On 2 June and 6 June, the 2. Bundesliga Relegation will decide who from the match Wiesbaden – Bielefeld will play in the second division next season.
SV Wehen Wiesbaden – Arminia Bielefeld will take place on Friday, 2 June, at 20:45. The match will be played in the Brita Arena in Wiesbaden. The match can be seen live on Sky and Sat.1.
Here you can find all the information on the 2nd Bundesliga relegation first leg between Wiesbaden and Bielefeld: broadcast on TV and stream, time, possible line-ups as well as the starting position with betting odds.
Wiesbaden – Bielefeld: Broadcast & Time
When is Wehen – Bielefeld?
The first leg of the 2. Bundesliga relegation between Wiesbaden and Bielefeld takes place on Friday.
SV Wehen Wiesbaden – Arminia Bielefeld will take place on Friday, 2 June, at 20:45. The match will be played at the Brita Arena in Wiesbaden.
The relegation first leg of the 1st Bundesliga between Stuttgart and Hamburg will take place the day before on Thursday (01.06., 20:45 hrs )
Transmission: Who shows Wiesbaden – Bielefeld on TV and Stream?
The broadcasting rights for the 2nd Bundesliga are held by Sky. The channel also shows the relegation matches. In addition, the decisive games can also be seen on the free-TV channel Sat.1.
The 2nd Bundesliga Relegation and the Wiesbaden – Bielefeld broadcast will be shown on Friday evening on Sky Sport Top Event and on free-TV on Sat.1.
Away from this, viewers will also have the opportunity to watch the match on Sky Sport Bundesliga.
In addition, the match can be watched via Wiesbaden – Bielefeld Livestream. Both Sky and Sat.1 offer a corresponding stream.
This can be found on pay-TV at Sky Go or Wow or on the Sat.1 website and on ran.de.
Wehen – Bielefeld broadcast on Sat.1
On Sat.1. the Wehen – Bielefeld broadcast starts at 8:15 pm and therefore half an hour before kick-off.
The programme will be hosted by Matthias Opdenhövel. Markus Babbel will be the expert, while Wolff-Christoph Fuss will commentate on the match.
The broadcast on Sky also starts at 8:15 pm. During the 30 minutes, the Munich pay-TV channel will set the mood for the first leg of the 2nd Bundesliga relegation with in-depth analyses and interviews.
The possible Wiesbaden – Bielefeld line-ups
For Wehen Wiesbaden, Arthur Lyska, Max Reinthaler, Dominik Bauer and Thijmen Goppel are out.
For Arminia, Guilherme Ramos, Lukas Klünter and Masaya Okugawa are out.
Possible Wiesbaden line-up: Stritzel – Fechner, Gürleyen, Mrowca – Mockenhaupt, Heußer, Jacobsen, Rieble – Wurtz, Hollerbach – Prtajin
Possible Bielefeld line-up: Fraisl – Gebauer, Jäkel, Andrade, Oczipka – Vasiliadis, Prietl – Consbruch, Hack – Lasme, Klos
The starting position with betting odds
Before the first leg of the 2. Bundesliga relegation, the starting position speaks more in favour of the second division team Bielefeld.
The Wiesbaden – Bielefeld betting odds from top bookmaker Bet365 show that Arminia enter the pitch as favourites.
Based on the relegation statistics, this is plausible, however Bielefeld have only won one of their past five second division games.
However, SV Wehen Wiesbaden’s form has not been too good in recent weeks either.
Although the third-division club has picked up seven points from the last three games, there were two defeats in a row before that.
The last two matches between the two sides were in the 2. Bundesliga season 2019/20, with Bielefeld winning the first leg 5:2, while there was a 1:0 win at home.