3.Liga, Round 6

Wehen has withstood the first season test, as they defeated upstart RedBull and control the top. The win wasn’t undeserved, and Wehen never looked like losing.

Kiel is making the most of their good start, and defeated Burghausen to remain in a promotion spot. The Holsteiners have quite a bit to go, and opponents are sure to get tougher. Burghausen on the other hand has had a disastrous beginning, and are digging themselves deep.

Osnabrück and Münster were pre-season favorites, but haven’t really looked the part. Both striggled to “earn” a point against relegation candidates Stuttgarter Kikcers and Elversberg.

Heidenheim is back on track, and generally had a firm grip on Rostock. Captain Marc Schnatterer doubled penalties to give FCH the win. Hansa was largely disappointing, and after a good season start, they need to regroup
Strong performance by Duisburg, who may know be announcing that they’ve stabilized in the 3.liga and expect to contend. The Zebras were in full control at Erfurt, despite playing almost an hour down a man.

Halle continued their upswing with a key win at VfB Part II.

Total attendance this weekend 44,616 (avg 4,416), somewhat on the low side

 	
VfB Stuttgart II     -   Hallescher FC	        1:2 (0:0)      620
SpVgg Unterhaching   -   1. FC Saarbrücken	3:1 (1:0)    2,220
VfL Osnabrück	     -   Stuttgarter Kickers	2:2 (1:0)    8,098
SV Elversberg	     -   Preußen Münster	2:2 (1:0)      850
Holstein Kiel	     -   Wacker Burghausen	2:1 (2:1)    5,921
SV Wehen Wiesbaden   -   RasenBallsport Leipzig	2:1 (2:0)    4,122
Rot-Weiß Erfurt	     -   MSV Duisburg	        1:3 (0:2)    5,540
Chemnitzer FC	     -   Borussia Dortmund II	2:0 (0:0)    5,495
Jahn Regensburg	     -   SV Darmstadt 98	2:0 (1:0)    3,250
1. FC Heidenheim     -   Hansa Rostock	        2:0 (0:0)    8,500


 1  SV Wehen Wiesbaden	  	6    5 	1  0   14:5   +9    16 
 2  Holstein Kiel (N)	  	6    4 	2  0   12:3   +9    14
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 3  1. FC Heidenheim	  	6    4 	1  1   11:3   +8    13
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 4  VfL Osnabrück	  	6    3 	2  1    9:4   +5    11 
 5  MSV Duisburg (A)	  	6    3 	2  1    9:5   +4    11 
 6  RB Leipzig (N)	  	6    3 	2  1    9:6   +3    11 
 7  Hansa Rostock	  	6    3 	1  2    7:6   +1    10 
 8  Jahn Regensburg (A)	  	6    2 	2  2   10:10   0     8 
 9  Rot-Weiß Erfurt	  	6    2 	2  2    9:9    0     8 
10  Chemnitzer FC	  	6    2 	2  2    9:10  -1     8
11  SpVgg Unterhaching	  	6    2 	2  2    9:10  -1     8 
12  SV Darmstadt 98	  	6    2 	2  2    6:7   -1     8 
13  Preußen Münster	  	6    1 	4  1   11:11   0     7 
14  VfB Stuttgart II	  	6    2 	1  3    7:7    0     7 
15  Hallescher FC	  	6    2 	0  4    5:8   -3     6 
16  Borussia Dortmund II	6    2 	0  4    6:11  -5     6 
17  1. FC Saarbrücken	  	6    1 	1  4    5:12  -7     4
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18  SV Elversberg (N)	  	6    0 	3  3    4:9   -5     3 
19  Stuttgarter Kickers	  	6    0 	3  3    4:11  -7     3 
20  Wacker Burghausen	  	6    0 	1  5    4:13  -9     1


A = Absteiger just relegated 
N = Neuling just promoted

1st line: Promotion to 2.Liga
2nd line: Promotion Playoff with 2.Liga 16th place
3rd line: Relegation to Regionalliga

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