Wolfsburg predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 35
- Winning Bets: 21
- Average Odds: 1.89
- Overall Stake : 264
- Profit: 309.62
- Yield: 17.28 %
Whatever strengths the Wolves may have, consistency is not one of them.
After narrowly avoiding relegation for two back-to-back seasons, they jumped up to a double Europa League qualification during the past two. They ended 2019/20 just 3 points away from 6th place. While these are relatively close results, the records show all sorts of outcomes over the past 15 years or so.
Generally, these sort of inconsistent performances are bad for Bundesliga betting. Currently, the most sensible outright Wolfsburg bet would be a Top 6 Finish at odds of 2.50. However, we would wait until the season’s first few legs are over. Historically, if Wolfsburg's form for the year is faltering, it would be obvious right from the get-go.
Wolfsburg Key Players
Finding the proper balance seems to be the key to a strong Wolfsburg lineup. Though the full list can name close to 30 players, most of them seem to fill a few key roles at which the whole team excels.
For instance, it’s questionable if 4 goalies are truly warranted. Moreover, the team’s backs are considered some of the best in the league even after 3 of them left over the summer. Still, players like John Anthony Brooks, Marin Pongračić, and Jérôme Roussillon should give the backline enough width.
Wout Weghorst is one of the Bundesliga’s most celebrated strikers, and Maximilian Philipp was loaned from Dynamo Moscow to support him on the deep end of the pitch. Speaking of which, we also saw an influx of midfielders and wingers over the summer, implying a more balanced approach to formations.
As pretty new club and even town in historical way, you won’t find too many passionate rivals of this club. The only traditional rivalry is with Eintracht Braunschweig, but since they are in lower division it is postponed for a few years.
Wolfsburg is part of Volkswagen Group, so they don’t have problems with money for sure. The whole town of Wolfsburg was built in 1938 as a home for workers in Volkswagen plant that later made famous Beetle vehicle. As a club Wolfsburg was in lower divisions for years, and real success started in late 90’s when they finally reached the Bundesliga. In 2009. they even manage to win the title, the only one in the club history.
The home ground in Volkswagen Arena with 30.000 capacity.