“We haven’t put our pursuit of the top six aside,” said TSV coach Markus Schopp. From the Wattener Lager, Silberberger said: “We can do a lot of things right this week, but we can also make sure that it gets really tight again.”
Both teams recently without a win
The re was no sense of achievement over here or over there last weekend. Hartberg achieved a 1: 1 against Ried, the WSG were defeated at home in St. Pölten with 0: 1. Schopp struggled with a good game by his team that remained unrewarded. “If you look at the performance of my team, you can see that they are very ambitious to achieve incredible things again,” commented the 47-year-old since Monday. As in the previous year – when they even secured a European Cup starting place – the Hartbergers want to aim high again.
Tipico Bundesliga, 16th round
Tuesday, 6.30 p.m .:
Hartberg – WSG Tirol
Hartberg: Swete – Kainz, Rotter, Luckeneder, Klem – Heil, Nimaga – Horvath, Rep, Flecker – Tadic
WSG Tirol: Oswald – Koch, Gugganig, Behounek, Schnegg – Rogelj, Petsos, Celic, Rieder – Anselm, Baden Frederiksen
The most recently injured offensive man Rajko Rep should be back on Tuesday, and left-back Christian Klem should be fit again.
WSG attack currently sparse
The Slovenian will pause even longer with a torn muscle fiber. After Kelvin Yeboah’s departure to Sturm Graz, the attack with the two 20-year-old Nikolai Baden Frederiksen and Tobias Anselm is currently sparsely occupied. Against St. Pölten, central defender Bruno Soares acted as a center forward in the finish.
The fact that nothing remained after the 2: 4 against Salzburg meant that the WSG suffered two defeats in a row for the first time this season. Silberberger located an overly high “ego thought” in his players, saw “a collective total dropout”. In Hartberg, the team should present itself differently. “My players know that.
The y are looking to make amends. ”