Simon Jentzsch is still injured so Mohamed Amsif will play in goal.
Gibril Sankoh and Sebastian Langkamp compete for a spot at centre-back.
In defensive midfield, Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker could start alongside Daniel Baier again, with Kevin Vogt switching to the right-back position, replaceing the injured Paul Verhaegh.
Ja-Cheol Koo and Knowledge Musona compete for the spot on the right wing.
Stuttgart have to get back on track, after a disappointing performance at Freiburg last weekend. Some of their players are not on the best of form at the moment, but manager Labbadia has very few options on the bench, especially in attack.
Augsburg are still bottom of the table with only seven points from thirteen matches so far. A draw against Gladbach was a decent result last weekend and the team needs to improve further to finally get more points on the board.
Expect Stuttgart to try dominate possession at home and Augsburg to defend deep and wait for rare chances on the counter.
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