Eintracht Frankfurt had 43% possession and 9 of 14 shots on goal. Eintracht Frankfurt’s goals came from Daichi Kamada (16), Sebastian Rode (22), Tuta (67), and Rafael Santos Borré (84).
In recent times, Eintracht Frankfurt games have typically been exciting affairs with high scoring being the norm rather than the exception.
The two sides have scored a total of 24 goals (an average of 4 goals per game) during the course of their most recent 12 games, with 11 of those goals coming from Eintracht Frankfurt.
Following their defeat in their most recent Bundesliga 1 matchup against Cologne, VfL Wolfsburg and their supporters will be hoping for a better outcome this time.
Niko Kova’s VfL Wolfsburg have scored an average of 0.83 goals per game over their last six games after making a total of 5 conversions.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs VfL Wolfsburg – Betting Analysis
Eintracht will likely deploy a 4-2-3-1 system with Kevin Trapp, Kristijan Jakic, Tuta, Evan NDicka, Christopher Lenz, Sebastian Rode, Djibril Sow, Jesper Lindstrm, Mario Götze, Daichi Kamada, and Randal Kolo Muani.
Niko Kova, the manager of VfL Wolfsburg, must cope with a variety of availability concerns. This game will not be played because of injuries to Yannick Gerhardt (ligament), Jonas Wind (hamstring), and Patrick Wimmer (head).
Wolfsburg’s starting lineup is Koen Casteels, Ridle Baku, Sebastiaan Bornauw, Micky van de Ven, Paulo Otavio, Josuha Guilavogui, Maximilian Arnold, Bartol Franjic, Max Kruse, Luca Waldschmidt, and Lukas Nmecha.
Looking at their most recent head-to-head matchups dating back to November 23, 2019, it can be seen that Eintracht Frankfurt and VfL Wolfsburg both have two victories, while one match has been drawn.
A combined total of 19 goals were scored between them in this period, with 8 of them from Eintracht and 11 created by Wolfsburg. That equals 3.17 goals per game on average.