HSV – Statistics & Current Form
During the week there was only one topic at HSV, namely the upcoming change from Fiete Arp to Bayern. Whether 2019 or 2020, but not yet determined. Hannes Wolf did not want to let the trouble come to himself and his team, but rather prepare in peace and secret for the match against Dynamo Dresden. For the coach counts only the sporty success, everything else he skilfully hide. Under Wolf is the HSV still unbeaten at home, has scored ten points in the league in four games and is retired by defeating the Bundesliga club 1. FC Nuremberg also in the quarter-finals of the DFB Cup. Even though not everything looks sovereign at the moment, HSV is well on the way back to the Bundesliga. Especially if in the duel between HSV and Dresden the tip would go for a home win.
If the Hamburger can build on the performance of the cup game, then that should work fine. On Tuesday, the 1. FC Nuremberg was clearly dominated in the DFB Cup. Throughout the match, the second division allowed only one shot on goal. However, the Hanseatics did hard on the offensive. But in the middle of the second half fell the goal of the day. Berkay Öczan was the match winner with his first goal for HSV. Hannes Wolf would not be Hannes Wolf if he celebrated this success too long. He focuses directly on the next game in the second division. Quarterfinals in the DFB Cup may sound good, but the rise to the upper house is above all else. On this mission HSV will have to do without some important players on Monday. Gotoku Sakai will miss his red card in Bielefeld. For captain Aaron Hunt and Hee-Chang Hwang it still looks bad. After all, Pierre-Michel Lasogga and Gideon Jung should move back into the team. The starting eleven will therefore get a slightly different face than during the week in the Cup against Nuremberg.
Expected formation for HSV:
Pollersbeck – Vagnoman, van Drongelen, Jung, Douglas Santos – Mangala – Holtby, Narey, Jatta, Özcan – Lasogga – Coach: Wolf
Last matches of HSV:
- 05.02.2019 – HSV vs. Nuremberg 1: 0 (DFB Cup)
- 02.02.2019 – Bielefeld vs. HSV 2: 0 (2nd Bundesliga)
- 30.01.2019 – HSV vs. SV Sandhausen 2: 1 (2nd Bundesliga)
- 23.01.2019 – HSV vs. Midtjylland 5: 3 (Friendly Match)
- 18.01.2019 – HSV vs. Lugano 1: 0 (friendly)
Dresden – Statistics & Current Form
Every year, Dynamo Dresden takes a lot and mostly fails to live up to its own expectations. A blood boost was needed, but under Maik Walpurgis it does not look any different. Sometimes the dynamos deliver an intoxicating game and then you fall back into the old rut. Sometimes you can see both faces of Dresden even in a game, such as the home defeat against Bielefeld, when everything looked like a clear victory, the SGD in the end but still defeated 3: 4. So the Saxons are still waiting for the first point in this calendar year. Overall, the Dresdner collected in the last five second division games four bankruptcies. Thus, the season has already run and the last balance does not cause just in the match between HSV and Dresden to examine the odds on an away win. Currently, the Dresdner seem to be in such a phase again, in which apparently not much goes.
That’s how it was last weekend, when Maik Walpurgis and his kickers were guests in Heidenheim. Overall, it was a reasonably balanced game, but Dynamo was just too harmless in the attack.
So succeeded the FCH after 35 minutes already the goal of the day. It’s hard to say where the self-reliance of the Saxons came from during the last failures, but Niklas Kreuzer, whose father Oliver was a sports director for the Hamburgers for some time, makes it clear that it will not be a touristic excursion to the top. He wants to tear something under floodlights on Monday evening. Personally, it looks at least relatively good. At the moment, there are no failures in the extended root. That would mean that Maik Walpurgis could send a similar formation into the race, as in the last week in Heidenheim. Marginale changes are possible. For example, Patrick Ebert could be a candidate returning to the starting line-up in Hamburg.
Expected formation for Dresden:
Schubert – Gonther, Ballas, Müller – Benatelli, Nikolaou, Berko, Hamalainen, Atik – Kone, Atilgan – Coach: Walpurgis
Last matches of Dresden:
- 02.02.2019 – 1. FC Heidenheim vs. Dresden 1: 0 (2nd Bundesliga)
- 30.01.2019 – Dresden vs. Bielefeld 3: 4 (2nd Bundesliga)
- 25.01.2019 – Dresden vs. Dukla Prague 3: 2 (Friendly Match)
- 20.01.2019 – Grasshoppers vs. Dresden 0: 0 (friendly)
- 20.01.2019 – Dresden vs. Aarau 0: 1 (friendly)
HSV vs Dresden Direct Comparison & Statistics Highlights
Overall, there were only twelve games between HSV and Dresden until today. The direct comparison speaks to 5: 1 victories in six draws for the hamburger. Dresden only won once against HSV. The only victory of the Saxons dates from the year 1991, when both teams still played in the Bundesliga. At the time Dynamo won at home 3-0. Since then, HSV have won five games and three draws in eight games. The first leg in Dresden won the Hanseatic League by a goal from Hee-Chan Hwang 1-0.
HSV vs Dresden Football Betting Prediction
A victory for Dresden in twelve games against HSV is only the first balance, which does not speak just for the Saxons. Dresden has won only one victory in the last five games and has not scored in 2019 yet. The HSV, however, has brought under Hannes Wolf in the second division at home ten out of twelve possible points and also thrown the Bundesliga club Nuremberg from the cup. In the game between HSV and Dresden, the prediction is clearly in the direction of a home victory.
Key Facts – HSV vs Dresden tips
Dynamo Dresden is in the Volkspark for the first time in 25 years.
Under Hannes Wolf HSV has brought in four home games four wins and a draw.
Dresden has lost four of its last five games and is still waiting for the first point in 2019
The Dresdner will try to make it hard for the HSV, but we think that the individual class of the Hanseatic prevails, especially since one has also shown on Tuesday in the Cup that you as a team is even stronger, if you act in complete unity. We would therefore use the odds on a threesome of the hosts before the kick-off between HSV vs Dresden and bet on a victory of the Hamburg.
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