Offbeat Palsson mission against St. Pauli questionable
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Before the home game against FC St. Pauli, SV Darmstadt 98 is concerned about Victor Palsson's mission. The Icelander has knee problems, as coach Markus Anfang said on Thursday.
Palsson had returned from an international trip with the Icelandic national team a week ago and had complained of knee pain afterwards. That's why he trained individually for the past few days and only returned to team training on Thursday. "We'll have to wait and see how the knee reacts to the strain," said Anfang.
Darmstadt has an English week ahead of their chest
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With a view to preparing for the game against Hamburg, the situation for Palsson is not ideal. You also have to take into account that the team has an English week ahead of their chests with the catch-up game against Osnabrück next Wednesday and the away game in Karlsruhe on the following Sunday, the coach said.
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Defensive formation like in the last competitive game?
Should go without Palsson at the beginning, the same defensive formation as in the last competitive game, the 3-2 in Nuremberg, could come up with the winning goal scorer Nicolai Rapp in the Palsson position in front of the defense. If Palsson would play, either Rapp would have to go to the bench. Or this would be withdrawn into central defense. Then one of the central defenders Immanuel Höhn or Lukas Mai would have to give way.
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Otherwise the beginning - as of Thursday - can fall back on all players except for Mathias Wittek. Wittek is continuing his rehab after his serious knee injury and is already doing some exercises on the pitch.
Well-being wishes to St. Paulis Burgstaller
The upcoming opponent St. Pauli has strengthened well. The team can "play really good football", has a high individual quality - despite the failure of attacker Guido Burgstaller. The 31-year-old Austrian probably sustained a vascular injury in the abdomen during the Hamburg game against his ex-club Nuremberg on Monday. He was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday night, has to undergo an operation and is out "until further notice". "Get well soon," said Anfang. "It's a shock at first when you hear something like that."
For the beginning itself, the game will be a premiere. After taking a break from last season and having played this season with Darmstadt in front of spectators, albeit limited, he now has to play in front of empty stands for the first time. SV Darmstadt 98 announced on Thursday morning that due to the high number of corona infections, no spectators were allowed to play against St. Pauli.
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