🆚 FC Pinzgau Saalfelden v FC Kufstein
🏆 Regionalliga West 2023, Round 5
🏟️ 1508 SaalfeldenArena
🕖 May 6, 2023 (14:00 CET) 🇦🇹 (8:00am EDT) 🇺🇸
After the home draw against SVG Reichenau, the team of Markus Fürstaller starts in the fifth Westliga game the next attempt to finally fully write on. Even if one cannot draw personnel-wise from the full, the first large west league throw is to succeed in the 1508 SaalfeldenArena.
While the fight team of the FC Pinzgau Saalfelden provides at 2:00 kick-off for the start into the Super Saturday, followed by a duel of our very successful women’s team with the USC Eugendorf.
After the last five games and a goal ratio of 36:1, Sierra Cristiano’s team continues to hold at the point maximum of fifteen points. Captain Andrea Moser squad are thus hot on the heels of the leader SG Tennengau with a gap of three points.
At the end of an intense day of soccer, FC Pinzgau Saalfelden Juniors will play against SV Konkordiahütte-Tenneck at 6:30.
Kilian Schröcker and Felix Adjei have to take a break after their fifth yellow card against Kufstein. Michael Noggler and Joao Pedro are stricken, a decision on a deployment will be made at match time. David Rathgeb and David Hutter are still unfit for action against Kufstein, as is Niklas Mühlbacher, who has since moved to Vienna.
Markus Fürstaller: “It’s time for the first three points in the Westliga. Even though we don’t have the whole squad available at the moment, we still have a lot of quality in our ranks. Apart from the last two home games against Anif and Reichenau, we have always played very well at home. We now want to bring that to the pitch against Kufstein as well. The Tyroleans are very dangerous with standards, have a solid team and have a super mentality. We saw that recently in their nerve-racking comeback. I am very optimistic that we will see a strong performance from our team.”