Würzburger Kickers surprise Kaiserslautern in the last round, where they score a big 0:2 win away from home. It was the first home defeat for Kaiserslautern since January, and that fact told everything. It was the second win in a row for Wurzburger Kickers under the new coach Danny Schwartz, while in the third consecutive match they didn’t lose. Now they are three points away to go out from the relegation zone, while key players Toko and Strohdiek are available again. Braunschweig breaks the series of 5 matches without a loss at home, losing from Wehen by 1:2. Coach Michael Schiele was satisfied with the effort of his team and announces an offensive approach in this match to get back in the top 3 teams on the table.
The Kickers are clearly improved after the change on the bench and can give a hard fight to the “lions”, who need to return to victories, which is an opportunity to watch an open and efficient game.