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Bundesliga | Arminia Bielefeld vs. Schalke: probable line-ups, match stats and LIVE blog!

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Schalke desperately need Matthew Hoppe, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, or both to get among the goals if they're to avoid being relegated at Arminia Bielefeld on Tuesday (kick-off: 7.30pm BST).
Frank Kramer's steadying of the ship has helped lift Bielefeld a point clear of the relegation play-off spot going into the promoted club's final five fixtures of the regular season. Arminia have lost only two of seven matches since the 48-year-old was installed as head coach, and extended their unbeaten run to three with Saturday's goalless draw at Augsburg. A third win of the Kramer tenure could have huge ramifications for their top-flight survival bid, although 16th-placed Hertha Berlin will have three games in hand when they come out of a coronavrius-enforced team quarantine at the end of April. Depending on midweek results, Bielefeld could put up to seven points between themselves and the automatic drop zone. Personnel-wise, Andreas Voglsammer is on standby for striker and captain Fabian Klos, who is carrying a knock. Midfielder Arne Maier could return after missing the Augsburg stalemate with an abdominal complaint.

Schalke's winless run ends with 1-0 win over Augsburg

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Schalke's winless run ends with 1-0 win over Augsburg
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Schalke's winless run ends with 1-0 win over Augsburg.(Credit: DPA). Image Source: IANS News
Berlin, April 12 : An early goal by Suat Serdar put an end to Schalke's 12-game run of winless Bundesliga matches and secured the team their first win since January.
In the direct relegation clash, Mainz secured a late 3-2 win at Cologne to move two points above the drop zone.
Birthday boy Serdar's goal in the fourth minute, Schalke's first at home in six games, was enough to secure a 1-0 triumph over Augsburg on Sunday, DPA reported.

Bundesliga | Bayer Leverkusen vs. Schalke: probable line-ups, match stats and LIVE blog!

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Interim Leverkusen coach Hannes Wolf made six changes for his first time in charge of the club since taking the reins from Peter Bosz. The hosts had the better of the possession to start the Wolf era, but the best chance of the game fell Huntelaar's way in his first start since returning for Schalke. He was on the end of Mehmet Aydin's cross to the near post but headed over the bar in front of Lukas Hradecky from just a couple of yards out. Leverkusen remained on top and the first goal under Wolf came just 26 minutes in. Kerem Demirbay's first touch took him past Aydin and into the Schalke area and his low cross was put home on the slide by Alario. Chances were few and far between for the remainder of the first half, with Leverkusen not allowing Schalke to work a way back into the game before the break.

Bundesliga | Schalke vs. Borussia Mönchengladbach: probable line-ups, match stats and LIVE blog!

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0-3Rönnow (o.g. 72')
Desperate to snap their seven-game winless streak since beating Borussia Dortmund - the team their head coach Marco Rose will join in the summer - Gladbach began with greater intent than their hosts, taking the lead on 15 minutes. Marcus Thuram just about kept the ball in play as he charged to the byline, and when William scuffed his clearance, skipper Stindl was on hard to rifle an unstoppable effort into the top corner. Schalke coach Dimitrios Grammozis made a tactical tweak by replacing William with Bastian Oczipka, and his side briefly steadied the ship, but Gladbach should really have added to their lead before half-time. However, Alassane Plea couldn't get on the end of Lainer's inviting cross, while Thuram and Florian Neuhaus both hit wide of the mark. The Royal Blues might even have equalised on 41 minutes after a good break, but Kerim Calhanoglu's fierce effort was well saved by Yann Sommer.

Bundesliga | Bundesliga 2020/21 relegation run-in: fixtures, form and key men

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Goal difference: -14
Remaining fixtures: Union Berlin (a), Borussia Mönchengladbach (h), Mainz (a), Freiburg (h), Schalke (a), Arminia Bielefeld (h), Cologne (h), Hoffenheim (a)
Hertha's remaining games show just how crucial the final weeks of the season will be and that this year's relegation battle is set to go to the wire. They have visits to Mainz and Schalke, as well as home outings against Arminia Bielefeld and Cologne spread out across four of their final six fixtures. With just two wins in their last 12 (D2, L8), Pal Dardai will know the importance of improving that run as soon as possible before showdowns with their nearest rivals.

Bundesliga: Schalke thrashed in Wolfsburg as Ralf Rangnick links cause confusion | Sports| German football and major international sports news | DW

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Bundesliga: Schalke thrashed in Wolfsburg as Ralf Rangnick links cause confusion
Schalke's miserable season continued on Saturday with another heavy defeat. Ahead of the loss to Wolfsburg, reports that Ralf Rangnick could be set to return as sporting director caused controversy within the club.
Shkodran Mustafi scores an own goal to begin a miserable afternoon for him and Schalke
Wolfsburg 5-0 Schalke, 
(Mustafi o.g. 31', Weghorst 51', Baku 58', Brekalo 64', Philipp 79')
Such is the chaos that has once again engulfed Schalke this weekend that Shkodran Mustafi's miserable afternoon in Wolfsburg will likely slip under the radar.
With half an hour played, the World Cup winning former Arsenal defender inadvertently headed teammate Malick Thiaw's attempted clearance past his own goalkeeper to put Wolfsburg ahead.

Bundesliga in 10 games: Bayern and Leipzig fight for title, Dortmund battle for Europe, Schalke down

Bundesliga in 10 games: Bayern and Leipzig fight for title, Dortmund battle for Europe, Schalke down
'Unpredictable' Leipzig a serious title challenger to Bayern (1:03)
Derek Rae says Leipzig's clash vs. Bayern Munich on April 3 could be a Bundesliga title decider. (1:03)
1. Bayern Munich | 55 points: What a strange season this has been for the
Rekordmeister as they shoot for nine league titles in a row. Their shooting hasn't been the problem: Robert Lewandowski is on his way to breaking Gerd Muller's record of 40 goals for a single season and as a team (71 goals) they score on average once every 5.5 attempts, which is staggeringly efficient. Defending remains the question mark for Hansi Flick's team: This is Bayern's most generous campaign at the back in nearly 30 years, having given up 34. But if you can give Dortmund a two-goal lead inside nine minutes (as they did during the recent

Bundesliga | Wolfsburg vs. Schalke: probable line-ups, match stats and LIVE blog!

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Despite having their nine-match unbeaten run ended last week at Hoffenheim, Wolfsburg began proceedings in a fearless manner. Ridle Baku was filling in at left-back with Paulo Otavio suspended, and most of the Wolves' attacking play came down the right or through the middle as a result. Weghorst had the game's first chance with his shot deflecting behind off Malick Thiaw, before Josuha Guilavogui headed in from the resulting corner. The offside flag was raised on the far side, however, the ball having gone in off Admir Mehmedi, who was in an offside position. Maximilian Arnold fired a shot over as Wolfsburg continued to stamp their authority on the game, but Schalke were defending well until a nightmare moment for the Royal Blues' defence opened the scoring. A pass played towards Mehmedi in the Schalke area was blocked by Thiaw into the path of Shkodran Mustafi, who sent a header back towards goal from close range intended for Frederik Rönnow. The Schalke goalkeeper was out of position, though, and the ball bounced into the net. Weghorst and Guilavogui fired wide before the break with Wolfsburg in a commanding position, despite not forcing a single save from Rönnow.

Struggling Schalke held at home by Mainz on Grammozis' debut

Berlin (AFP) – Bundesliga bottom side Schalke were held to a goalless draw at home to fellow strugglers Mainz on Friday as the hosts’ new coach Dimitrios Grammozis earned a point in his first game.
Grammozis was named Schalke’s fifth head coach this season on Tuesday and his contract until June 2022.
However, the second season of that deal looks likely to be in the second division unless he can turn results around.
This is his first coaching job in the Bundesliga.
The 42-year-old Greek-German now has ten games left to bridge the eight-point gap needed to get Schalke off the bottom and out of the relegation places.

Bundesliga: Dimitrios Grammozis′ Schalke debut reveals stark truth | Sports| German football and major international sports news | DW

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Bundesliga: Dimitrios Grammozis' Schalke debut reveals stark truth
Dimitrios Grammozis' first game as Schalke head coach was not a memorable one. The club's fifth coach of the season has hardly been in the job long, but is already facing the real possiblity of relegation.
Dimitrios Grammozis made his debut as Schalke head coach
Schalke 0-0 Mainz,
Unsurprisingly the game between the two worst teams in the Bundesliga was high on intensity and low on quality. Both sides desperately spent most of the encounter trying to be better than their current form, but were continually reminded of their shortcomings in key moments.

Bundesliga | Schalke vs. Mainz: probable line-ups, match stats and LIVE blog!

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Schalke remain rooted to the foot of the Bundesliga table, eight points adrift of Mainz in the relegation play-off spot, after the two sides played out a goalless draw at the Veltins-Arena.
Dimitrios Grammozis handed 18-year-old Kerim Calhanoglu his Bundesliga debut at left-back, but the new Schalke head coach's preparations were rocked by an injury in the warm-up to influential playmaker Amine Harit. A devilish corner from his replacement, Can Bozdogan, provided a rare spot of Schalke excitement in the first half, but Shkodran Mustafi's point-blank header was beaten away by Robin Zentner. Mainz found more joy in the final third as Leandro Barreiro toe-poked a low Danny Da Costa cross narrowly wide and Adam Szalai shot wide on the turn. The ex-Schalke striker was presented with a glorious opening to break the deadlock on the stroke of half-time, but failed to make contact with Moussa Niakhate's ball into the box.

Bundesliga | Dimitrios Grammozis named new Schalke head coach

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Dimitrios Grammozis has succeeded Christian Gross as Schalke head coach on deal through to summer 2022.

Labour of love - new boss Grammozis committed to keeping Schalke up

Labour of love - new boss Grammozis committed to keeping Schalke up

Schalke hires Dimitrios Grammozis as 5th coach of season

Schalke hires Dimitrios Grammozis as 5th coach of season
March 2, 2021 GMT
GELSENKIRCHEN, Germany (AP) — Schalke hired the relatively unknown Dimitrios Grammozis as its fifth coach of a turbulent season on Tuesday.
The 42-year-old Grammozis — a former midfielder with 143 Bundesliga appearances for Hamburger SV, Kaiserslautern and Cologne — signed a contract through June 2022, the Gelsenkirchen-based club said in a statement.
The German-born Greek coach takes over a team almost certainly heading for the second division. Schalke is last in the Bundesliga with just one win from 23 rounds so far. It is nine points from safety with 11 rounds remaining.
“We are convinced that we have found the right coach in Dimitrios Grammozis for the last third of the season,” Peter Knäbel said in his new role as sporting director.

Relegation-threatened Schalke still trying to find a way out of crisis - World News

2021-03-01 13:36:02 GMT2021-03-01 21:36:02(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
By Oliver Trust
BERLIN, March 1 (Xinhua) -- If they are to avoid relegation, then struggling Schalke 04 will need a miracle after having won just one of their 23 league games. Now nine points adrift of safety, things look bleak for the Bundesliga club.
The club's future is also far from rosy after the biggest clear-out in the league's history with head-coach Christian Gross, technical director Sascha Riether, and general director Jochen Schneider being sacked. Other exits were the assistant coach and a fitness coach.
Fans fear their club could follow the fatal examples of other prominent German football clubs like 1966 German Champion 1860 Munich and the 1998 league championship winner FC Kaiserslautern. Both disappeared to the lower leagues after financial crash landings.

Schalke already down and out? - Xinhua | English.news.cn

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Editor: huaxia
By Oliver Trust
BERLIN, Dec. 20 (Xinhua) -- Faith continues to wane amongst Schalke 04 fans after their club has now gone 29 league games without a win.
Frustration was further increased by new coach Huub Stevens' failure to come up with a miracle in his first match back in charge.
With over a third of the season gone, Schalke is seven points from safety and on course for relegation after 36 seasons in Germany's top tier.
67-year-old club legend Stevens, seen as Schalke's last hope, lost the first of two games as stop-gap coach after Manuel Baum's sacking.
The struggling Royal Blues are closing in fast on the Bundesliga record, set by Tasmania Berlin 1965/66, of going 31 matches without a win.

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