Wetzlar is currently three points ahead of the relegation zone, but Wetzlar’s direct pursuer Minden has played one game less. In this respect, the match against already relegated Hamm-Westfalen is of the utmost importance for the hosts. The Bosnian coach Jasmin Camdzic who was actually the sporting director, took over the reins of HSG Wetzlar after the second sacking of the coach this season in April. Hamm-Westfalen is simply terrible without a single point away from home (0-0-14) and lost by 4 or more goals in 13 from these 14 matches. Due to injury, Greek international and one of the top scorers Savvas Savvas is out of the squad. HSG Wetzlar won 2 from the last 4 games and will be highly motivated in front of 3,000 spectators at Buderus Arena to take an important win. .