Berlin (AP) – Almost all major players play today on the sixth day of the Bundesliga football game. It’s worth taking a closer look at these five Bundesliga heads:
1. FC Köln – Bayern Munich (3.30 pm / Sky)
OLIVER KAHN: The board member would certainly be happy with a victory for his Bavaria. The “Titan”, who played for Munich from 1994 to 2008, could also lose two single records. If Manuel Neuer didn’t concede a goal, it would be the 196th clear game – so far only Kahn has managed in the Bundesliga. Thomas Müller stands for his 260th victory with FC Bayern – Kahn’s club record.
Arminia Bielefeld – Borussia Dortmund (3.30 pm / Sky)
UWE NEUHAUS: Today there is a reunion with old friends for Uwe Neuhaus, coach of Arminia Bielefeld. Borussia Dortmund’s longtime assistant coach is a “superman”, BVB manager Michael Zorc said enthusiastically. “It will be a nice reunion”. Neuhaus was assistant coach at BVB from 1998 to 2004 and became German champion in 2002 together with Matthias Sammer. The 60-year-old plays for the first time as head coach in the Bundesliga against BVB.
Eintracht Frankfurt – Werder Bremen (3.30 pm / Sky)
ADI HÜTTER: Adi Hütter has been taking care of Eintracht Frankfurt for almost two and a half years, but before moving to the Main, the Austrian almost ended up on the Weser. A year ago, Hütter told Sky how he had turned down Werder Bremen as Bern’s coach. “I had a good chat with Frank Baumann, but it was not the right time for me, because I just wanted to finish my job in Bern,” Hütter emphasizes. Instead, Hütter moved to Frankfurt, where he reached the semi-finals of the Europa League in the spring of 2019.
FC Augsburg – FSV Mainz 05 (3.30pm / Sky)
FLORIAN NIEDERLECHNER: Mainz is just good for Florian Niederlechner. In June, the striker ended a four-month hiatus in goals against his former club. The 30-year-old is still waiting for his first Bundesliga goal this season. However, its use against FSV Mainz 05 is questionable due to stomach problems. His Icelandic attacking colleague Alfred Finnbogason is about to make his return after a thigh injury. The 31-year-old also did not score in this Bundesliga season.
Borussia Mönchengladbach – RB Leipzig (6.30pm / Sky)
MARCO ROSE: For Gladbach’s coach, the match is particularly attractive, not only for sporting reasons, but also because Leipzig is the birthplace of the 44-year-old, who also has a Red Bull history from Salzburg. Rose couldn’t change his zero-win streak against Saxony in the 1: 3 and 2: 2 preseason. Now he and his team were able to overthrow the championship leaders: “We are positively excited,” the coach said after the spectacular 2 -2 draw against Real Madrid in the Champions League.