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WEGHORST THE HERO AGAIN
The big Dutchman now has nine goals in his last eight Bundesliga matches as the Wolves climb to fourth, for the time being at least, with their fifth win of the season. They had to come from behind, but overall it's a deserved victory for the Wolves.
FIRST OUTING SINCE FEBRUARY
William comes on for a brief cameo after recovering from a cruciate ligament injury.
FOUR MORE MINUTES
There'll be four minutes of stoppage time, as Frankfurt bring on Younes for Ilsanker in a bid to grab a late equaliser.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
WEGHORST AT THE DOUBLE!
Have the Wolves snatched a win? Schlager's slide-rule pass into the box is perfect for Weghorst, who squeezes an angled shot on the turn past Trapp and into the net!
Frankfurt want to win this one, bringing on Barkok for Rode and Da Costa for Durm; both newcomers are more attack-minded than the teammates they're replacing.
Danny da Costa
Wolfsburg have had more chances and more shots, but Frankfurt have been more clinical so far.
FRANKFURT MORE EFFICIENT
ABRAHAM CLEARS OFF THE LINE
Bialek gets his head to a cross into the middle, and Trapp is wrong-footed, stranded in the middle of his goal. Luckily for him, Abraham is there to scoop it off the line.
That's his eighth goal of the season and his best ever run in the Bundesliga, having found the net in each of his last five outings. Game on!
PENALTY TO WOLFSBURG!
Philipp's attempted cross from the right hits Ilsanker on the hand and the referee points to the spot. Weghorst is going to take it...
Kamada brings down Arnold just outside the Frankfurt box, and the Wolfsburg midfielder steps up to take the set-piece himself. He delivers a fierce strike at goal, but Trapp gets down well to his left to keep it out.
NO REASON TO PANIC
Wolfsburg have drawn four games and won one after falling behind in the Bundesliga season, earning more points from losing positions than any other side.
Wolfsburg coach Glasner shakes up his attack, bringing on young attacker Bialek for Brekalo.
Having been second best for most of the game, that goal has understandably given Frankfurt a lift. Kamada goes close to adding a second with a nice run into the box behind the defence, but Brooks recovers well to block his path to goal.
FOURTH OF THE SEASON
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COOL AS YOU LIKE
Dost calmly slots the ball low into the middle of the goal from the penalty spot, with Casteels having dived off to the right. It's against the run of play, but Frankfurt lead!
PENALTY TO FRANKFURT!
The visitors have a spot-kick and the chance to take the lead. Dost to take...
The referee checks the pitchside monitor for a possible penalty for Frankfurt after Hinteregger went to ground following a challenge from Brooks.
John Anthony Brooks
The Wolfsburg midfielder is shown a yellow card for bringing down Sow in the middle of the pitch, stopping a Frankfurt counter-attack.
WOLFSBURG DENIED BY TRAPP DOUBLE SAVE
The Wolves have their best chances almost immediately! Philipp draws a good save from Trapp with a low shot from just inside the box, and when the rebound falls to Weghorst over to the left, Trapp gets up in time to keep out the Dutchman's follow-up shot!
OVER FROM KOSTIC!
Frankfurt should be in the lead after another fast break, again led by Kamada. He times his pass perfectly into the run of Kostic, who breaks into the box. He shoots from 12 yards out on his weaker right foot, but blazes it well over.
SOW WITH THE FIRST SHOT
A nice move from Frankfurt on the break. Kamada works the ball to the right to Durm, who delivers a cross into the box at pace. Sow arrives with a late run to meet it, but doesn't make a clean connection on the ball and it doesn't really trouble Casteels.
Neither side has really settled into their stride yet after the break. Attacks are breaking down in the final third and plenty of passes are going astray.
LACROIX GOES DOWN
The Wolfsburg centre-back holds his knee in pain after stretching to intercept a ball forward and landing awkwardly. He looks like he's going to try to run it off though.
Frankfurt get the ball rolling at the Volkswagen Arena once more.
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LACROIX AN INCH AWAY
Arnold whips in a teasing corner from the right. Lacroix times his run almost to perfection to meet it, but is just a fraction too late to get his head on the ball inside the six-yard box.
PHILIPP ALMOST THROUGH
Brekalo spies Philipp's run into the box and plays a superb pass for hiim to chase. Just as he's about to shoot, Durm slides in to clear though.
This is Frankfurt's best move of the half as the ball is swept wide to the right to Durm. He charges forward, cuts inside onto his left foot and shoots from the edge of the area. It's a decent enough effort, but lacks both the power and precision to beat Casteels from there.
NDICKA OFF THE LINE!
Baku flick's a path into Philipp's run. He gets a shot away that deflects off Trapp but is still heading in... but Ndicka gets back to head it off the line!
Having been on the back foot for most of the half, the away side are starting to get forward a bit more now, although they haven't seriously threatened to get anywhere near Casteels' goal yet.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Neat interplay down the right from Mbabu, Baku and Brekalo, who reads a disguised pass from Baku to get behind the defence. He tries to shoot, but a defender slides in to block.
Philipp plays a nice ball into Weghorst's path, and this time he does control it well. He shoots early from the edge of the box, but doesn't get much power behind it and Trapp makes a comfortable save.
WEGHORST ALMOST IN!
Schlager dinks a ball over the Frankfurt defence towards Weghorst, who's peeled off Hinteregger's shoulder. Hinteregger sticks out a leg to clear, but misses the ball entirely, seemingly catching Weghorst off guard as it drops at his feet and he can't control it.
TRAPP KEEPS OUT MBABU!
Mbabu makes a nuisance of himself again, rising at the back post to head Arnold's corner goalwards. Trapp gets down to his left quickly to make a good save.
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MBABU CAUSING TROUBLE
Mbabu pushes high up the Wolfsburg right again and nips in to intercept Kostic's attempted pass inside to a teammate. He crosses into the middle once more, but the visitors have numbers back and are able to clear.
WELL OFF TARGET FROM ARNOLD
Arnold tries one of his knuckleball free-kicks, but doesn't catch the ball quite right and it sails harmlessly out of play.
Baku just gets to the ball ahead of Ndicka, who makes the foul on the right just outside his own penalty area. He had to really; Baku would've been through on goal otherwise.
The home team have had more possession (54 per cent), completed more passes, run further and won more tackles than Frankfurt so far.
WOLVES ON TOP
SCHLAGER HITS THE POST!
It's been all Wolfsburg so far and they very nearly take the lead as Schlager's deflected shot from the edge of the area bounces over Trapp, only to hit the post and be hooked clear!
BRILLIANT FROM MBABU
Mbabu plays a nice one-two on the right wing with Baku and then gets to the byline, where Rode comes charging in to tackle him. Mbabu skips past him with some nice skill though and attempts to cross into the middle. The box is too crowded though, and Frankfurt clear.
The Wolfsburg centre-back is lying on the ground, seemingly in a bit of discomfort after landing awkwardly on his back after going up for a header. He's receiving some treatment, but looks like he'll be ok to continue.
NICE FROM ROUSSILLON
The Wolfsburg left-back jinks past his marker on the left and instantly swings a cross into the middle, looking for the height of Weghorst. It's a decent delivery, but a Frankfurt head gets to it first to clear.
HERE WE GO!
Matchday 11 gets under way!
Frankfurt have shared the points more than any other side in the Bundesliga this season (seven), while Wolfsburg are second in that particularly ranking with six. No other club has drawn more than five times. Will we have a winner here?
TEAM NEWS - WOLFSBURG
With Renato Steffen sidelined by a groin injury sustained during shooting practice in training during the week, Swiss compatriot Kevin Mbabu makes his first Bundesliga appearance of 2020/21 following injury. He is likely to slot in at right-back, which will likely mean that Ridle Baku - who has deputised for him superbly in recent week - plays further forward in midfield. Brazilian defender William is on the bench for the first time since damaging his cruciate ligament earlier this year.
TEAM NEWS - FRANKFURT
The big news is obviously the absence of top scorer and star forward Andre Silva, who misses out here with a muscle complaint. Bas Dost starts up top instead. Aymen Barkok is on the bench, as head coach Adi Hütter swaps his creativity for more grit in midfield in the shape of Stefan Ilsanker.
WOLFSBURG STARTING LINE-UP
Casteels (c) - Mbabu, Lacroix, Brooks, Roussillon - Baku, Schlager, Arnold - Brekalo, Weghorst, Philipp
Pervan, William, Otavio, Klaus, Bialek, Gerhardt, Ginczek, Siersleben, Victor
FRANKFURT STARTING LINE-UP
Trapp - Abraham (c), Hinteregger, N’Dicka - Durm, Sow, Ilsanker, Rode, Kostic - Kamada - Dost
Schubert, Zuber, Toure, Hasebe, Chandler, Da Costa, Barkok, Kohr, Younes
WATCH: WOLVES IN THE HOUSE
Here you will find the most important information on the game between VfL Wolfsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt on Matchday 11 of the 2020/21 Bundesliga season.