VfB Stuttgart trainer Sebastian Hoeneß sounded a tentative, yet firm enough, all clear when it came to lead-striker Serhou Guirassy's playing prospects in tomorrow night's DFB semi-final prospects at his Tuesday's presser.
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Hoeneß didn't wish to make any explicit guarantees, but cheerfully noted that one could act on the assumption that the 27-year-old would be available. The recently installed VfB gaffer - undefeated in five matches in charge of the Swabians - should have a full compliment of players to draw from. Hoeneß noted that defender Waldemar Anton had to sit out training with a stomach bug, but should be back fit by tomorrow night.
At a press conference held yesterday, Eintracht Frankfurt head-coach Oliver Glasner also had mostly positive news to report. The SGE trainer noted that, after missing out over the weekend against Augsburg, his lead-striker Randal Kolo Muani would likely be fit in time to face Stuttgart. Midfielder Djibril Sow is also on the road to a quick comeback. Longer term absentees Evan N'dicka and Jesper Lindstrøm may also feature.