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19:00 Botev Plovdiv – Vereya 1
Round 12 of the Bulgarian First League offers another clash between Plovdiv and Stara Zagora, this time Botev vs Vereya. Beroe and Lokomotiv Plovdiv opened the round on Friday night while a few days later Botev and Vereya will wrap it up with a match facing two clubs, which are keen to strengthen their top-six positioning. Contrary to all expectations Vereya does extremely well and the small (as it comes to fan-base) club from Stara Zagora holds a better position than many other top-six pretenders such as Botev and Lokomotiv Plovdiv, Beroe, Cherno More, Slavia. Despite all financial issues Ilian Iliev’s side boasts with 20 points won out of 11 rounds and takes the fourth position, remaining on four points behind third-placed Levski Sofia. Botev Plovdiv accomplished a massive victory on Thursday night when “The Canaries” won 5:0 vs Septemvri Sofia in a postponed match from game week 4. Brazilian striker Fernando Viana has scored four goals in that game and this made him the eighth Botev player who has four goals in a single match, as well as the third-ever foreigner who scores four times in a given First League game. Furthermore, Botev achieved such an impressive result when playmaker Todor Nedelev was partially rested after international commitment, but however Botev scored four goals after Nedelev came on the field in the 54th minute. This time Nedelev should be involved from the outset and his presence alongside other dangerous names like Daudet N’Dongala, captain Lachezar Baltanov, Felipe Brisola and the aforementioned Viana will present the biggest threat for Vereya’s defense. Vereya will cover the small distance to Komatevo, a neighbourhood in suburbs of Plovdiv, with Selim Ben Djemia back in the group. Tunisian central defender has been sent-off during a win in Blagoevgrad (1:2 vs Pirin) and missed out last round’s draw vs Slavia Sofia at home, just before the break. With Ben Djemia back in defense as a centre-back partner of Miroslav Enchev, Ilian Iliev will play out his intention to rotate the squad and will choose all main players used so far in the campaign. Out of action are injured defenders Ivo Ivanov, Kostadin Slaev, defensive midfielder Ousmane Balde, as well as both wingers Iliyan Yordanov and Erkebulan Nurgaliyev. Botev seems to be one of the teams in-form and considering Vereya’s results throughout the season, there is no chance an experienced coach like Nikolay Kirov to let his players underestimate the situation. It’s true that Botev are far from stable at the back (conceded 18 times in 11 games), but their attacking display is quite impressive and produced 15 goals in the last four competitive outings they had. Possible starting XI: Botev Plovdiv: Ivan Cvorovic – Yordan Minev, Plamen Dimov, Radoslav Terziev, Tsvetomir Panov – Serkan Yusein – Daudet N’Dongala, Felipe Brisola, Lachezar Baltanov, Todor Nedelev – Fernando Viana. (4-1-4-1) FK Vereya Stara Zagora: Georgi Argilashki – Iliya Munin, Miroslav Enchev, Selim Ben Djemia, Zdravko Iliev – Ventsislav Bengyuzov, Yanislav Ivanov – Mehdi Fennouche, Georgi Andonov, Salim Kerkar – Valeri Domovchiyski. (4-2-3-1)
20:30 Darmstadt – Nurnberg BTS
Darmstadt hosts Nurnberg in round 10 of the Bundesliga II. In a highly unpredictable league any team can be a winner today so I stick with goals. They have come often for both teams this season. Both teams are also a promotion contender even before the season started so they are kinda on track. Some better performances are desired but only 3 points separate them from the last play – off place. Never the less some consistency wouldn`t hurt. Darmstadt is placed 8`th in the league with 15 points while Nurnberg is 7`th with 16 points. Darmstadt has so far been more convincing at home while Nurnberg has been more convincing on the road. It makes a premise for a thriling game today. Both teams are looking quite sharp in front of goal. At least it was the case before the break. Darmstadt has 12:8 at home in 5 matches while Nurnberg has 11:5 in 4 away matches. It is an average of 4 goals. Darmstadt lately has been really sloppy in defense though as the most recent matches ended 3:3 with Dresden and 4:3 with Arminia. Nurnberg on the other hand was very convincing and won over Furth 1:3 and Duisburg 1:6. Before that they lost to Erzgebirge Aue 3:1. All away. For today the host have some worries with the lineup as the captain Sulu(def.9-3) and midfielder Kempe(mid.9-3) are questionable while the first keeper Heuer will miss the match. Nurnberg will miss the defender Margreiter(6-0) with some other long term injuries. This match smells like goals.