On May 18th, Beijing time, at 2:30 pm, on May 17th, at 20:30, 17/18 season. The Bundesliga downgrading playoff Wolfsburg vs. Kiel started the game and Wolfsburg vs. Kiel.
10 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses in 10 games in Wolfsburg.
Kier Goldstein's 10 games, 5 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss. /p>
Points to the game
1. Are relegation madmen continuing to renew their lives?
In the just-concluded Bundesliga closing game, Wolfsburg scored 4-1 at home in Cologne, and since the direct competitor Freiburg successfully won in Augsburg, Wolfsburg has only The Bundesliga place was sought through a lift-off playoff match. This is their second consecutive season to participate in the lifting class playoffs, two rounds of killing Braunschweig last season, the team hopes to repeat this season. Wolfsburg once participated in the lifting class play-offs 19 times and won 14 times. Among them, nearly 8 times won 7 times, which is relegation madness.
2. Team's attack recovery?
The last round match against Cologne was one of the best offensive games played by Wolfsburg this season. It only created 4 shots and shot 8 shots at 40%. The dazzling victory of the game completely boosted the team's morale and confidence. In this playoff game, Wolfsburg must have a better performance.
Wolfsburg won the Bundesliga runner-up and the German Cup in the 2014/15 season. The rankings for the next three seasons have been declining year by year, but the lineup strength is still higher than that of Kiel. And the biggest score in the team's history was a 9-1 victory over Kiel in 1986. As long as the game continues to play bleeding, the home game should not be a problem.
3. Kiel's offensive firepower
Kiel has participated in the lifting class playoffs for the first time in history. He upgraded from DPP to Deb last season. Seoul is bound to shock the German football and open up a new chapter in the club. After early locking of the German Bundesliga, Kiel played a big rotation for the lineup at the end of last weekend, but still played a convincing performance, 6-2 at home.Big win over Braunschweig. In the last 3 games, Kiel scored a total of 12 goals, averaging 4 goals per game.
Kiel is an offensive team and scored 71 goals after 34 games this season, averaging 2 goals per game. The lack of defense is generally a common problem for the Bundesliga team. Kyle lost 1.29 goals per game and tied for the fourth match against Debian B. He has not been able to maintain his last four games. He lost 25 goals in 44 games. Like Wolfsburg, Kiel's draw rate this season is also high, with 34 games ending in 14 games and Wolfsburg in 15 games. Since the end of October last year, Kiel has won only two games in 12 games, and the guest is unable to win.
Fort Wolfsburg: First-served backup< P> 1 (Goalkeeper) Castigls 5 (Defender) Bruma
2 (Rightback) F. Williams 13 (Leftback) Y. Gerhardt
31 (Center) Knocke 9 (center) L. DiMatte
25 (center) Brooks 16 (right midfield) Blaschikovsky
3 (Right Defender) Wieheich 17 (Center) Felix 24 (center) Arnold 37 (back) Rex Baek
23 (Back Waist) Nervogu 20 (Goalkeeper) Glenn
21 (Left) Blake Carlo
10 (Forequarter) Marley
8 (Right Middle Field) R. Stephane
14 (Center) D.Origih
Kier: First-served backup
18 (Goalkeeper) Clone Hullerman 22 (Back Waist) Atangan Karazhan
15 (Left back) Van den Berg 27 (right midfielder) K. Shujiena
5 (midfield) Schweitzer 21 (Center defender) Scheiderschlag 4 (Center) Hoheneder 34 (Goalkeeper) L. Gullus
7 (Right Defender) Hidinginger 10 (Forward) Duke Shi
13 (Low back) Petz 11 (Left midfield) Janzel 2) (Left back) Arnskor 9 (Right Feng Weilante
8 (midfielder) Mehlin
23 (front waist) Du Hoos
17 (Left wing) Steven
14 (Forward) A. Hiddle