Unique Fixed Matches

Unique Fixed Matches


Match: A. Lustenau – Altach

Pick: 2

Odds: 2.45   FT: 0:3 WON

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Unique Fixed Matches

Unique Fixed Matches

The biggest difference is the experience. Altach has not only been in the Bundesliga since 2014, the team also consists of players with Bundesliga experience. With warhorses like Nuhiu, Zwischenbrugger, Jäger, Haudum or Schreiner. At Lustenau, on the other hand, with the exception of captain Matthias Maak and ex-Altacher Anderson, neither players nor coach Markus Mader and sports coordinator Alex Schneider ( here in the bundesliga.at interview ) can draw on Bundesliga experience. In addition, the Lustenauer team is significantly younger. Average age of the last starting eleven: 24.2 years. At Altach it was 27.5 years. A massive difference.

The trainer

Speaking of coaches. Here, too, the approaches of the two teams are very different. While Lustenau, with Markus Mader, is relying on a Vorarlberg solution for the first time in professional football, Altach has landed a former world-class striker and world champion in Miroslav Klose. While it’s Klose’s first season as head coach, it’s Mader’s 16th – but only the first in the top division.

The squad
There are also massive differences. Altach will reduce its 31-man squad by quite a few players by the end of the transfer. In contrast, Lustenau’s squad of 23 players is a bit slim. A striker and some talent from cooperation club Clermont Foot is to be added here. “We put a lot of emphasis on the development of young players. We have a top cooperation with Core Sports and Clermont Foot. Altach doesn’t have anything like that.” Maak states. In return, he sees advantages for the opponent when it comes to the environment.

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