Berlins Trainer Sandro Schwarz

Hertha BSC can rely on Sandro Schwarz on the sidelines in the duel between the relegation candidates at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. The 44-year-old coach of the Berliners was absent during the week due to a gastrointestinal infection, but will be back on the sidelines in the Bundesliga game in Sinsheim on Saturday.

In addition to the offensive players Jean-Paul Boetius (shoulder injury), Chidera Ejuke (knee injury) and the long-term injured Kelian Nsona, the guests are also missing Marc Oliver Kempf (hip injury) and Marton Dardai (muscular problems). Schwarz brought in Agustín Rogel and Maximilian Mittelstädt.

Bottom of the table Hoffenheim can once again rely on defender Kevin Vogt, who was injured last. In addition, playmaker Christoph Baumgartner is back in the starting XI after the yellow card suspension. The Croatian World Cup bronze medalist Andrej Kramaric, who didn’t play at all in the defeat in Freiburg, also plays from the start.

Coach Pellegrino Matarazzo is threatened with the sixth loss in a row since taking office in February, a premature end for the Kraichgauers, who have not won in the upper house for 14 games. We are in results sport, and that has simply not been true for a long time – you have to address it so openly and honestly, said sports director Alexander Rosen before kick-off in the Sky interview: I’m going ahead, trying to goad. It’s about working on solutions in a team-oriented manner, evaluating developments.

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