Tobias Gourlay isn’t sure Wolfsburg and Monchengladbach can get out of first gear at the Volkswagen Arena this afternoon
Wolfsburg v Monchengladbach
In Turkey last night, Fatih Karagumruk crushed Basaksehir 3-1 to land our win bet at a nice price.
We’re in Germany today for one of today’s five games from the Bundesliga. Last season’s two meetings of Wolfsburg and Monchengladbach produced just two goals between them, with the equivalent of this fixture finishing 0-0. We like the odds-against price on the pair producing another low scorer at the Volkswagen Arena this afternoon.
Third-placed Wolfsburg (W4-D1-L1) have delivered Under 2.5 Goals in all of Mark van Bommel’s first three home games in charge (1-0, 1-0, 1-1). The Wolves have reached the heights of third position despite scoring a relatively meagre eight times across the first six rounds of this season’s Bundesliga – only one team in the current top half has been less prolific.
Monchengladbach also have a new man in charge. Adi Hutter has gone W2-D1-L3 to date, with the Colts currently sitting 11th. They’ve scored six goals across those six games, with half of them coming in a home win over struggling Arminia Bielefeld. On the road, they’ve struck just once in three matches. With question marks around the potency of both forward lines today, we’ll take Under 2.5 Goals to land for a fourth straight league game at the VW.