RWE last came to a 0-0 draw against SC Wiedenbrück in 2000.

In the first leg, Rot-Weiss Essen scored the full number of points and celebrated a 2-0 win over Fortuna Düsseldorf II. A hint for the second leg?

In view of the good home statistics (7-2-2), Düsseldorf should compete confidently.

After playing 21 rounds, the home team already has 35 points, giving the team an excellent fifth place.

The full point yield jumped out for Fortuna only once in the last five games.

Essen takes the promotion relegation place with 51 points.

In the German champions of 1955, the old soccer adage that attacking wins games, defense wins championships.

With just twelve goals conceded, the guests provide the best defense in the Regionalliga West.

Quite a few teams in the league are now wondering what can be done against RWE (15-6-0).

Rot-Weiss Essen starts with a positive balance of 13 points from the last five games.


Fortuna Düsseldorf II should watch out for Essen's offensive division, which struck an average of more than twice per game.

A look at the numbers suggests an unequal duel.

RWE is better positioned in the table than Düsseldorf and is currently also in an extremely good shape.

This article was created automatically by our partner Retresco based on game data.