Wolfsburg will put an end to the 22nd Bundesliga matchday when they get ready to host Hertha Berlin to continue their unbeaten run. The hosts are currently the second Bundesliga team, not giving up on the title, with eight points behind the leaders. Hertha Berlin are 17th in Bundesliga and with only 21 points are in the path of direct relegation.
Bas Dost and De Bruyne are where Wolfsburg’s latest goals are coming from, with the Dutchman scoring a brace that gave Wolfsburg the win in their clash against Sporting. Ever since winning against Bayern Munich the Wolves are on a goalscoring spree, Bas Dost leads with six goals in just two matches and Kevin De Bruyne has four goals in this year’s Bundesliga. Perisic and Felipe are still missing for Wolfsburg, while Hertha will be without Ben-Hatira, Cigerci, van der Bergh, Jarstein and Baumjohann.
Hertha Berlin has only one win in this year’s Bundesliga, which is coincidentally the only match where they managed to score, against Mainz 05. The match against Wolfsburg is not meant to help Hertha avoid relegation, if they were unable to score against Freiburg, how are they expected to do so against a team that scored 13 in 2015? Granted Hertha won against Wolfsburg back in September with 1-0, but the Wolves were still finding their Bundesliga footing which they have found now.
Wolfsburg might have invested too much effort in the Sporting game, and might end up being tired, but they can’t afford any points being dropped which is why they can easily score in both halves with 1.98 odds from 888sport. Hertha Berlin have 8.65 odds to win, Wolfsburg have 1.35 and over 2.5 goals comes with 1.60 odds. Wolfsburg to win at least one half have 1.16 odds, Hertha Berlin 3.85 and a Bas Dost goal has 1.93 odds. De Bruyne and Schürrle both have 2.70 odds to score, while Salomon Kalou and Julian Schieber both have 5.50 odds as anytime goalscorers. We are going to bet 7 units on Hertha Berlin with the most corners with 2.95 odds from 888sport.