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DKB HBL: THW Kiel “in form”, Rhein Neckar Lowen close to “win it again” after Hannover!

Championship race in Germany are now linked with only two names after Rhein Neckar Lowen beat TSV Hannover Burgdorf in away match 26:23 and in the same time, THW Kiel beat Fuchse Berlin 25:20.

THW Kiel: Landin (1.-46., 13 saves), Wolff (45.-60., 3 saves); Duvnjak (3), Firnhaber, Weinhold (2), Dissinger, Wiencek (1), Ekberg (2), Frend Öfors (5), Rahmel, Zarabec (1), Vujin (6/2), Bilyk (1), Nilsson (4), Santos (n.e.); Trainer: Gislason

Füchse Berlin: Heinevetter (1.-22., 31.-60., 7/1 saves), Genz (n.e.), Stochl (22.-30., 2 Paraden); Wiede (4), Elisson (3), Milde (1), Vukovic, Struck (2), Gojun, Lindberg (3/2), Zachrisson (2), Fäth (2), Schmidt (1), Reissky (1), Koch (1); Trainer: Petkovic

TSV Hannover-Burgdorf – Rhein-Neckar Löwen 23:26 (13:14)

Hannover: Semisch, Ziemer – Mortensen (6/3), Pevnov (1), Häfner (1), Böhm (8), Olsen (2), Brozovic (3), Christophersen, Kastening (2/1), Lehnhoff, Donker, Feiser, Thiele, Krone

Löwen: Palicka, Appelgren – Tollbring, Sigurdsson (4/1), Groetzki (2), Radivojevic, Schmid (8), Pekeler (2), Bliznac, Petersson, Reinkind (1), Mensah (7), Taleski, Baena, Ekdahl Du Rietz (2)

STANDINGS:

1. Rhein-Neckar 28 24 0 4 876:680 48

2. Flensburg-H. 29 22 2 5 856:730 46

3. Fuchse Berlin 28 20 3 5 805:728 43

4. SC Magdeburg 28 20 2 6 837:749 42

5. Kiel 29 20 1 8 842:732 41

6. Hannover-Burgdorf 29 19 3 7 813:766 41

7. MT Melsungen 28 15 3 10 775:728 33

8. Leipzig 29 15 3 11 755:730 33

9. Goppingen 29 10 7 12 774:791 27

10. HSG Wetzlar 28 11 3 14 734:727 25

11. Lemgo 28 9 7 12 720:773 25

12. Minden 28 7 8 13 741:793 22

13. Erlangen 28 6 7 15 686:765 19

14. Stuttgart 28 7 4 17 694:773 18

15. Gummersbach 29 7 0 22 730:827 14

16. N-Lubbecke 29 3 6 20 668:787 12

17. Huttenberg 28 3 6 19 693:817 12

18. Ludwigshafen 29 4 3 22 688:791 11

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