We're into five minutes of added time here.
GOAL RULED OUT!
Referee Tobias Stieler and the Video-Assistant have overturned the goal with Joao Victor in an offside position when the ball was played into the box.
VICTOR FINDS THE GOAL!
Arnold is on and curls a cross into the box. It's flicked on through Weghorst and Jedvaj and lands at the feet of Victor who pokes it into the bottom corner. VAR is checking to see if it's a legal goal.
GOAL STILL POSSIBLE
The home side are still piling on the pressure here with balls into the box for the Augsburg defence to deal with. But the away side are also counter-attacking, as Niederlechner blazes a ball over the bar from the edge of the box.
A GOAL IN EVERY GAME... SO FAR!
Wolfsburg have scored in each Bundesliga game so far this season but are in threat of losing that record at home here and missing out on the chance of going to the top of the Bundesliga. Unless things can change in these final 10 minutes.
NOW A RICHTER FREE-KICK
The German forward now has the change from a set-piece in a central position. He hits it past the post, but it's a simple one for Pervan to save low down to his left.
A WILLIAM FREE-KICK...
The Brazilian curls an effort goalwards from a central position, but it's straight down the throat of Koubek in the Augsburg goal.
NEITHER SIDE FIRING IN THE FINAL THIRD
Both defences have looked solid and the midfield battle has been an entertaining one, but neither side's attack has been able to combine well in the opposition final third. A frustrating day for natural-born finishers like Weghorst and Finnbogason.
PERVAN PROVING HIMSELF
Augsburg's wingers have sent a few teasing crosses into the home side's box so far this second half, but Pervan has been equal to them in and around his box.
Oliver Glasner introduces some more Brazilian flair to his attack with Joao Victor coming on in place of Felix Klaus. Can he inject something new into this Wolfsburg attack?
BRUMA HEADS WIDE
The defender is up for a corner but can't connect properly at the back post. That's been the story of Wolfsburg's day in front of goal so far in which star striker Wout Weghorst has yet to have an attempt on goal.
ROUSSILLON WITH A CRUCIAL TACKLE
Augsburg break down the left and Niederlechner brings it into the middle. He clips the ball through for Finnbogason, but he's tracked by Roussillon who first forces him wide and then wins the ball back superbly in the box. The Frenchman showing off his defensive quality.
NIEDERLECHNER FLUFFS HIS LINES
Lovely interplay between Max and Vargas down the left sends the Swiss winger in behind and running into the box from the left wing. He plays the ball to Niederlechner who has space in front of him and support to his right, but he mistimes his shot and it rolls into the hands of Pervan.
The second half begins without a change to either side.
QUICK START CALMED DOWN
It was a lightning start to proceedings in Wolfsburg with a thoroughly enjoyable opening 20 minutes or so. Chances came and went for both sides, with Klaus and Vargas both going close, but the game fell into a game of defensive strength from that point on. It all makes sense considering Wolfsburg's low number of goals scored and their fantastic defence.
AUGSBURG LOOKING GOOD
Despite their inconsistent performances so far this season you could argue that the away side have been the better of the two so far in Wolfsburg. Vargas is causing the Wolfsburg defence plenty of problems, while Wout Weghorst's supply is being contained by the defence.
WILLIAM THE THREAT
As he so often does, the Brazilian wing-back is making brilliant runs in behind the Augsburg defence which are being spotted by Guilavogui and Gerhardt from the middle of the park. The Wolfsburg wing-back pair are such weapons.
Augsburg have enjoyed more of the ball in the last 10 minutes and look confident in keeping it, while Wolfsburg are working on their counter-play with the supporting runs of William and Roussillon providing options on either flank. So far, both sides handling each other well.
NIEDERLECHNER WITH A CHANCE
His striker partner has the ball on the edge of the box and could go for goal himself, but instead plays the ball through the Wolfsburg defence for Niederlechner. He's falling as he shoots, and the effort is a tame one which is handled well by Pervan from the edge of the box.
The home side are allowing Augsburg to keep the ball in their own defence when they have it, but as soon as the ball reaches the Wolves' half it's a different story. The pressing game from Guilavogui, Roussillon and the rest is in full flow here.
KLAUS IN AGAIN
Weghorst's flick sends Klaus in on goal again, this time with some defensive pressure around him from Augsburg. He's forced into an early shot at goal from the edge of the box but slices it wide of the mark. End-to-end stuff here in the opening quarter of the game.
VARGAS GOES CLOSE
The Swiss international is found in behind the Wolfsburg defence down the left after a goal kick and he shoots at goal, but Pervan is equal to it.
KLAUS IN ONE-ON-ONE!
A loss of possession down the right gives Brekalo the chance to break. He quickly plays Klaus in behind and he is racing away on goal ahead of Jedvaj. He reaches Koubek and shoots at goal, but the ball bounces off the 'keeper and back onto him before going over the bar.
WILLIAM WITH THE OPENING CHANCE
Lovely work from Roussillon on the left as he receives a past from Gerhardt and turns past the defender in one movement. He crosses to the back post of Augsburg's box where William meets the ball, but his header finds the hands of Koubek.
UNDERWAY IN WOLFSBURG
Loud and proud atmosphere from the home support in Wolfsburg as we get things underway.
MAD STAT OF THE DAY...
Despite being 10 points better off than their visitors today, Wolfsburg have scored just ONE more goal than Augsburg through eight games of the Bundesliga season. They have conceded 16 goals fewer than the Bavarian side, which is the telling difference between the two clubs.
AN END TO AUGSBURG WOES....
Martin Schmidt's side are one of only two teams to have recorded just a single Bundesliga win so far in 2019/20. Augsburg do, however, have the draw at home last week to Bayern to build from and will be looking to leap out of the relegation zone today with another healthy result. This comes ahead of crucial games vs. Paderborn and Cologne in the coming month.
WOLFSBURG TO GO TOP?
Oliver Glasner's side have the chance to go top of the table, at least for a few hours, should they take all three points this afternoon. The Wolves have the league's best defence and are also the only unbeaten side remaining in the Bundesliga.
AUGSBURG GO OLD SCHOOL
After his goal from the bench to equalise against Bayern Munich last time out, Alfred Finnbogason starts today for Augsburg alongside Florian Niederlchener. Marco Richter and Ruben Vargas provide attacking intent on the wings, with Daniel Baier and Rani Khedira in midfield. Reece Oxford is not involved today due to flu.
The USA international is back in the Wolfsburg starting line-up today to face Augsburg. He joins Jeffrey Bruma and Marcel Tisserand in the Bundesliga's best defence so far this season which has conceded just five goals. In attack, Felix Klaus is preferred to Joao Victor while Maximilian Arnold is only fit enough for the bench.
WOLFSBURG STARTING LINE-UP!
Pervan – Bruma, Brooks, Tisserand – William, Guilavogui (c), Gerhardt, Roussillon – Klaus, Weghorst, Brekalo (SUBS: Menzel, Steffen, Malli, Mbabu, Nmecha, Arnold, Knoche, Rexhbecaj, Victor)
AUGSBURG STARTING LINE-UP!
Koubek – Lichtsteiner, Jedvaj, Uduokhai, Max – Richter, Baier, Khedira, Vargas – Niederlechner, Finnbogason (SUBS: Luthe, Gouweleeuw, Cordova, Gregoritsch, Moravek, Schieber, Iago, Hahn, Framberger)
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