austria cup


Weiz last season played in Landesliga (4th league), now will play in regionalliga. And they are in problems for thsi game

WAC is Bundesliga team, they are on the end of preseason, their league starts next week (2 weeks earlier from regionalliga) and they are serious in this game

for Weiz:
“A new captain against the Bundesliga That’s really bitter, just before the big Cup Showdown against Bundesliga club WAC Markus Durlacher moved in a test game to a shoulder dislocation and could only be treated under general anesthesia. The team leader thus falls out on Friday – as well as replacement captain Rupert Hopfer, who is on vacation. The loop will therefore take over goalkeeper Sascha Harrer. “The WAC is the clear favorite, but we want our skin to sell as dearly as possible,” says Weiz coach Uwe Hölzl. “It’s nice when you get so attractive lot in the cup.” Behind the use of Christian Friedl is still a question mark. The defensive man suffered in May a scaphoid fracture”

hockey today

Straubing Tigers – Dusseldorf 1 @ 1,8

I would choose home win no matter hosts are not in form. After 5 loosing games they finaly won and must keep winning, specially when play home with definitly wotrst team in league (less points than all, scored at least goals and recive most). Also they loose last 9 games

Home team have suspended Andy Canzanello (D 30gp, 4g, 10ass) and Dustin Whitecotton (F 20gp, 4ass)

DEG our: Marian Bazany (D 20gp, 1ass), Marco Habermann (F 11gp, 1g), Stroder Manuel (F 22gp, 3g), Bernhard Ebner (D 32gp, 3g, 11ass), Tino Boos (F, 2gp), Michael catenacci (F 2/0) and Colin Long

EBEL, Graz 99ers – Vienna Capitals

derby. Vienna have injuries and this tight scedulle could be problem for them (5 games in 10 days). last one they loose 4-0 against Medvescak. Out are:

Ferland (18gp, 6g, 6ass), Seidl (F 16gp, 6g, 1ass), Romano (F, 24gp, 7g, 10ass), Fischer (F, 12gp), P. Lakos (D, 33gp, 1g, 6ass). only good news is Gratton

(30gp, 11g, 23ass)could be back, For Graz just Kevin Moderer (F, 29gp, 2g, 2ass) out

EBEL, Liwest Linz – Klagenfurt

Kac with few injuries


DEL; Nurnberg Ice Tigers – Grizzly Wolfsburg

Nurnberg without Kaufmann (F 11gp, 4g, 3ass) and Buzas (F 14gp, 2g, 2ass)

Wolfsburg without injured: Alexander Polaczek (F 28gp, 4g, 9ass), Mercier (F 14gp, 0g, 1ass), Danner (F, 4gp), Fischer, Köttstorfer (D 7gp, 1g) and Mayer (F 30gp, 3g, 5ass)

DEL, Munchen – Hamburg Freezers

Munchen without Aubin (F 16gp, 1g, 3ass) and their both NHL players Wheeler (F 16gp, 6g, 13ass), Stastny (F 12gp, 7g, 11ass)

KHL, SKA St. Petersburg – Slovan Bratislava

quality on home side, no missing woes (back is last one Maksim Afinogenov). Slovan played 4 draws in regular time last 4 games, cannot it always. Now some players missing and SKA with Ilya Kovalchuk should won this easier


Zlín is decorated with a good defense, but now the mowing injury

The fact that it is on the second rung Zlín continuous table has merit especially precise Beranů defense. In statistics obrdržených Zlín goals are third best in the league for Slavia and Pilsen. In addition, currently has good form the team that managed to win four of the last five games. Another advantage is that the opponent that his outdoor rinks permanently successful.

Aries gets defensive but lately blow after blow. In the last encounter with Chomutov which, although Zlín won, lost two straight Beka stable. Figure in the hospital Hamrlík Martin and Martin Matějíček, even before the duel was injured also Oldrich Horak. Young talent Patrick Urbanec is also at the Junior World Championships in Russia Ufa. “In this constellation we were happy with the point,” suggested the club web Zlin coach Rostislav Vlach.

Europa league

 Mura – Arsenal Kijev preview  

Mura lost the first match in Kiev 3:0, but Uefa decided a result 3:0 for them, because Eric Matoukoua (Arsenal’s palyer which scored 3rd goal) couldnt play that game becouse of suspension.. Arsenal wanna convincigly won and come into next round. Rich chairman said he will give 100 000 dolars for each scored goal. Mura with full squad (very young), they are without Florescu, Khomin, Rafael, Lampi, Matoukou

Drakovič, Majer, Kramar, Cipot, E. Janža, Bohar, Maruško, Horvat, Kouter, Jelič, Fajić

Pankiv, Leandro, Simonenko, Gitchenko, Polevoy, Maksimov, Shakhov, Kovpak, Kobakhidze, Shatskikh, Mazilu

  Slaven Belupo v Athletic Bilbao preview  

The Croats missed a good chance to keep this tie alive as they were beaten 3-1 by what looked like Athletic’s second string side, so they clearly face an uphill task in the return leg.

Slaven Belupo finished last league campaign in 3rd place, just two points behind Hajduk Split and with the Croatian giants now much weaker than last term, it is team from Koprivnica that are now considered the best side in the top flight after Dinamo Zagreb.

Coach Roy Ferencina has managed to create a very homogenous unit that enjoyed a really good start to the season, with 6-0 and 4-2 Europa Leaguevictories over Portadown followed by two league wins.

The Pharmacists were beaten by Split at the weekend, and with Mario Gregurina still sidelined through injury, the hosts don’t have much to hope for before the clash with Athletic. Only good new is they will full their small stadium and Davor Vugrinec, key players (but in years now) is back for this game, he is league topscorer of all time.

Probable starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Rodic – Puric, Grgic, Bubnjic, Pilipovic – Canadjija, Kokalovic – Glavica, Rak, Delic – Busic.

Athletic Bilbao enjoyed a very promising season last term, although defeats in Europa League and Copa del Rey finals left a bad taste in the mouth.

The club chiefs somehow managed to persuade El Loco Bielsa to remain at the helm, while all key players stayed at San Mames despite heavy interest from abroad.

The Europa League clash against Slaven came at a bad time as Athletic were without several important players, but the back-ups did a great job to record a 3-1 win and make their job easier in the return leg.

Ander Herrera and Iker Muniain have since resumed training after returning from the 2012 Olympics, but Javi Martinez was allowed few more days to rest and he is out of contention for this game. Munian is doubtful for starting line up

New signing Aritz Aduriz has recovered from a hamstring injury and he could start, but Ion Aurtenetxe and Fernando Amorebieta remain sidelined. Fernando Llorente is likely to be left on the bench after expressing his desire to leave the club.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Iraizoz – Iraola, Ekiza, San Jose, De Marcos – Herrera, Iturraspe, Inigo Perez – Ibai Gomez, Aduriz, Muniain.

  Aalesund – APOEL Nicozija  

Artificial    turf

  Marseille v Eskisehirspor  preview  

Marseille gained the upper hand of the tie by holding the Turkish side to1-1 draw in the first leg, but Eskisehirspor will give their best to make life difficult for their opponents in the return leg.

The French giants are coming on the back of one of the most disappointing seasons in their recent history, given that the team that had been tipped to fight for the title finished the league campaign in 10th place, 34 points behind champions Montpellier.

OM qualified for Europa League by winning the Coupe de la Ligue, but they were far from impressive in the first leg against Eskisehirspor, although they did miss several important players.

The squad have suffered virtually no changes apart from the fact that Elie Baup replaced Didier Deschamps, but the big problem is that a number of high-profile players is expected to leave this summer.

Loic Remy, Souleyman Diawara and Leyti N’Diaye remain sidelined, but Alou Diarra and Cesar Azpilicueta are back in contention.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Mandanda – Azpilicueta, M’Bia, N’Kulou, Morel – Valbuena, Diarra, Cheyrou – Amalfitano, Gignac, A. Ayew.

Following the 12-year absence from Turkey’s top flight, Eskisehirspor gained promotion to the Super Lig in 2008 and they have been on the constant uptrend ever since.

The team finished last league campaign in 5th place to ensure their first ever European qualification, but were very unfortunate to be drawn alongside Marseille.

The Turks, nonetheless, played well against their more illustrious opponents and earned a 1-1 draw that leaves them some hope before the return leg in France.

Former Borussia Dortmund full-back Dede, former Fulham striker Diomansy Kamara and experienced defender Servet Cetin are expected to help their younger teammates in this high-profile clash that will be played at Stade Parsemain in Fos sur Mer since Velodrome is undergoing reconstruction work.

Sezgin Coskun misses out through injury, whereas striker Batuhan Karadeniz is out of contention after clashing with coach Ersun Yanal.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-2-1): Boffin – Veysel, Servet Cetin, Diego, Dede – Tello, Hurriyet, Alper – Erkan, Malecki – Kamara.

  PAOK – Bnei Yehuda  preview  

PAOK miss: Stafyllidis, Garcia, Jacobo, Reginaldo

Line ups: 

Glykos, Etto, Khumalo, Katsikas, Lino, Fotakis, Lazar, Robert, Georgiadis, Giannou, Athanasiadis

Aiyenugba, Azoz, Hadad, G. Cohen, Ivaškevičius, Edri, Nachum, Menashe, Marinković, Galvan, Ndlovu

Vitesse v Anzhi  

Vitesse miss: Van der Struijk (?), Büttner
Line up: Velthuizen, Yasuda, Kašija, Kalas, Van Aanholt, Van Ginkel, Van der Heijden, Cziommer, Ibarra, Bony, Reis

Anzhi miss: Traore, Žirkov
Line up: V. Gabulov – Logashov, Samba, Tagirbekov, Gadzhibekov – Boussoufa, Jucilei, G. Gabulov, Shatov – Eto’o, Smolov

 Inter  v Hajduk  

Line ups

Handanović, Jonathan, Samuel, Ranocchia, Silvestre, Zanetti, Mudingayi, Guarin, Sneijder, Milito, Palacio

Blažević, Vršajević, Milović, Maloča, Jozinović, Andrijašević, Radošević, Caktaš, Oremuš, Luštica, Vukušić

  missing   players

AIK Stocholm without: 


Elfsborg without:

Stefan Larsson  (DF, 9 Ap/0 Gl)
Skuli Jon Fridgeirsson (DF, 4 Ap/0 Gl)
Martin Andersson (DF, 0 Ap/0 Gl)
Marcus Rohdén  (MF, 10 Ap/0 Gl)
Amadou Jawo  (FW, 12 Ap/2 Gl)

Joachim Jörgensen (MF, 15 Ap/0 Gl)

Servette without:

Christopher Mfuyi  (DF, 3 Ap/0 Gl, 225 Min)
Patrik Baumann  (DF, 0 Ap/0 Gl, 0 Min)
Issaga Diallo  (DF, 0 Ap/0 Gl, 0 Min)
Christian Schlauri  (DF, 0 Ap/0 Gl, 0 Min)
Genserix Kusunga (DF, 0 Ap/0 Gl, 0 Min)
Kevin Mbabu (DF, 0 Ap/0 Gl, 0 Min)
Geoffrey Tréand  (MF, 1 Ap/0 Gl, 90 Min)
Silva Eudi (FW, 1 Ap/0 Gl, 73 Min)
Julian Esteban (FW, 0 Ap/0 Gl, 0 Min)
Samir Ramizi (FW, 0 Ap/0 Gl, 0 Min)

Christopher Routis (DF, 1 Ap/0 Gl, 90 Min)

Omonia without:

Efrem (mf 28/6)




Crvena Zvezda without:

Marko Dmitrović (GK)
Aleksandar Kirovski (GK, 1/0)
Veljko Simić (MF)
Marko Vešović (MF, 23/1)
Vukan Savićević (MF)
Stefan Čikić (MF)
Eduardo de Fiori Mendes Cadu (MF, 23/11)
Eli Babalj (FW)

KRC Genk without:

Grzegorz Sandomierski (GK)
Torben Joneleit (DF)
Jeroen Simaeys (DF, 29/2 last seson)
Abel Masquero (DF)
Ajub Masika (MF, 1/0, 6/0 last sea)
David Hubert (MF, 14/1 last sea)
Stef Peeters (MF)
Bennard Kumordzi (MF)
Siebe Schrijvers (FW)
Leandro Trossard (FW)
Bright Edomwonyi (FW)

Twente without:

Sander Boschker  (GK, 8 Ap/0 Gl)
Rasmus Bengtsson (DF, 13 Ap/0 Gl)
Nils Röseler (DF, 8 Ap/0 Gl)
Nicky Kuiper  (DF, 6 Ap/0 Gl)
Tim Breukers (DF)
Denny Landzaat (MF, 16 Ap/0 Gl)
Andrej Rendla (FW, 2 Ap/0 Gl)
Luc Castaignos (FW)

Rapid without: 


Apoel Nicozia without:

Ailton (21/4)

Austria Bundesliga

Austria Vienna

man. : P. Stöger
Slovenia D. Vrsic (Olimpija) – 01 July 2012
Austria P. Stöger (man., Magna WN) – 01 July 2012
Austria D. Tadic (Magna WN) – 01 July 2012
Austria P. Salomon (Lustenau, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Slovakia P. Hlinka (Magna WN) – 01 July 2012
Austria F. Klein (Salzburg, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Liendl (WAC St. Andrä, 0 €) – 06 June 2012
Austria I. Vastic (man., Free) – 21 May 2012
Magna Wiener Neustadt

man. :
Austria D. Offenbacher (BW Linz, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Austria C. Freitag (FC Lustenau) – 01 July 2012
Austria D. Tadic (Austria Vienna) – 01 July 2012
Austria S. Rakowitz (Hartberg) – 01 July 2012
Slovakia P. Hlinka (Austria Vienna) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Berger () – 01 July 2012
Austria D. Mimm (FC Lustenau) – 01 July 2012
Austria T. Fröschl (LASK Linz, L.) – 01 July 2012
Argentina F. A. Troyansky (Team für Wien) – 13 July 2012
Austria T. Helly (Hartberg, L.) – 13 July 2012
Austria E. Salkic (Team für Wien) – 10 July 2012
Austria S. Ciftci (Sturm Graz) – 06 July 2012
Austria C. Tvrdy (Sollenau) – 06 July 2012
Austria C. Saurer (Rapid Vienne, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Austria P. Stöger (man., Austria Vienna) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Lindner (Blau-Weiss Linz) – 01 July 2012
Germany W. Evseev (Hannover 96 B) – 01 July 2012
Austria A. Schicker (Ried, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Madl (Sturm Graz) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Reiter (Ried, 0 €) – 01 June 2012

man. : F. Lederer
Romania F. Lovin (Kapfenberger) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Prietl (Hartberg) – 01 July 2012
Hungary R. Waltner (Kaposvári Rákóczi) – 07 July 2012
Austria D. Schartner (Grödig, L.) – 01 July 2012
Croatia I. Parlov (Apollon Limassol, 0 €) – 26 June 2012
Rapid Vienne

man. : P. Schöttel
Austria C. Saurer (Magna WN, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Ildiz (Innsbruck, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
United States T. Boyd (Dortmund B) – 11 June 2012
Austria C. Saurer (Innsbruck) – 02 July 2012
Austria C. Thonhofer (Wolfsberg) – 01 July 2012
Austria J. Patocka (Lustenau) – 01 July 2012
Kosovo A. Nuhiu (Eskisehirspor, L.) – 04 June 2012
Austria R. Gartler (Ried) – 01 June 2012
Red Bull Salzburg

man. : R. Schmidt
Austria S. Ebner (Anif) – 01 July 2012
Austria R. Zia (Anif) – 01 July 2012
Austria S. Sommer (Anif) – 01 July 2012
Austria F. Klein (Austria Vienna, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Austria C. Dibon (Trenkwalder) – 01 July 2012
Uruguay J. Boghossian (Nacional, B.L.) – 30 June 2012
Germany R. Schmidt (man., Paderborn) – 24 June 2012
Brazil Leonardo (NAC Breda, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Netherlands R. Moniz (man., Free) – 12 June 2012

man. : H. Fuchsbichler
Austria M. Grössinger (Vöcklamarkt) – 01 July 2012
Austria A. Schicker (Magna WN, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Austria C. Walch (Dresden, 0 €) – 21 June 2012
Austria H. Fuchsbichler (man., Al Wadha) – 01 June 2012
Austria R. Gartler (Rapid Vienne) – 01 June 2012
Austria M. Reiter (Magna WN, 0 €) – 01 June 2012
Austria G. Schweitzer (man., Free) – 01 July 2012
Austria D. Beichler (Hertha, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Austria S. Lexa (Grödig) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Beer (Gratkorn, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
Sturm Graz

man. : P. Hyballa
Germany R. Sukuta-Pasu (Kaiserslautern, L.) – 08 July 2012
Austria S. Ciftci (Magna WN) – 06 July 2012
Austria L. Kaufmann (LASK Linz) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Madl (Magna WN) – 01 July 2012
Germany J. Focher (Dortmund, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Austria R. Okotie (FC Nürnberg, 0 €) – 29 June 2012
Montenegro N. Vujadinovic (Udinese B) – 24 June 2012
Germany P. Hyballa (man., Free) – 14 May 2012
Croatia S. Cavlina (Inter Zapresic) – 20 July 2012
Austria D. Pürcher (Kapfenberger) – 01 July 2012
Austria T. Burgstaller (Kapfenberger) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Weinberger (Kapfenberger) – 01 July 2012
Germany S. Foda (Hartberg) – 01 July 2012
Austria R. Okotie (FC Nürnberg, B.L.) – 28 June 2012
Georgia G. Popkhadze (Baku) – 22 June 2012
Germany T. Kristl (man., Sturm Graz) – 15 May 2012
Trenkwalder Admira

man. : D. Kühbauer
Austria T. Schick (Altach) – 01 July 2012
Austria C. Dibon (Salzburg) – 01 July 2012
Czech Republic M. Zeman (Sparta B, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
WAC St. Andrä

man. : N. Bjeliça
Austria M. Knaller (Kaiserslautern) – 12 June 2012
Spain D. De Paula (UD Logroñes, 0 €) – 08 June 2012
Spain R. Rivera (Free, 0 €) – 06 June 2012
Austria M. Liendl (Austria Vienna, 0 €) – 06 June 2012
Spain R. Rivera (Wolfsberg) – 01 July 2012
Austria D. Micic (Kapfenberger, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Wacker Innsbruck

man. : W. Kogler
Austria C. Saurer (Rapid Vienne) – 02 July 2012
Austria C. Schilling (Grazer AK) – 01 July 2012
Brazil Marcelo (Bangu) – 01 July 2012
Austria S. Piesinger (BW Linz) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Perktold (First Vienna) – 01 July 2012
Austria M. Ildiz (Rapid, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Austria G. Harding (LASK) – 01 July 2012