Wolfsburg vs Red Bull Salzburg Betting Tips and Prediction

Salzburg’s lack of European experience hasn’t yet caught up with them, but Wolfsburg is still riding on that new manager high if their …

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Betting odds and Tips for Wolfsburg vs Red Bull Salzburg

Wolfsburghas – 2.42(bet ₹100 and wins₹242if Wolfsburg wins). Bet Now

Draws -3.50(bet ₹100 and win ₹350 if draws). Bet Now

Red Bull Salzburg – 2.93 (bet ₹100 and wins ₹293if Red Bull Salzburg wins). Bet Now

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Match Details

Match: Wolfsburg vsRed Bull Salzburg

Date: 2nd November 2021

Time: 11:15 PM (IST)

Venue: Volkswagen Arena

Squad Comparison

Wolfsburg

After failing to maintain his team’s auspicious start as the winter cold set in, Mark van Bommel left Wolfsburg, making room for new blood in Florian Kohfeldt, whose hire raised some concerns given his previous stay at now-2.Bundesliga club Werder Bremen.

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However, Kohfeldt’s rule began with a 2-0 victory over Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga over the weekend, with Lukas Nmecha and Maximilian Arnold both scoring quickfire goals immediately after the restart.

Ending Wolfsburg’s eight-game winless streak in all events is a guaranteed way for Kohfeldt to win over the Wolfsburg fans, but the German club is fighting an uphill struggle to keep their European dream alive after taking only two points from three games so far. Wolfsburg, who are in the fourth position in Group G, drew with Sevilla and Lille before losing 3-1 to Salzburg, but the close nature of the table means that second-placed Sevilla is just one point ahead of their rivals, who may blow the fight for the top two wide open with all three points tonight.

Wolfsburg’s Playing XI

Casteels; Otavio, Brooks, Lacroix, Mbabu; Vranckx, Guilavogui, Arnold; Lukebakio, L. Nmecha, Gerhardt

Red Bull Salzburg

Karim Adeyemi, a Salzburg youngster, scored in three minutes against Wolfsburg last week before another young talent, 21-year-old Noah Okafor, stole the show-up top. The two sides went into the interval level after Nmecha’sequaliser for Wolfsburg, but Okafor’s second-half brace ensured that this relatively young Salzburg side kept their undefeated start to life in the 2021-22 Champions League intact, and in spectacular form. At the weekend, When Matthias Jaissle’s team travelled to SV Ried in the Austrian Bundesliga, Okafor scored once more, but the visitors were forced to share the spoils as substitute Leo Mikic forced a 2-2 draw to stop the visitors’ momentum.

Salzburg, on the other hand, has gone unbeaten in all competitions since the start of the 2021-22 season, with 18 wins and three draws, and they will continue to lead the Champions League Group G standings regardless of what happens this weekend. Nicolas Capaldo, a midfielder for Salzburg, has been booked three times in three European games and will miss this match, yet he only came on as a substitute in the first win over Wolfsburg. 

Red Bull Salzburg’s Playing XI

Kohn; Ulmer, Wober, Ongune,Kristensen; Siewald, Camara,Sucic; Aaronson; Adeyemi, Okafor

Match prediction for Wolfsburg vs Red Bull Salzburg

Even though all three of Wolfsburg’s stalemates this season have been on the road, the Austrian side has not failed to score away from home in any tournament since December 2020, and Kohfeldt will be looking to show himself in the big time once more. Salzburg’s lack of European experience hasn’t yet caught up with them, but Wolfsburg is still riding on that new manager high if their game against Leverkusen is any indication. The visitors are always dangerous in the final third, but their defence isn’t the most impenetrable in Europe, so we expect a fast-paced clash to conclude in a draw. So we think the match will end up with a draw.

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