Bundesliga – Match-day 7: Union Berlin v Wolfsburg
This Sunday sees Union Berlin go head to head with Wolfsburg at the An der Alten Försterei Stadium – Kick-off 3:30pm GMT.
Leaders Union Berlin are currently 15 places higher than their rivals Wolfsburg, when the two sides meet, they will sit in first and sixteenth positions respectively.
Winning the Bundesliga and securing a Champion’s League qualification is Union Berlin’s focus
Also, League leaders Union Berlin keep finding ways to win, having secured three victories in their last four fixtures is astonishing this season, worthy of Champion’s League qualification. They are the team to beat, with 14 points and sitting at the top of the table (current record: 4W – 0L and 2D) having won four games and drawn two meetings.
Playing at home, Union Berlin have won two matches and drawn one game.
The ultimate prize this season will be for Union Berlin to finish top of the Bundesliga and secure automatic qualification for the Champion’s League. However, they must play each game as it comes and secure the points, if that is to be achieved.
Good atacking and defensive team
Union Berlin have conceded four goals so far, so their defence can be considered to be strong. Union Berlin have a good scoring record this season, with 13 netted so far. Their stand out attacking players have been Sheraldo Becker (5), Sven Michel (2), and Jordan Siebatcheu (2).
With the Bundesliga season well into its stride, Wolfsburg have managed to gain five points
Niko Kovac will not wish to see his side lose three matches in a row, so they will doubtless go into this match, determined to change their recent, disappointing run of form.
Also, suffering three losses in five games is a terrible run of form for any club, Niko Kovac’s Wolfsburg will know this and will be hopeful of turning it around. With five points (1W, 3L and 2D), they are established in sixteenth position in the League having won one game, drawn two matches, and lost three fixtures.
Playing away from home, Wolfsburg have won one game and lost two meetings.
A victory for Wolfsburg would put them on 8 points.
Wolfsburg’s ever growing list of players missing due to injury or illness to be a concern for Niko Kovac, ahead of this Sunday’s fixture against their opponents.
Union Berlin v Wolfsburg – Head-to-Head.
Regarding their historical duels the recent form between these two sides has seen Wolfsburg with a greater number of wins. In the last eight meetings, they have enjoyed four victories, to Union Berlin’s two wins. In addition, Wolfsburg are unbeaten in their four of the last eight games played against Union Berlin. The last time they played each other in this competition was March 2022, when Union Berlin walked away as 1-0 winners.
Players to watch
For Union Berlin, Sheraldo Becker has nettedfive goals in six League fixtures this Bundesliga Season, while Lukas Nmecha is one of the top performing players after having scoredthree goals in six League games this season for Wolfsburg.