On the most interesting match of this 6th round of the Bundesliga, we will have a great match at the Allianz Arena.
The team managed by Carlo Ancelotti, Bayern Munchen, and the team managed by Martin Schmidt, Wolfsburg, will face off.
From the Bavarians’ side, there are some important absences, namely Manuel Neuer, David Alaba and Juan Bernat, while Arjen Robben is still doubtful; On the visitors’ side, Brooks and Mário Gomez are confirmed absences, and Blaszczykowski, Bruma, Hinds and Tisserand are still in doubt for this match.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side goes into this match with a relatively positive start of the season, having 4 wins on 5 league matches, only dropping points away against Hoffenheim, where they lost 2-0.
On the other competitions, they have won every match, having even won a trophy already, on the beginning of the season, against Borussia Dortmund, on the German Supercup.
In any way, from the matches I have seen, I got the impression that they aren’t playing as well as they did in other years (be it with Jupp Heynckes or with Pep Guardiola) despite having stronger individual quality and having witnessed their direct opponents lose important players recently.
As for Wolfsburg, the team is far from presenting the quality they used to present a few years ago, namely when Volkswagen was injecting loads of money into the club they sponsored.
However, when that investment stopped, the team dropped off disastrously, turning from a Champions League club to a club who now fights to avoid relegation (being even close to relegation last season).
On this start of the season, they already fired a manager. The team has one of the worst offensive and defensive records, and they are on a streak of 3 matches without a single win.
Bayern vs Wolfsburg – Betting Tip and Prediction:
Sincerely, ever since Ancelotti join the Bavarians, he still hasn’t convinced me in the slightest regarding his ability to be the ideal manager for Bayern, despite having a better roster at his disposal than some previous team’s managers.
In any way, and against Wolfsburg who are in terrible form.
I think they will get a comfortable win, winning by at least a 2-goal margin (and it could be even more, I think, if they didn’t have such an important Champions League match next week).