Our football match prediction:
Volkswagen Arena will host Saturday’s football game between Wolfsburg and Ingolstadt. The Wolves aim to make amends for back-to-back losses to the likes of Freiburg and Schalke and, no doubt, they are capable of beating Ingolstadt in front of home fans. Andries Jonker’s men are determined to escape the danger zone, but the hosts will have to prove their worth on the field. It has to be noted that Wolfsburg have recorded no more than four wins at home so far this season. Ingolstadt, on the other hand, recorded a come-from-behind triumph over rock-bottom Darmstadt at the weekend and a victory over Wolves would see the visitors move away from bottom three. However, beating Wolfsburg at Volkswagen Arena is easier said than done and we are not tempted to put our money on Maik Walpurgis’ team this time out. Ingolstadt are on a three-game winning run in Bundesliga, but we predict that they will pick up only one point from Saturday's match.
Highlighted Player (Mario Gomez):
Mario Gomez started his senior career at Stuttgart. He played scored 63 goals in 121 league appearances for the club and he played for the reserve team as well (43/21). In 2009 he signed a four-year deal with fellow Bundesliga side Bayern Munich and he won two domestic titles with the mighty Bavarians (2009/2010, 2012/2013). In 2013 he clinched the Champions League trophy with Bayern Munich as they defeated Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in the title game. Mario Gomez was part of Germany 2010 World Cup squad that won the bronze medal at the showpiece tournament in South Africa and he played for Joachim Low’s team at the 2016 European Championship finals. The German attacker spent the 2015/2016 season on loan at Besiktas and he joined Wolfsburg in the summer of 2016. Mario Gomez has a contract with the Wolves which expires on 30 June 2019. He was born on 10 July, 1985 in Riedlingen, Germany.
Highlighted Team (Ingolstadt):
FC Ingolstdadt is a German football club from the city Ingolstadt which is located in the Bayern region. The club was founded in 2004 after a fusion between ESV Ingolstadt and MTV Ingolstadt. In the season 2014/2015 Ingolstadt managed to qualify for the Bundesliga for the first time in the clubs history. FC Ingolstadt plays it’s home games in the Audi-Sportpark stadium which holds a capacity of 15 500 seats and is one of the smallest stadiums in the highest German football division. The club colours of Ingolstadt are red and black which is a combination of the ESV Ingolstadt and MTV Ingolstadt kit. Ingolstadt is known as Die Schanzer by it’s fans. In the club history Ingolstadt didn’t manage to win any prizes. The bigest achievement of the club was on Sunday 17th of May 2015 where the club got promoted to the Bundesliga after beating Red Bull Leipzig and got crowned as the champion of the 2.Bundesliga. The achievements of Ingolstadt are very impressive for a club that is only active since 2004. Currently Ingolstadt doesn’t have any very known players. Manager Ralph-Hasenhuttl does have a legendary status in Ingolstadt being the manager who promoted his club to the Bundesliga.