The meeting of the 27th round of the German Bundesliga in which Borussia will fight with Wolfsburg will begin at the football arena "Signal-Iduna-Park" in Dortmund. Bookmakers in this pair on the side of future owners, however, it is worth noting that the “wolves” have excellent away statistics, this season “green-white” is easier to give matches outside the native walls, rather than fights at the Volkswagen Arena.
After flying out of the Champions League, Borussia Dortmund held two matches in the Bundesliga and won them both. First, the "bumblebees" on "Signal-Iduna-Park" confidently beat Stuttgart with a score of 3: 1, and a week later in Berlin in the hardest match proved to be stronger than Herta 3: 2. These results allowed the “black and yellow” to keep up with Bayern, which, despite flying out of the Champions League, is in excellent shape. Borussia has 60 points before the 27th round, the same for Munich, but the Reds have the best secondary indicators, so Kovac’s squad is at the top of the peloton. In its field, Dortmund has excellent statistics, in 13 matches there are 11 victories with two draws.
Better than the "wolves" on the road in the Bundesliga, only two leaders play; in 13 matches outside their native walls, the green-and-white players got 23 points, seven wins with two draws and 4 failures. In March, Wolfsburg had some strange results, in its field the “wolves” tied with Werder, defeated Fortune 5: 2, but before that, at the Allianz Arena they lost 0: 6 to Bayern. In the standings Labbadia squad on the 7th line, i.e. out of the Europe League zone, however, Bayer and the position in the European cups zone are very close, the “pharmacists” are ahead of the “wolves” only by the difference of the scored-missed goals.
Borussia Dortmund is very productive in its field, but also visiting Wolfsburg has an average of 1.7 goals per game. I am waiting for an interesting match, in which there will certainly be enough goals scored, which will fly into the gates of both teams.
"Both teams will score and TO 2.5", with a coefficient of 1.92