Here are the key facts and figures ahead of the Wolves’ final match of the 2020/21 season:
Before the two teams met earlier in the season, Mainz had seven points to their name – and that was also the case 90 minutes later after goals from Bartosz Bialek and Wout Weghorst gave the Green-and-Whites a 2-0 away win.
Weghorst is on the cusp of making his 100th Bundesliga appearance. He has scored no fewer than 53 goals in the top flight for Wolfsburg.
Glasner (1.64) and Mainz boss Bo Svensson (1.58) each have the best points average of all coaches in their respective clubs’ history.
The Wolves have not lost against Mainz in the last 10 Bundesliga meetings between the two sides – their best run against any of the teams in the top flight. The four most recent matches have seen wins for the Green-and-Whites, while prior to that, there were six draws in a row.
Mainz have failed to find the back of the net against the Wolves in their last five matches – their worst record against any Bundesliga club. VfL meanwhile kicked off a run of eight clean sheets in a row with their 2-0 win in Mainz earlier in the season – a club record.