Although the third place in the table for Hamburger SV after a win in the last second division season on Sunday (3:30 p.m./Sky) with Hansa Rostock, coach Tim Walter has banished all the thoughts of the two relegation games from his head.
“I only think of our job in Rostock, where we have to do our homework first,” said the coach on Friday. The coach is not interested at all whether it would be about the Bundesliga promotion on May 19 and 23.
The HSV could, provided its own victory, also rise directly if Nordrival Werder Bremen was to lose his home game against Jahn Regensburg at the same time.
The ungrateful and worthless rank, which the Hanseates have already taken in the past three years, would also be conceivable. This would be the case if the fourth -placed SV Darmstadt 98 was to score more points against SC Paderborn on Sunday than the Hamburgers in Rostock.