FC Schalke are unbeaten in two games – against Mönchengladbach and Wolfsburg that is not a matter of course. Nevertheless, the miners are still waiting for the first three. Union Berlin, the third-placed team in the Bundesliga, is now a guest.
The game begins on Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in the Veltins Arena. The pay-TV broadcaster WOW-Sky* broadcasts the game live.
Second division champions Schalke kept a clean sheet for the first time. If Simon Terodde had put at least one of the two missed penalties in the net, there would have been more against VfL Wolfsburg. The Knappen are now in 13th place in the table.
Meanwhile, Union Berlin is playing at the top again: the fact that the club from Berlin-Köpenick is now regularly in the top third of the table has become normal. After the victory at RB Leipzig, the Iron are in third place.
The impressive home win resulted from a stable defense and ice-cold counterattacks. Once again in focus: the striker Sheraldo Becker and access Jordan Siebatcheu, who together have seven scorer points.
Football fans can follow the match between FC Schalke and Union Berlin on the fourth day of the match on Saturday at WOW (Sky)*. The online streaming provider broadcasts the game live.
The live experience is available on Sky as a WOW Live Sport Ticket* (formerly Sky Supersport Ticket) from EUR 24.99 per month.
Sky begins coverage at 2:30 p.m. - an hour before kick-off.
With the new Sky WOW app, the broadcaster offers its subscribers the opportunity to follow the encounter live on mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.
Immediately after the final whistle, WELT subscribers can watch the Bundesliga highlights of all 306 games. The same applies to the summaries of all games in the 2nd division. The highlights of the relegation games are also included in the offer. You can follow the game in our Bundesliga live ticker beforehand.
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