27 May 2020
The in-form Bayer Leverkusen side entertain unpredictable Wolfsburg at the BayArena this midweek, looking to bring their winning run in the Bundesliga (BL) H2Hs to three straight games.
Indeed, the hosts come into this encounter on a run of seven consecutive league fixtures without a loss (W6, D1), with four of their six triumphs during that stretch yielding a multiple-goal margin. Moreover, Peter Bosz’s men have won all four of their top-flight home games in 2020, with three of those successes seeing Leverkusen score over 2.5 goals and keep a blank sheet, too. Delivering action from the get-go, ‘Die Werkself’ have managed 56% (14) of their total 25 BL home goals scored in the first half of play. But, Leverkusen will have to avoid conceding the opening goal to boost their hopes of maintaining a winning momentum – they returned just a single point from three BL home games in which they’ve shipped the opener (D1, L2).
Meanwhile, the visitors have won just once in their last four league outings (D1, L2), with half of those games (2) seeing over 2.5 goals and both teams on the scoresheet. That’s, however, a sharp contrast to their away form – the ‘Wolves’ have not lost a single of their last four BL away matches (W3, D1). All four of those fixtures have been ‘high-scoring’ affairs, with each witnessing over 2.5 goals and both teams hit the back of the net and three producing over 3.5 goals. Another ‘high-scoring’ case is on the cards, as all three of their previous BL away H2Hs have featured over 3.5 goals and both teams score (W1, D2).
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