Wolfsburg and Augsburg look for the goal to break the tie in the second half

Wolfsburg and Augsburg look for the goal to break the tie in the second half

Wolfsburg and Augsburg return to the field for the complement, and break the tie.

After having won the previous day, the visiting team will look for another victory that leaves them well positioned in the table, while the local team has just lost its last game and will try to win.

Wolfsburg received a hard blow and fell 0 to 2 against their rival Bayer Leverkusen. In the last matches of the tournament, they had 2 tied games and 2 losses. He has conceded 9 goals and scored 5 in favor.

Augsburg arrives triumphant after seeing Heidenheim fall with a score of 1-0. With varied results, they have finished the previous rounds: they won 2, tied 1 and lost 1. They were able to celebrate 11 goals and their rivals were able to beat their goal 4 times.

The local team is in thirteenth place with 25 points (6 PG – 7 PE – 12 PP), while the visitor has 32 points and is placed in ninth place in the table (8 PG – 8 PE – 9 PP).

The judge selected for the match at the Volkswagen Arena stadium was Timo Gerach.

Wolfsburg formation today

Niko Kovac proposed a 4-5-1 lineup with Pavao Pervan in goal; Ridle Baku, Maxence Lacroix, Cedric Zesiger and Joakim Maehle as defenders; Mattias Svanberg, Maximilian Arnold, Patrick Wimmer, Tiago Tomás and Kevin Paredes as midfielders; and Jonas Wind as forward.

Augsburg formation today

For his part, Jess Thorup decided on a 4-4-2 formation, with Finn Dahmen defending the goal; Kevin Mbabu, Jeffrey Gouweleeuw, Felix Uduokhai, Iago as fullbacks; Fredrik Jensen, Kristijan Jakic, Arne Maier and Ruben Vargas in midfield; and with Phillip Tietz and Ermedin Demirovic as attackers.

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