Predicted Lineup for Freiburg: Flekken – Sildillia, Ginter, Gulde- Kubler, Eggestein, Hofler, Gunter – Doan, Grifo, GregoritschPlayer to Watch – Vincenzo GrifoFreiburg attacker Vincenzo Grifo was on fire in the first half of the Bundesliga campaign, netting nine times and lodging two assists in 14 starts for the title hopefuls in a superb early spell. Grifo bagged a brace when Freiburg last played Wolfsburg a little under a year ago and the Italian could be one of Die Wolfe’s chief antagonists again this weekend.
Freiburg Double ChanceFreiburg are currently Bayern Munich’s closet challengers near the summit of the Bundesliga and Christian Streich’s impressive side will be determined to start the second half of the campaign on the best possible footing when they face Wolfsburg on Saturday. Freiburg have been reliable performers on the road this season, where they have lost only twice in eight games, and they seem under priced in the double chance market against their inconsistent hosts this weekend. Place the bet >>Over 2.
WolfsburgLukas Nmecha is still nursing a knee injury and won't feature this weekend. Jerome Roussillon and Max Kruse have both left the club during the winter window. Die Wolfe won four games on the bounce just before the campaign's break and they are just four points off fourth spot, so they will be fighting for a spot in the Champions League or at least Europa League. Predicted Lineup for Wolfsburg: Casteels – Ficher, Bornauw, van de Ven, Otavio – Baku, F. Nmecha, Arnold, Gerhardt, Kaminski – MarmoushFreiburgJonathan Schmid should shake off an illness in time to make the squad on Saturday, though Freiburg will be without Roland Sallai, Phillip Lienhart, Yannik Keitel and Kimberly Ezekwem who are all injured. Freiburg signed off for the winter break with a fine 4-1 win over Union Berlin and they are currently second in Bundesliga standings, only behind Bayern Munich, and only by a couple of points.
Wolfsburg vs Freiburg Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 21/01