Match Time: 12/8/2019 20:30 Sunday（GMT+8）
Jahn Regensburg’s Marcel Correia returned from his one-match suspension to a seat on the bench against Karlsruhe after Tim Knipping’s strong showing in his absence the week prior.Johannes Flum, Daniel Buballa, and Christian Conteh have been training individually but are not yet fit enough to rejoin team training.
Injured/unavailable: Oliver Hein (shoulder), Andreas Geipl
Doubtful: Youba Diarra
Injured/unavailable: Christopher Avevor (broken leg), Ih-yeong Park (shoulder), Svend Brodersen (collarbone), Christopher Buchtmann (knee), Christian Conteh, Johannes Flum, Matt Penney, Dimitrios Diamantakos, Daniel Buballa
MAIN PREDICTION: HOME WIN
Jahn Regensburg’s 4-1 loss at Karlsruhe ended a seven-match unbeaten run in league action. The four goals conceded were a season high for Mersad Selimbegovic’s squad. Jahn Regensburg have slipped to eighth in the table.
St. Pauli continues to struggle with injuries and the results show it. Jos Luhukay’s club fell 1-0 at home to Hannover Saturday for their fourth loss in six league matches. St. Pauli is now winless in their last seven league matches, dropping them to 15th in the table, ahead of Nurnberg in the relegation spot only by goal-differential.
Jahn Regensburg’s two home losses in the league came against Bielefeld and Stuttgart. St. Pauli has yet to register an away win. Jahn Regensburg is the easy pick here.
SECOND PREDICTION: HILO - HIGH
Jahn Regensburg have scored 15 and conceded 13 in their seven home league matches to date. Six of those home matches have featured at least four goals. There should be plenty of scoring here.
The road team has never won in the six-match series between these two clubs. Jahn Regensburg and St. Pauli have each won twice at home against the other. Last season, St. Pauli won 4-3 at home after splitting 1-1 at Jahn Regensburg.