• There have been as many home wins as away wins in the 10 Bundesliga meetings between these teams (4 each, D2). Three of them have gone Wolfsburg's way, who lead the head-to-head record 5-3.
  • There have been 39 goals in those 10 Bundesliga matches with Wolfsburg scoring at least once in each of the meetings.
  • Wolfsburg have won both of their home games this season without conceding and are unbeaten in seven Bundesliga home matches (W3, D4). Their last defeat in the VW Arena came back in March (4-1 win for Schalke).
  • Hoffenheim have scored at least once in their last nine Bundesliga games, but have also conceded at least one goal in their last 11 Bundesliga matches. They have matched their club record for conceding goals but will surpass that should Wolfsburg score in this fixture.
  • Ivica Olic has scored Wolfsburg's first goal in his side's last two games and the Croatian has been directly involved in 13 goals in his last 16 Bundesliga matches (9 goals, 4 assists).
  • Hoffenheim's Kevin Volland and Anthony Modeste have both scored four goals this season and share fourth place in the goalscoring charts.
  • Marcel Schäfer made his 200th Bundesliga appearance on matchday 5. He could reach 200 for Wolfsburg this weekend, having made his first ever appearance for TSV 1860 München.
  • Luiz Gustavo will be suspended from this home match against his former club Hoffenheim due to his sixth sending off in the Bundesliga, only four players have seen red more often.