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Mar 3, 2023
Status: 03/02/2023 11:05 a.m Only one win from the last ten games, most recently three defeats in a row: second division soccer team Eintracht Braunschweig is currently teetering on relegation. The data analysis reveals numerous parameters that coach Michael Schiele could turn. The biggest, however, is the game system. by Matthew Heidrich There is frustration at Braunschweig and especially at his coach. After the recent 3-1 defeat in Düsseldorf, Schiele had to muzzle himself so as not to offend his team too much. “I don’t say everything that’s on my mind,” explained the 44-year-old and shook himself when describing the first goal conceded after 48 seconds. “We’re not focused on a throw-in and in the center.” Wiebe and Decarli are out longer Poor concentration on the part of individual players is one of the problems in the 15th place in the table, who on Sunday (1.30 p.m., in the NDR Livecenter) will receive their direct pursuer Bielefeld in the Eintracht Stadium – without midfielder Danilo Wiebe (fractured tibial plateau) and central defender Saulo Decarli (torn muscle fiber in the left calf). The general orientation on the pitch is the other. “The opponents tell us that you have to be present where you prevent goals and where you have to score goals more effectively.” Eintracht coach Michael Schiele “We have to defend better as soon as possible – more aggressively, more unconditionally in order to get points,” said Schiele, who did not express the reverse conclusion – the threatening transition to third division. But this horror scenario is in the room. Probability of relegation at 47 percent The GSN data analysis currently puts Eintracht’s relegation probability at 47 percent. It also reveals the current problems of Braunschweig, but also provides tactical solutions. Being uncomfortable, sticking needles and succeeding with counterattacks – that’s what Schiele’s “Lions” are supposed to be. But they are only partially. The Eintracht team does not stand out in a league comparison because of its particularly robust gait, nor because of its excellent running work: In terms of intensity (percentage of fouls in duels), Eintracht is 13th in the league comparison and eleventh in terms of the number of duels. An average of 112.21 kilometers running per game is also below average, as are 647.45 intensive runs (13th place in each case). Supposed counter strength is none at all After all: With almost 217 sprints per game, the “lions” are in fourth place. Do Pherai and Co. hide the tactical shortcomings of the team as a whole? The fact is that team pressing is currently below average, so that the Lower Saxony only wins 7.41 balls per game in the opposing half (rank 17). Further information The most important questions and answers about the cooperation between NDR and GSN. more With almost 16 counterattacks per game, the Schiele-Elf have the most in the league, but only complete 2.55 (16 percent) of them – 13th place. The “Lions” do not bring their supposed strength to the finish line. The ball, my enemy In an orderly game with the ball, which Braunschweig hardly has (40 percent ball possession, 17th place), even less is possible. Lower Saxony recorded the fewest passes (263.91) and successful campaigns (480.68). And also the second fewest positional attacks (52.59) from the running game. It all boils down to poor final positions and a mere 10 percent chance of scoring per shot (17th place). This means that there is no flower pot to be won in the second division. The system question arises All in all, there are a lot of adjustments that Schiele has to make. With one of the big ones, the game system, a different twist would probably be the most promising solution. Away from the 3-5-2 tactic, towards a 4-2-3-1, also with slightly changed personnel in the starting XI. A classic back four would better protect the flanks defensively, especially if Niko Kijewski and Nathan de Medina occupy the outside positions. With Robin Krausse and Jannis Nikolaou, two aggressive clear-cut midfielders could appear in the system in order to keep the back of Immanuel Pherai, who is then positioned as a classic playmaker, free. Manuel Wintzheimer as a striker with pressing qualities would fit in there. Hot March is coming Who dares Wins? In any case, the “Lions” don’t have much to lose anymore and time is pressing, even if it’s only the 23rd matchday. After Bielefeld we go to 1. FC Nürnberg, who also have to look down rather than up. The derby on March 19 in their own stadium against Hannover 96 rounds off the hot, trend-setting March for Eintracht. If Schiele and Co. are still shaking their heads after these three games, the time may have come for completely different corrections. Further information 72 games in a season or almost 100 minutes on average per game on the pitch: the NDR data analysis shows that the stress at the top level is immense. more The three northern clubs have made good use of the transfer window. The data analysis also shows whether Hanover, Kiel and Rostock would have followed their example better. more This topic in the program: sports club | 05.03.2023 | 10:50 p.m
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