Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin Preview and Prediction | German Bundesliga 2022-23


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FACTS

When is Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin and what time does it start? Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin will take place on Saturday 27e August 2022 – 2:30 p.m. (UK)

Where is Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin To take place? Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin will take place at the VELTINS-Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Where can I get tickets for Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

Which chain is Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin United Kingdom ? Sky Sports have the rights to German Bundesliga games in the UK, so it’s worth checking their schedule for Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin

Where can I stream Schalke 04 vs Union Berlin in the UK? If televised on Sky Sports, Schalke 04 v Union Berlin can be streamed live on the Sky Go app

TEAM NEWS

SCHALKE 04

FORECAST XI (4-3-3): Schwolow; Brunner, Yoshida, Thiaw, Ouwejan; Krauss, Kral, Zalazar; Drexler, Terodde, Bulter

UNAVAILABLE:

QUESTIONABLE: Healthy (Fitness)

BERLIN UNION

FORECAST XI (3-4-1-2): Ronnow; Jaeckel, Knoche, Leite; Trimmel, Haberer, Khedira, Ryerson; Schäfer; Becker, Siebatcheu

UNAVAILABLE: Baumgartl (Fitness)

QUESTIONABLE:

THE PREDICTION

Two teams with contrasting forms face off in Gelsenkirchen as Schalke 04 welcome Union Berlin. The visitors are unbeaten in the Bundesliga so far, collecting seven points from a possible nine, while Schalke have only won two in comparison. Despite this, Schalke 04 can be happy to have ruled out Wolfsburg away from home last time out and as was the case against Borussia Mönchengladbach, the energy provided by the VELTINS-Arena crowd should give them a big boost. inch. Union however, are a solid team on the pitch and it won’t be easy for the hosts to fall apart. It’s likely that Union would be happy with a point here despite having a side well below them in the table taking into account the home advantage being in Schalke’s favor and it wouldn’t be surprising to see this one- It ended in a draw for what would be the third game in a row for Frank Kramer’s team.

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