⚽ D. Szoboszlai (38), ⚽ E. Forsberg (46), ⚽ D. Szoboszlai (52), ⚽ A. Silva (Pen. 65)
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RB Leipzig coach Jesse Marsch has underlined that Marcel Sabitzer is ready to feature in Friday's Bundesliga clash with Stuttgart.
|Marcel Sabitzer.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche|
Marcel Sabitzer is fit and available for RB Leipzig's Friday night clash with VfB Stuttgart in the Bundesliga.
Speaking at the pre-match press conference, RB Leipzig coach Jesse Marsch said that the Austrian international is ready to play despite the uncertainty surrounding his future at the club and his recent injury struggles.
"'Sabi' will be ready," underlined Marsch when asked about Sabitzer's availability.
"I've had many positive conversations with him, and he's an important player here."
Sabitzer came on during the second half as Leipzig feel to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Mainz in their Bundesliga opener last Friday.
In addition, Marsch will be able to count of the services of Yussuf Poulsen for the first time this season while Alexander Sørloth, Benjamn Henrichs and Marcel Halstenberg are out.
|4||Willi Orban ↩76|
|8||Amadou Haidara ↩68|
|17||Dominik Szoboszlai ⚽⚽ ↩69|
|10||Emil Forsberg (C) ⚽|
|18||Christopher Nkunku ↩82|
|33||André Silva ⚽ ↩69|
|9||Yussuf Poulsen ↪82|
|11||Hwang Hee-Chan ↪69|
|22||Nordi Mukiele ↪76|
|7||Marcel Sabitzer ↪68|
|27||Konrad Laimer ↪69|
|5||Konstantinos Mavropanos ↩84|
|21||Phillipp Klement ↩73|
|3||Wataru Endo (C)|
|20||Philipp Förster ↩81|
|31||Mateo Klimowicz ↩73|
|18||Hamadi Al Ghaddioui ↩46|
|9||Sasa Kalajdzic ↪73|
|15||Pascal Stenzel ↪84|
|8||Enzo Millot ↪73|
|10||Daniel Didavi ↪46|
|11||Erik Thommy ↪81|
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