Borussia Dortmund – Wolfsburg Free Betting Tips –

Borussia Dortmund – Wolfsburg Free Betting Tips

Borussia Dortmund’s remaining schedule looks feasible, were it not for Bayern, whom they will face on April 23 in what will presumably be the decisive match. The Westfalians cannot afford to drop any more points, so only victory counts.

At present, their form is very poor, especially at home, as you can read below. Throughout the season, Borussia Dortmund have only suffered 3 home defeats in the Bundesliga and won 11 games. They scored 41 times and allowed 22 goals. Away from home, they have managed 8 wins and 3 draws. They were defeated 4 times. Their away goal record is 29:20.

Coach Marco Rose will probably have to do without several players due to injuries. Against Wolfsburg they could be missing 10 players, among them 6 defenders, 2 center forwards and 2 midfielders. With Donyell Malen, their fourth best scorer is out.

The absence of full-backs Nico Schulz and Thomas Meunier, as well as Felix Passlack, could be somewhat painful. Also likely to be absent are powerful midfielders Mahmoud Dahoud and Giovanni Reyna, as well as powerful center forward Steffen Tigges. These absences could be the reason why Dortmund are not in their usual form.

Wolfsburg’s current form does not suggest that they can do anything to Borussia Dortmund. Especially away from home, they have only been able to win a few games.

This season they have only celebrated 4 away wins, 2 draws and 8 defeats. They have scored 15 goals and conceded 26. In front of their home crowd, they have had 6 wins and 2 draws. On 7 occasions they have been defeated. The goal difference at home is 18:19.

Coach Florian Kohfeldt has never won against Marco Rose – 1 draw 3 defeats – and will only have to do without 2 players against Dortmund, namely the two full-backs Paulo Otávio and William, although the latter has not been used this season.

UNDER 3.5 GOALS – Odds: 1.65
The odds presented in the prediction may vary at the time of verification.

Author: Jim Rogers