All the important facts and figures surrounding Sunday’s away fixture at Wolfsburg.
Spectators: The Volkswagen-Arena (30,000 capacity) is not sold out for the Foals’ visit. The hosts have so far sold 25,000 tickets and Borussia supporters have been allocated around 2,500 seats.
Wolfsburg Borussia head-to-head: Ahead of the 35th Bundesliga clash between the two sides, the head-to-head record favours the home side: Wolfsburg have won 19 of the encounters, Borussia only ten, with five ending in stalemate. The Wolves have not lost any of their previous twelve games at home to the Fohlenelf; their longest unbeaten home run against any Bundesliga team. Borussia have also not lost over half of their encounters with any Bundesliga club apart from Wolfsburg (56%). The last time the Foals won in Wolfsburg was over 14 years ago on the 22nd November 2003 (3-1). Since then, Borussia have picked up a mere two points away to Wolfsburg.
Statistic: Borussia have lost only one of their last seven Bundesliga games (five wins and a draw) - a 5-1 thrashing against Leverkusen on matchday 9, picking up ten points from the next twelve - a league best. Wolfsburg, on the other hand, saw their eight-game unbeaten run of seven draws and a win come to an end in Augsburg last weekend. This was the club’s longest such run since November 2014 and March 2015, when the Wolves even went eleven games without defeat. The unbeaten run of nine competitive games was a club record under a new manager and a personal record for Martin Schmidt’s professional career.
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