Match facts ahead of #BMGWOB


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Match facts ahead of #BMGWOB

Everything to know ahead of Sunday’s home game against VfL Wolfsburg (15:30 CEST).


  • BORUSSIA-PARK is sold out ahead of tomorrow’s match against Wolfsburg.

Head-to-head record:

  • This will be the 46th meeting in the Bundesliga between the sides. Borussia have won 13 of the previous encounters, along with 10 draws and 22 defeats.
  • A total of 129 goals have been scored in the previous 45 Bundesliga games between Borussia and Wolfsburg – 57 for the Foals and 72 for the Wolves (average of 2.87 goals per game).
  • Borussia have won twice and drawn four of their last six Bundesliga games against Wolfsburg. It’s the first time they have gone unbeaten in six straight top-flight games against the Wolves.
  • Both meetings between the sides in 2022 ended in a 2-2 draw.
  • Wolfsburg have beaten Mönchengladbach more often in the Bundesliga than any other side (22 times from 45 games) and have also picked up more points against the Foals and any other side (76).

The number of the game: 12 – presented by Interwetten (external content)

  • There have been 12 goals scored in the last three games between Borussia and Wolfsburg.


  • Borussia are unbeaten in their last four home games, sitting seventh in this season’s home form table (24 points, level with Frankfurt in sixth).
  • The Foals have picked up six more points at home this season than Wolfsburg, although they have taken 13 fewer points on the road than the Wolves have. Only Bayern and Dortmund have picked up more points away from home in 2022/23 than Wolfsburg (W6, D3, L4).
  • Borussia are currently two points better off than at this stage last season. The Foals recorded a strong end to 2021/22, winning four, drawing three and losing just one of their last eight matches.
  • Wolfsburg managed an impressive 20 points from their final eight matches in the first half of the season (W6, D2) – the best record of any Bundesliga side in this timeframe.
  • The meeting between the sides earlier this season ended in a 2-2 draw, with Marcus Thuram scoring a brace (his only game with multiple goals in the Bundesliga this season).  
  • Niko Kovac made his Bundesliga coaching debut in Mönchengladbach, losing 3-0 with Frankfurt on 12th March 2016.


  • Timo Gerach will referee Sunday’s match, alongside assistant referees Dominik Schaal and Robert Wessel. Florian Exner will be the fourth official. Marco Fritz and Markus Sinn will be the video assistant referees for the match.

Social Media:

  • For updates, follow Borussia’s English-language social media channels on Twitter and Facebook and use the hashtag #BMGWOB.

Match facts ahead of #BMGWOB

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