Stuttgart vs Wolfsburg – Stuttgart comes into this match on the heels of a 1-1 Bundesliga 1 draw with Eintracht Frankfurt. Stuttgart had a 48% control advantage and 11 shots on goal with 5 of them being successful.
Silas Katompa Mvumpa was the lone scorer for Stuttgart (75′). Eintracht Frankfurt, on the other hand, had 10 shots total, only one of which found the mark. Eintracht Frankfurt tallied thanks to Sebastian Rode (55′).
In recent years, Stuttgart has maintained a clean sheet far too infrequently. According to the data, Stuttgart’s defense has been exposed in 5 of their last 6 matches, resulting in 9 goals being conceded during that period.
Stuttgart entered this matchup having gone two league games without a win over VfL Wolfsburg. VfL Wolfsburg and Union Berlin played to a 1-1 draw in their most recent matchup in Bundesliga 1.
In that game, VfL Wolfsburg had 58% of the control and six of their 15 shots on goal were successful. Patrick Wimmer scored for VfL Wolfsburg in the 84th second.
Union Berlin had 12 attempts total, with 2 of those being on goal. Union Berlin struck in the 72nd minute through Josip Juranovi.
Niko Kova’s VfL Wolfsburg have scored 7 goals over the span of their last six games, giving them an average of 1.17 goals per game.
As evidenced by their prior performances, VfL Wolfsburg has won both of their league encounters against Stuttgart when they have faced off against them away from home. In their past two away league games, they are unbeaten.
Stuttgart vs Wolfsburg – Betting Analysis
An analysis of their previous meetings, which date back to 11/05/2019, reveals that Stuttgart has won two of them and VfL Wolfsburg has won three, with one match being tied.
Over the span of those games, there were 17 goals scored between the two teams, with Stuttgart scoring 9, and Wolfsburg scoring 8. There are 2.83 goals scored on average per contest.
The teams’ latest league meeting occurred on Bundesliga 1 Match Day 8 on October 1, 2022, with a final score of VfL Wolfsburg 3-2 Stuttgart.
At that point, VfL Wolfsburg had 57% of the ball and made 19 shot attempts, six of which were successful. Omar Marmoush (23′), Maximilian Arnold (38′), and Yannick Gerhardt (91′) scored the goals.
Seven of Stuttgart’s 14 attempts on goal were on target. The goals came from Serhou Guirassy (22′) and Konstantinos Mavropanos (45′). Felix Zwayer served as the match’s judge.
For Stuttgart manager Bruno Labbadia, Serhou Guirassy (torn abductor muscle) and Pascal Stenzel (torn muscle fiber) will be unable to play.
The VfL Wolfsburg manager Niko Kova has no serious fitness worries going into this game because his team is completely healthy and prepared.
Although it might not be as many goals as they could give up, we think that VfL Wolfsburg would be disappointed if they failed to score against this Stuttgart side.
What are the top odds for the game?
Turning to the betting odds on the win-draw-win market, backing Stuttgart is available for 2.4, betting on the draw is 3.42 and selecting the winner to be VfL Wolfsburg comes in at 2.96. They are the most competitive bets being offered at the moment.