On Sunday, starting with 14:30, the Wolfsburg – Bielefeld match will be played, within the 5th round of the Bundesliga. The two teams have not met in the Bundesliga since 2009. In the semifinals of the German Cup in 2015, Wolfsburg won by a landslide 4-0 away, qualifying for the final of the competition.
Wolfsburg have drawn in all 4 stages so far, being the 4th team in the history of the Bundesliga to achieve this performance, after Hoffenheim, Cologne and Hertha. The group coached by Oliver Glasner was eliminated from the Europa League play-off by AEK Athens, so it did not return to the competition groups. In the Bundesliga, the 4 points accumulated by Wolfsburg rank it on the 13th place, 3 points away from the 6th position held by Augsburg. At home, the “wolves” are without a 7-match victory in the Bundesliga!
Bielefeld lost two games in a row for the first time with coach Uwe Neuhaus, since taking over in December 2018. The newly-promoted was defeated by Bremen, score 0-1 and Bayern, score 1-4. Like Wolfsburg, Bielefeld has 4 points and is firmly below Sunday’s 14th place. Armini captain Klos has played in 65 regional league games for Wolfsburg’s reserve team between 2009 and 2011. 22 goals.
Wolfsburg is the 4th team in Bundesliga history to start with 4 consecutive draws;
The “Wolves” are unbeaten at home in 7 Bundesliga matches;
The two teams have not met in the Bundesliga since 2009;
Wolfsburg: Casteels (c) – Baku, Lacroix, Brooks, Roussillon – Schlager, Guilavogui (c), Arnold – Steffen, Mehmedi – Weghorst
Absent: Brekalo, Bruma, Otavio
Coach: Oliver Glasner
Bielefeld: Ortega – Brunner, Pieper, Van der Hoorn, Lucoqui – Prietl, Maier – Doan, Hartl, Cordova – Klos (c)
Coach: Uwe Neuhaus