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Wolfsburg – Dortmund Prediction Prediction and Tips for today

Wolfsburg – Dortmund Prediction Prediction and Tips for today, November 8, 2022

Kick-off: 18:30 Wolfsburg – Dortmund
Tip: Over 2.5 Goals
Odds: 1.72
Bookmaker: Bet365
Match Result: 2:0 LOST

Wolfsburg – Dortmund Prediction Prediction and PREVIEW

  • Niko Kovač’s Wolfsburg made it six games unbeaten in the Bundesliga after putting both Mainz and Bochum to the sword by a combined 7-0 scoreline in the last two rounds to move them away from the drop zone. Something has clearly clicked for the resurgent Wolves as a 15 goal return from their last six league games (W3, D3) dwarfs the five-goal haul from the previous seven.
  • The home faithful will be hoping for yet another dominant performance from their beloved Wolfsburg here as they bid to further strengthen their run of eight unbeaten home games across the last nine (W4, D4). Perhaps the visit of Borussia Dortmund will throw a spanner in the works though, with Wolfsburg losing each of the last seven home H2Hs despite taking an early lead in the most recent clash.
  • A straightforward 3-0 victory in the Ruhr Derby against Bochum last time out extended Dortmund’s Bundesliga winning run to three games, a first for the season. Although the visitors remain at least five points worse off than at the same stage in two of the last four seasons, staying within touching distance of the ten-time consecutive champions Bayern Munich will be a top priority if they want to have any chance of a first title since 2011/12.
  • After scoring his first Bundesliga brace last time out, Dortmund’s Yousouffa Moukoko was elated and thanked his coach Edin Terzić for believing in him. After an earlier tumultuous spell, Terzić’s position now looks safe, although a key area for improvement ahead of the winter break is Dortmund’s away league form (W3, L3) which accounts for just 36% of their points.
  • Players to watchMaximilian Arnold has two goals and as many assists across Wolfsburg’s last three games, yet he’s never contributed to a goal vs Dortmund (W3, D2, L15). At just 17 years old, Dortmund’s Moukoko became the youngest player in Bundesliga history to reach ten goals, and he could be set to take the injured Timo Werner’s spot for Germany at the World Cup.
  • Hot stat: Six of Wolfsburg’s eight league games won or lost this season were settled by multi-goal margins.