Hoffenheim turn the tables
Maximilian Beier scored on his first Bundesliga start for Hoffenheim, who made it two wins in a row with a second successive come from behind victory, Wolfsburg the victims of the Sinsheimers' fighting spirit on Matchday 3.
A late flurry of chances for Wolfsburg, as Baku is this time thwarted.
Kaminski header saved
Chance for Kaminski to halve the arrears, but his effort is well held.
Hoffenheim double their advantage!
Breathing space Die Kraichgauer! Skov is the scorer this time, curling a lovely effort into the far corner, via the post, after some good work from Kramaric.
Beier completes the comeback!
Hoffenheim have turned this game around, and it's Beier who puts them in front! He doesn't catch it perfectly, but it's enough to find the back of the net.
Cerny misses the target!
The winger shoots wide from a promising position. Still all square!
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Brooks levels things up!
An unlikely goalscorer, the centre-back finishes off a nice Hoffenheim move with a first-time tap-in.
Wolfsburg move in front!
The visitors have the lead through Tiago Tomas! He has found in plenty of space, and finishes beyond Baumann with aplomb.
There have been few clear-cut chances in this one as the two teams continue to cancel each other out.
Wolfsburg on top early on
Still all square in Sinsheim so far, but the visitors have looked the more threatening.
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Hoffenheim starting XI
Baumann (c) - Szalai, Vogt, Brooks - Bebou, Prömel, Grillitsch, Bülter - Kramaric - Beier, Weghorst
Noll, Berisha, Justvan, Samassekou, Becker, Skov, Nsoki, Bischof, Quarshie
Wolfsburg starting XI
Casteels - Maehle, Lacroix, Zesiger, Rogerio - Svanberg, Arnold (c), Majer - Cerny, Wind, Tomas
Pervan, Schulze, Vranckx, Sarr, Baku, Kaminski, Jenz, Gerhardt, Paredes
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Weghorst faces familiar foes
Hoffenheim striker Wout Weghorst is all set to face his former side Wolfsburg for the first time. The Dutch forward - on loan at TSG from English side Burnley - scored 70 goals in 144 games for Wolfsburg between 2018 and 2022.
Who's in, who's out, who's a doubt? Find out the likely line-ups for this Matchday 3 encounter right here!!
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That winning feeling
While visitors Wolfsburg go into this game as one of five teams to have a 100 per cent record in the division after two games, Hoffenheim's tails are also up following last weekend's incredible late fightback that saw Heidenheim's hopes dashed in their maiden home Bundesliga game.
If Hoffenheim or Wolfsburg are your teams, you've come to the right place. Settle in and let bundesliga.com guide through to Saturday's Matchday 3 encounter between two sides high on morale.