Borussia Dortmund vs. Wolfsburg: This will be a tough matchup for the home team as the visitors sit directly above them on the league table.
Borussia Dortmund’s Marcel Sabitzer had to leave the game against PSG within the initial 14 minutes due to a groin issue.
Consequently, he’ll join Thomas Meunier (hamstring) and Mateu Morey (knee) as absentees.
For the upcoming match on Saturday, Terzic might shift from the 3-5-2 to the preferred 4-3-3 formation.
Expectations are that Ramy Bensebaini will reclaim his position as left-back, taking over from Niklas Sule.
The right-back spot could go to either Marius Wolf or Julian Ryerson.
On the Wolfsburg side, both Kilian Fischer and Lukas Nmecha—the elder sibling of BVB’s Felix—won’t be playing as they’re recuperating from knee setbacks.
Wind has showcased a remarkable performance this season, notching six goals in just five matches.
The Danish forward is predicted to be at the forefront once more, getting offensive assistance from Patrick Wimmer, Lovro Majer, and Yannick Gerhardt.
While Dortmund dominated Wolfsburg in their recent home games, Saturday’s match may be more competitive.
At this point in the season, both teams appear closely matched.
Following their recent European setback, Terzic will be motivating his Dortmund team for a strong comeback.
Given their potency upfront, it seems Dortmund could clinch all three points.
Possible Starting Lineup
Kobel; Ryerson, Hummels, Schlotterbeck, Bensebaini; Nmecha, Can, Brandt; Malen, Fullkrug, Adeyemi
Casteels; Maehle, Lacroix, Jenz, Rogerio; Svanberg, Arnold; Wimmer, Majer, Gerhardt; Wind