• Against no other Bundesliga side have Frankfurt picked up less points on average than against Wolfsburg (0.91 per game).
  • Eintracht haven’t won any of their last five Bundesliga games (D4, L1). Their last victory came on Matchday 5 against Bremen (3-0).
  • Wolfsburg are the only side yet to share the points this season (W5, L5). Their last draw in the top flight came against Frankfurt on the last matchday of the 2012/13 campaign (2-2). VfL collected the most draws of all Bundesliga sides last season (13).
  • Frankfurt are without a win in their first four home games (D2, L2). The only time Eintracht have failed to win in their first five home matches was 49 years ago in 1964/65 (D2, L3).
  • With 18 goals conceded after 10 games, Eintracht have their worst defensive record for 18 years. They had conceded 23 goals at the same point in the 1995/96 campaign.
  • Only Hannover (0) have scored fewer goals away from home than Wolfsburg (3).
  • Maximilian Arnold has scored five goals in 12 Bundesliga games, four of which have been the opener. At 19 years, 4 months and 30 days old, he is the youngest Wolfsburg player in Bundesliga history to score five goals for the club.
  • Vaclav Kadlec has already scored four times in eight Bundesliga games and has assisted a further two. Kadlec is not only Frankfurt’s top points-scorer (goals + assists), but also their top goalscorer in the Bundesliga this season.
  • Ivica Olic has been involved in 17 goals in his last 21 Bundesliga games (12 goals, 5 assists). With five goals to his name, Olic is Wolfsburg’s top goalscorer this season by far.
  • In 2009, Armin Veh took over at defending champions VfL Wolfsburg, but was sent packing in January of the following year.
  • Dieter Hecking and Armin Veh know each other from their time at Mönchengladbach. They were both on the books at Gladbach in 1984/85, but never played at the same time.