RB Leipzig vs Wolfsburg Match Info
Match date: 13thApril 2019
Stadium: Red Bull Arena, Leipzig.
RB Leipzig vs Wolfsburg Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
6 Feb 2019 RB Leipzig 1 – 0 Wolfsburg
24 Nov 2018 Wolfsburg 1 – 0 RB Leipzig
5 May 2018 RB Leipzig 4 – 1 Wolfsburg
Matches played: 8
RB Leipzig wins: 4
Wolfsburg wins: 3
RB Leipzig vs Wolfsburg Stats
- RB Leipzig come into the match on the back of a three-match winning streak
- Wolfsburg struggled for defensive consistency on the road and this often proved costly
- Die Bullen earned a narrow DFB Pokal win over Wolfsburg (1-0) in early February, where a single goal from Matheus Cunha made all the difference
RB Leipzig vs Wolfsburg Match Preview
RB Leipzig host Wolfsburg for their Matchday 29 clash on Saturday in a great mood and on the back of a three-match winning streak, where they beat Hertha (5-0) in front of the home fans as well as Augsburg (1-2 in DFB Pokal) and Bayer Leverkusen (2-4) in two exciting clashes on the road.
Die Bullen have been scoring numbers of goals along the way and saw goals coming from all directions, which will give Ralf Rangnick a lot to build on at Red Bull Arena – as they now sit nine points behind pace-setters Bayern Munich and even a title chase doesn’t look as impossible as some would suggest in early January.
Wolfsburg have been more unpredictable and now come into the match with a 3-1 win over Hannover now behind them, where they fell behind but completed a comeback with a brace from Renato Steffen and one added by Jerome Roussillon.
Die Wolfe have thus bagged their third win in four home outings but had far more troubles retaining such consistency on the road, where they saw just one win in five trips across competitions. They’ve been conceding many goals and this has proven costly on many occasions, which could as well be the case on Saturday.
Indeed, Wolfsburg have failed to find the net in any of their last two trips too and this will feel just as worrying for Bruno Labbadia, as we now stick with a Home win to Nil at 7/4 with bet365.
We don’t feel we’re in for a very one-sided contest or many goals on the day, as we now also go for a low-scoring contest with Under 2.5 Goals FT at 6/5 with Paddy Power – which could prove overpriced as Leipzig have a history of such clashes in front of the home crowd through most part of the campaign.
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