VfL kick off Bundesliga Matchday 11 with a home game against ninth-placed Eintracht Frankfurt on Friday 11 December (kick-off 20:30 CET). The Wolves and the Eagles are the division’s two draw specialists this season, with Eintracht registering seven stalemates and VfL sharing the spoils on six occasions.
More facts and figures
Unbeaten run: Oliver Glasner’s side are unbeaten in their opening ten Bundesliga games, a new club record. The Wolves have won both their last two home games, beating Werder Bremen 5-3 and TSG Hoffenheim 2-1.
Comeback qualities: Wolfsburg and Frankfurt are the only teams to have come from behind on five occasions this season, with both sides claiming four draws and a win from those fixtures. The Wolves trailed twice in Cologne last weekend but still managed to secure a 2-2 draw.
Weghorst on fire: Wout Weghorst has scored seven goals in his last seven league appearances.
Heading in the right direction: Having failed to score a single header between Matchdays 1 and 7, Glasner’s charges have netted four in their last three games (three from Weghorst and another from John Anthony Brooks).
Goals guaranteed in Wolfsburg: There hasn’t been a single goalless draw in 18 previous Bundesliga meetings between the two teams at the Volkswagen Arena. VfL have won 18 of the sides’ 36 league encounters overall, drawing 11 times and losing only seven.