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Bundesliga 2017/18 - Matchday 32 - 27-29th April, 2018

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Friday 27th April, 2018
Hoffenheim vs Hannover

Saturday 28th April, 2018
Bayern Munich vs Frankfurt
Schalke vs Gladbach
Hertha Berlin vs Augsburg
Freiburg vs Koln
Wolfsburg vs Hamburg
Leverkusen vs Stuttgart, 17.30

Sunday 29th April, 2018
Mainz vs Leipzig, 14.30
Werder Bremen vs Dortmund, 17.00

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Freiburg and Wolfsburg can secure safety away from automatic relegation should the latter beat Hamburg and the former beat Koln.
The writing is on the wall for Koln, who need to beat Freiburg otherwise they all but relegated
Mainz are in the same position as Freiburg/Wolfsburg in that a win for them secures safety for now.
Schalke will guarantee Champions League football next season 1) if Hoffenheim lose on Friday night or, regardless of that result, 2) they beat Gladbach on Saturday
Dortmund will also qualify for CL Football should Hoffenheim and Leipzig lose before they play, and they beat Bremen in the final game of the weekend. 
 

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Terrible mistake from Hannover's defender. Weak backpass doesn't reach the keeper, Gnabry intercepts and lays it for Kramaric. 1-0.

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11 minutes ago, Stan said:

Terrible mistake from Hannover's defender. Weak backpass doesn't reach the keeper, Gnabry intercepts and lays it for Kramaric. 1-0.

Sané, he's joining Schalke in summer xD 

1-1 meanwhile.

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Kramaric :x

Didn't play much for us but I miss him and what he could have been. 

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Our little energizer bunny just keeps on keepin on. Lewis Holtby, how I adore the hell outta you. 

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HSV really are unbelievable xD at this point, I'm almost sure they are going to get into the relegation playoff and win it again xD 

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Sad scenes in Köln... Came back from two goals down and Pizarro had a good chance to make it 3-2 for Köln, but unfortunately missed it and Freiburg scored the winner moments later :( Köln are now officially relegated.

 

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who decided that the referee wears black when Leipzig's away kit is quite dark anyway?

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Mainz 3-0!!

Huge victory over RB Leipzig. 

Takes them 3 points clear of 16th. 

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Keita is such a twat, haha.

Well done Mainz, get fucked RB :D 

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1 minute ago, nudge said:

Keita is such a twat, haha.

Well done Mainz, get fucked RB :D 

and now he's off :D.

Even more stupid behaviour!

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Pavlenka is such a great keeper. Hope we manage to keep him at the club. Same with Delaney.

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34 minutes ago, nudge said:

Pavlenka is such a great keeper. Hope we manage to keep him at the club. Same with Delaney.

I guess Wiedwald might be available :ph34r:

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4 minutes ago, Faithcore said:

I guess Wiedwald might be available :ph34r:

Still love him :x The thing with Wiedwald is, he needs a lot of trust and confidence to perform at his best, and he lacks consistency and is very susceptible to criticism. Once he makes a few mistakes and the team loses a few matches, his confidence is shot-down completely and he becomes even more error-prone and insecure, it's a vicious cycle... He's a bang average keeper altogether, but his heart is in the right place and I haven't often seen a player who identifies with the club like he does. Hope he finds himself a good club, maybe in 2. Liga, would be good for him and his career.

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37 minutes ago, nudge said:

Still love him :x The thing with Wiedwald is, he needs a lot of trust and confidence to perform at his best, and he lacks consistency and is very susceptible to criticism. Once he makes a few mistakes and the team loses a few matches, his confidence is shot-down completely and he becomes even more error-prone and insecure, it's a vicious cycle... He's a bang average keeper altogether, but his heart is in the right place and I haven't often seen a player who identifies with the club like he does. Hope he finds himself a good club, maybe in 2. Liga, would be good for him and his career.

That's very true.

He was great when he played for us and at that time he was not error-prone at all and that as a young keeper.

As you said. I hope he finds himself a decent club that trusts in his skills.

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didn't know this about Baku!

Great story. Saw his goal for Mainz and he looked so elated, almost as if he couldn't believe it. A German fairytale!

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9 minutes ago, Stan said:

didn't know this about Baku!

Great story. Saw his goal for Mainz and he looked so elated, almost as if he couldn't believe it. A German fairytale!

Also, another random fact - his nickname "Ridle" was given to him as a homage to Karl-Heinz Riedle :D 

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