Will Werder score landmark goal?

20.09.2012, 16:38:31 Uhr

Will Werder Bremen and Niclas Füllkrug, here in a challenge against Cristian Molinaro, score a landmark goal against VfB Stuttgart?
The 92nd North-South classic between Werder Bremen and VfB Stuttgart will take place on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at Weser Stadium. Stuttgart have struggled at the start of the season with just one point and a 1-7 goal differential from the first three matches. That represents 17th place on the current table and the second-worst season start in club history. The Green-Whites meanwhile are looking for their second victory of the season in their second home match following their win over Hamburg. WERDER.DE collected all the interesting facts you should know about the second home match of the season.

Did you know that ...

... that Werder could achieve a landmark goal against VfB Stuttgart? Werder have scored 99 goals at home in the Bundesliga against Stuttgart. Bremen found the back of the net at least once in the last 21 Bundesliga home matches against Stuttgart (44 goals in total). Werder's last home match versus Stuttgart without a goal dates back to May 1991 - a 1-0 defeat. Will Werder score the 100th goal at home against Stuttgart on Sunday?

... that Werder are undefeated against Stuttgart at home in the last five matches? Bremen have collected three victories and two draws. Stuttgart's last win in Bremen came in September 2006 when they reversed a two-goal Werder lead in a 3-2 victory.

... that a flood of goals have been scored in the last 12 Bundesliga matches between these teams? In those games, 54 goals were tallied for an average of 4.5 scores per game. All told, the Green-Whites have scored 156 goals in 92 Bundesliga contests against Stuttgart - more than against any other club in the Bundesliga.

... that Stuttgart head coach Bruno Labbadia played for Werder for two years? Labbadia wore the Green-Whites kit from February 2006 to May 2008. Another Stuttgart team member with a Bremen past is Martin Harnik, who scored one goal in 17 Bundesliga matches from August 2007 to May 2009.

... that Werder manager Klaus Allofs's final Bundesliga match came against VfB Stuttgart? The now 55-year-old played on the 34th game day of the 1992-93 season - securing Bremen's third German championship crown on that day.

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