ST. PAULI HELD 2-2 BY REGENSBURG
FC St. Pauli failed in their bid to secure a second home win of the season against SSV Jahn Regensburg on Sunday afternoon. The Boys in Brown quickly found themselves 2-0 down to goals by Marco Grüttner (21') and Sargis Adamyan (24') but levelled before the break through Lasse Sobiech (40') and Sami Allagui (45'). Olaf Janßen's side had more of the chances in the second half but were unable find a winner.
THAT ECSTASY THING – BOYS IN BROWN HOST REGENSBURG
SSV Jahn Regensburg provide the opposition at the Millerntor on Sunday (1330 CET). The third meeting between the two clubs. Nevertheless, this pairing automatically brings to mind one of the most legendary matches to take place at the Millerntor, at least in the last ten years. This weekend, however, most supporters would be happy to settle for a "bog standard" win.
JANSSEN: "REGENSBURG AREN'T YOUR USUAL PROMOTED SIDE
The international break is over, the games against Union and Odense have been analysed, and now another home game is finally upon us! SSV Jahn Regensburg are the visitors on Sunday (1330 CET). At today's press conference Olaf Janßen touched on the injury situation and the strengths of our forthcoming opponents.
JAHN REGENSBURG FACT FILE
Following the third international break of the season and the 3-1 friendly win over Odense BK the Boys in Brown return to second division action on Sunday (kick-off: 1330 CET) when SSV Jahn Regensburg visit the Millerntor. As usual, we've run the rule over the promoted outfit and pulled together a few facts and figures.
BOYS IN BROWN SECURE FRIENDLY WIN OVER ODENSE
Olaf Janßen fielded two separate teams as FC St. Pauli beat Danish first-division outfit Odense BK 3-1 in a friendly on Friday evening. Aziz Bouhaddouz struck twice before the break and Sami Allagui added a third just before the end. Jóan Edmundsson was on target for the visitors.
FRIENDLY AGAINST ODENSE - JANSSEN DEMANDS GREATER GOAL THREAT
Olaf Janßen's side complete a busy week of training by entertaining Odense BK in a friendly on Friday evening (kick-off: 1900 CET). After a winless run of four games in the league, the Boys in Brown will want to secure a confidence-boosting victory over the Danish first division outfit.
DATES FOR ROUNDS 17 TO 22 FIXED – MONDAY NIGHT HOME GAMES AGAINST BOCHUM AND NÜRNBERG
The German Football League (DFL) announced the kick-off times for Rounds 17 to 22 on Tuesday lunchtime. In the final two games before Christmas the Boys in Brown entertain MSV Duisburg on Sunday,10 December (1330 CET) and VfL Bochum on Monday, 18 December (2030 CET). After the winter break Olaf Janßen's side travel to Dynamo Dresden on Thursday, 25 January (2030 CET) before SV Darmstadt 98 come to the Millerntor on Sunday, 28 January (1330 CET). A trip to FC Heidenheim follows on Saturday, 3 February (1300 CET) before FC Nürnberg provide the opposition for another Monday night home game on 12 February (2030 CET).