German Bundesliga Betting Score Prediction tonight presents a super-hot match between Dusseldorf vs Wolfsburg, which will take place on Saturday, 14 September 2019 at 01:30 WIB, at the Merkur Spiel-Arena.
Week 4 of the German Bundesliga this season slightly shows a difference in position, where Dusseldorf is ranked 12th with only able to win 3 points, while Wolfsburg is ranked 3 with 7 points.
Seeing this position it is very reasonable Wolfsburg is more ready than Dusseldorf which as always has always been a low-ranking team. The statistics provide a slightly greater advantage to the visitors.
Dusseldorf is not a team to be feared in the Bundesliga, but they can sometimes surprise any team including Wolfsburg who are looking for points to compete in the top of the table, because they are only two points away from Leipzig.
Asian Handicap Market – Dusseldorf vs Wolfsburg:
Dusseldorf 0: 0 Wolfsburg
Score Prediction – Dusseldorf vs Wolfsburg:
Dusseldorf 1-3 Wolfsburg
Referring to the meeting record of the two teams, it is clear that Wolfsburg deserved to win, as they managed to wipe out all meetings with positive results, which won three wins and one draw.
Both playing at home and away, Wolfsburg almost always wins big. This status is actually enough to provide a clear insight that it is feasible for Wolfsburg to win with a score of more than two goals over Dusseldorf.
Head To Head – Dusseldorf Vs Wolfsburg:
[16.03.19] Wolfsburg 5-2 Dusseldorf
[27.10.18] Dusseldorf 0-3 Wolfsburg
[16.03.13] Wolfsburg 1-1 Dusseldorf
[27.10.12] Dusseldorf 1-4 Wolfsburg
Dusseldorf’s Last 5 Matches:
[06.09.19] SW Dusseldorf 1-6 Dusseldorf
[01.09.19] Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 Dusseldorf
[27.08.19] Meerbusch 0-6 Dusseldorf
[24.08.19] Dusseldorf 1-3 Bayer Leverkusen
[20.08.19] TuRU Dusseldorf 2-4 Dusseldorf
Wolfsburg’s Last 5 Matches:
[05.09.19] Wolfsburg 1-1 Hamburger SV
[31.08.19] Wolfsburg 1-1 Paderborn
[25.08.19] Hertha Berlin 0-3 Wolfsburg
[17.08.19] Wolfsburg 2-1 FC Koln
[12.08.19] Hallescher 3-5 Wolfsburg
Dusseldorf: Michael Rensing, Matthias Zimmermann, Marcin Kaminski, Kaan Ayhan, Niko Giesselmann, Oliver Fink, Alfredo Morales, Kevin Stoger, Benito Raman, Dodi Lukebakio, Rouwen Hennings.
Wolfsburg: Koen Casteels, Jerome Roussillon, John Brooks, Robin Knoche, William, Maximilian Arnold, Elvis Rexhbecaj, Yannick Gerhardt, Josip Brekalo, Wout Weghorst, Renato Steffen.