• Heidenheim have won nine of their 15 home games this season.
  • Jahn Regensburg have lost seven of their 15 away games this season.
  • The hosts have kept clean sheets in 60% of their home matches.
  • The visitors have failed to score in 33% of their away matches.

Heidenheim have a strong home record

Heidenheim lost 2-1 away at Hannover last time out but remain 4th in the 2. Bundesliga table and could move into the top three with a win on Saturday. Jahn Regensburg made it five games without a defeat as they comfortably beat Darmstadt 3-0 at the Arena Regensburg, despite having Wekesser sent-off shortly before the hour mark.

Regensburg have enjoyed playing against Heidenheim over the years, winning each of the duos’ last four encounters, but Saturday’s hosts sit 9pts and eight places above Regensburg and have outplayed their guests in all departments so far this season. Heidenheim have picked up nine wins, four draws and just two defeats from their 15 home games this season and on their day, look like they can beat any of the 2. Bundesliga sides in their own backyard.

The visitors are without an away win since December

Jahn Regensburg have already lost seven times on the road, picking up five draws and just three wins, so you can see why we are predicting a home win for Heidenheim on Saturday. The hosts average 2.07 points per home game while their guests only average 0.93 points per away game and have a 47% loss ratio on the road.

Heidenheim have won 60% of their home matches and have kept clean sheets in 60% of their home games as well, securing a win-to-nil in 47% of the 15 matches played at the Voith-Arena. We’re predicting a win-to-nil for Heidenheim this weekend due to that excellent record of wins and clean sheets at home and have backed a final scoreline of 2-0.

Regensburg’s record against Heidenheim is poor

The visitors have conceded two goals in four of their last six league games and concede an average of 1.80 goals on the road, which ties in perfectly with our prediction for a 2-0 home win this Saturday. Both teams have scored in just 33% of Heidenheim’s home games with the hosts keeping clean sheets in three of their last five matches at the Voith-Arena.

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