The relegation could already be perfect on Sunday, but SpVgg Greuther Fürth wants to say goodbye to the Bundesliga with decency. “We’re going to Hoffenheim to win and score points, and that’s how we’re going to do it. We won’t give this weekend away,” said coach Stefan Leitl before the away game at TSG Hoffenheim on Sunday (5:30 p.m.).
The Fürther have five games before the end of the season ten points behind the relegation place. If the three relegation candidates Hertha BSC (17th/26th), Arminia Bielefeld (16th/26th) and VfB Stuttgart (15th/27th) win their games and lose the cloverleaf in Hoffenheim, the relegation is also mathematical Celebration. The promoted team has not scored a goal in four games.