When the referee blows his whistle to get SV Werder Bremen’s game against FC Schalke 04 at the wohninvest WESERSTADION on Saturday night underway, every football fan in Germany will be watching. Following 104 meetings in the Bundesliga, the two traditional heavyweights will meet for the first time in the second tier this weekend. Even if the “Royal Blues” sit higher in the table than SVW, the Green-Whites can’t hide away, emphasised head coach Markus Anfang. “We ran 120km as a team against Nürnberg, which showed we can more than hold our own in intense games. That’s the basis, and the positive emotions we got from our last game can help us,” said Anfang, speaking in his press conference on Thursday.