District league summit meeting in Uedem

The highlights of the weekend
You should keep an eye on these games

At the weekend there is again something for every football taste. District league table leader Viktoria Goch has to deal with an ailing boxer. The duel of the A-League top favorites increases in Uedem.

Viktoria Goch – SV cattle (Sunday, 3 p.m.) SV Rindern really hasn’t had it easy these weeks. Not only that the team coached by Christian Roeskens got off to a bad start after preparation with remarkable results in the friendlies had actually given hope that the “Zebras” were well prepared for the season. Now, after a meager record with just one point from five games, there is an additional burden that the program of the bottom of the table is currently tough. A week after the 2-0 defeat against GSV Moers, it’s on to table leader Viktoria Goch, who hasn’t shown any signs of weakness so far and is the only team in group four that still has a clean sheet. That’s how it should stay, although the Gocher coach Daniel Legs certainly didn’t miss an opportunity during training this week to warn his team against regarding the game against SV Rindern as a walk in the park.

TSV Weeze – Alemannia Pfalzdorf (Sunday, 3 p.m.) After the unforgettable happy ending on the last day of the previous season, the relegation battle around the Weezer August-Janssen Stadium should have been a taboo subject in the new season. But at the beginning of September, the blue and yellow were suddenly brought back to earth. The unfortunate 1:2 in the derby against Kevelaerer SV and the hefty 0:6 against the strong reserves of SV Straelen were poison for self-confidence. In the meantime, the relegation zone has the gymnastics and game club again. Before the duel with the newly promoted team from Pfalzdorf, who is currently tied on points, improvement is not necessarily in sight, since TSV trainer Marcel Kempkes has to improvise again and currently has to replace his usual offensive line. The outcome of the game is completely open, especially since Alemannia has lost all home games so far, but is still unbeaten abroad.

Uedemer SV – SV Sevelen (Sunday 3.15 p.m.) The undefeated leader of the district league A Kleve/Geldern welcomes the second in the table – more top game is not possible. As relegated from the district league, Uedemer SV has so far lived up to its role as favorites and is in first place with 19 points from seven games. And with 27 goals, he also has the most accurate offensive in the league. Ten different players have already entered the top scorer list. The guests from Koetherdyk, who failed to get promoted on the last day of the season, have scored 23 goals so far. Goal scorer Phillip Langer is responsible for eleven of them. Gradually the team is getting back to the form of the previous season. So tension is guaranteed.

SC Auwel-Holt – SV Grieth (Sunday, 3 p.m.) In the duel between the A-League table neighbors, the hosts with six points in 14th place, SV Grieth with one point less in 15th place, important points are at stake in the fight for relegation. Both teams have been able to leave the field as winners only once so far this season. On Sunday it’s about sending a signal against a direct rival in order to be able to play more freely in the coming weeks.

SGE Bedburg-Hau III – SV Schottheide-Frasselt (Sunday, 1 p.m.). In the basement duel in group one of the district league B Kleve/Geldern, the SGE III receives the tail light from Schottheide as table penultimate. Both teams got off to a stuttering start to the new season. Long-time coach Björn Mende’s SBU team, which has conceded a staggering 22 goals in the past three games, is in desperate need of finding their defensive stability again. After all, the guests sent a first sign of life last matchday when they got their first point against the A-League relegated SV Donsbrüggen. Coach Rolf Eschenbrucher’s team now wants to build on this so that they don’t immediately follow the music.