Swabia versus Baden: while VfB Stuttgart narrowly escaped relegation in May, SC Freiburg qualified for the Europa League. The two clubs meet at the weekend.
The game begins at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday afternoon in the Mercedes-Benz Arena. The pay-TV broadcaster WOW (Sky)* broadcasts the game live.
At VfB Stuttgart they are annoyed about the missed away win at Werder Bremen: Oliver Burke's equalizer in added time threw the Stuttgart team back by two points, and the game ended shortly afterwards 2-2.
After two draws, Stuttgart slowly needs the first win in order not to slip back into the relegation battle. After all, according to media reports, top player Silas is about to have his contract extended.
As in the previous year, SC Freiburg had a good start to the season and is currently seventh in the table. The departures of Schlotterbeck and Demirović seem to be manageable: world champion Matthias Ginter has recently provided stability on the defensive and Michael Gregoritsch has already scored two goals. With a win against VfB, the Breisgauer could consolidate their position in the top half of the table.
Football fans can follow the match between VfB Stuttgart and SC Freiburg on the third matchday 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 reporting from Stuttgart at 3:15 p.m. - a quarter of 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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