VfL Wolfsburg 4-6-0, Eintracht Frankfurt 2-7-1
12/11/20 2:30 pm
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VfL Wolfsburg is hosting Eintracht Frankfurt at Volkswagen Arena in round 11 in the German Bundesliga.
Wolfsburg is playing well at the moment, and they haven’t lost any of their last 9 games. Wolfsburg has won 4 of said 9 games, and they are in 5th place in the Bundesliga standings with 18 points, 16 scored goals, and 10 conceded goals. In their last Bundesliga game, Wolfsburg was playing against Koln on the road, and they were the better team with 61% of ball possession, 6 shots on goal, 8 corner kicks, 3 big chances created, and 82% of the correct passes. Wolfsburg was losing twice in this game, but they were able to come back every time. Despite being the better team in this game, Wolfsburg wasn’t able to win this match. The final score was 2-2. Weghorst has been Wolfsburg’s best player so far this season with 7 goals, while Arnold added 2 goals and 2 assists. Mehmedi, Steffen, and Malli are all injured for Wolfsburg. With 9 scored goals and 5 conceded goals in their last 3 games, Wolfsburg has been solid on both ends, but their defense will need to be better if they want to stay close to the Champions League spot.
Eintracht hasn’t won any of their last 9 games, but they have lost only 3 of those 9 games. Eintracht is now on a 3-game draw streak, while 5 of their last 6 games overall ended in a draw. Eintracht has scored at least 1 goal in their last 3 games, but they have conceded at least 1 goal in their last 23 games, and in every single one of their games so far this season. Eintracht is in 9th place with 13 points, 15 scored goals, and 17 conceded goals. Andre Silva has scored 7 goals for Eintracht so far this season, while Bas Dost added 3 goals. Kamada has added 4 assists. Ache and Willems are both injured for Eintracht. In their last Bundesliga game, Eintracht was hosting Borussia Dortmund, and they were decent with 42% of ball possession, 1 shot on goal, 6 corner kicks, 3 big chances created, and 72% of the correct passes. After leading 1-0 at half time, Eintracht was lucky they didn’t lose this game in the second half. The final score of this game was 1-1. The good news for Eintracht is that they are scoring goals consistently, which might be enough for them to stay close to the Europa League, but unless Eintracht improves their defense, they will not be playing in the Europa League next year.
Wolfsburg hasn’t won any of their last 3 home games against Eintracht, but we usually see goals in this matchup. Wolfsburg is still undefeated at home this season, while Eintracht hasn’t won any of their last 9 games, but they were solid on the road so far. I think Wolfsburg might win this one, but I will stick to goals here.