Bayern Munich has won three straight games, defeating Mainz 05, Dortmund 05, and Arminia Bielefeld 05. They are still in first place in the Bundesliga, six points ahead of Dortmund, with 37 points. They’ve won 12 games, drew one, and lost two. They have won seven of their eight home matches in the Bundesliga, giving them the best home record in the league. In the league, they’re averaging 3.16 goals per game and only allowing one goal per game. Robert Lewandowski, the Bundesliga’s top goalscorer with 16 goals. Thomas Muller leads the assist list with 11 assists to his name. On the injured list are Josip Stanisic, Leon Goretzka, Marcel Sabitzer, Eric Choupo-Moting, Joshua Kimmich, and Corentin Tolisso.
Wolfsburg has not won a single match in the last seven encounters across competitions including six losses and a draw. Due to this, they are in the 11th position with 20 points. They have played 15 matches and won six matches, drawn two, and lost seven matches. They have scored just 15 goals and have conceded 22 goals this season. They have the seventh-best away record as they have three wins, three losses, and one draw. Wout Weghorst and Lukas Nmecha are the team’s leading goal scorers with five goals each, with MaxPhilipp leading the assists list for Wolfsburg. They have as many as six injured players including Paulo Otavio, Aster Vranckx, William, Admir Mehmedi, Xaver Schlager, and Bartosz Bialek.