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Hamburg have one chance of preserving their proud record of never having been relegated from the Bundesliga when they face Schalke on Saturday, and their coach Bruno Labbadia is convinced they will take it.

The northern Germany side need to beat the Royal Blues and then hope that either Stuttgart lose or there is a winner in the clash between Hannover and Freiburg, and Labbadia is convinced his team will keep their side of the bargain.

``We've got a realistic chance and we'll do all we can to take...

Hamburg hope for safety with six clubs in Bundesliga final day relegation fight

Freiburg recorded their first win against Bayern Munich in 19 years, while Wolfsburg netted two goals to defeat Dortmund at home.
Freiburg's Bundesliga survival hopes received a significant boost as they beat Bayern Munich 2-1 on Saturday, while Borussia Monchengladbach secured their spot in next season's UEFA Champions League.

Hamburg goalkeeper Rene Adler has admitted the club's fate is "no longer in our hands" as they bid to avoid relegation from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history.

Six clubs could still be relegated from the German top flight going into the final round of fixtures on Saturday.

Hamburg, the only club to have played in all 52 seasons of the Bundesliga, need three points in their match against Schalke -- but even a win might not be enough to avoid the drop.

With 90 minutes of football left...

 By PA Sport

Survival out of Hamburg's hands after defeat to Stuttgart

Ivica Olic and Pierre-Michel Lasogga show their disappointment as Hamburg succumb to a defeat to Stuttgart.

Hamburg are on the brink of a first ever relegation from the Bundesliga after a 2-1 defeat at Stuttgart left them no longer in control of their own destiny at the bottom of the table.

After 52 years of uninterrupted permanence in the top flight of German football, the northern Germany club now need to rely on others if they are to avoid the drop for the very first time.

"Of course we are hugely disappointed, particularly when you see the other results today," coach Bruno Labbadia said. "Now we've...

VfB Stuttgart 2-1 Hamburg SV

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Stuttgart climbed off the foot of the Bundesliga and leap-frogged Hamburg in the standings with a 2-1 win over their relegation rivals at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.

Gojko Kacar gave Hamburg the lead, but Christian Gentner and Martin Harnik cancelled that out to earn the Swabians a thoroughly deserved win which, for the first time in months, took them out of the relegation zone.

Hamburg slipped into the bottom two, on the other hand, with the fate of both sides to be determined on the final day of the...