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The VW machine rolls into Augsburg for the Bundesliga’s Friday night game in a tale of two teams that have really struggled out of the gate so far this season.

The hosts have blown both their games so far this season and have conceded five goals in the process, including a 2-0 loss at home to newly promoted Fortuna Dusseldorf on opening weekend.

Their 3-1 defeat away to Schalke last week was a poor display, and it appears already early on this campaign that they will be fighting relegation as they did last year. Augsburg finished 14th of 18 spots and only seven points safe from the red zone. The club's home record last season was 6-4-7 (W-L-T), while it accrued the most draws in the entire Bundesliga with 14.

So perhaps the draw result at 3.40 is attractive. Those odds could be had over at right now.
The same firm is offering a home win that features Canadian midfielder Marcel De Jong at 2.70, though I wouldn’t count on it.

Despite having defeated Stuttgart 1-0 in its opening match, Wolfsburg hasn’t put its best foot forward as it got destroyed last week at home courtesy of a 4-0 beatdown by Hannover.

Three-time Bundesliga-winning manager Felix Magath will be sure to whip his team into better shape today and will look to his stars which includes Brazilian playmaker Diego and Czech Republic international Vaclav Pilar to deliver the goods.

A Wolfsburg win looks very attractive at 2.50.  The Asian Handicap is set at +0.0 right now so Wolfsburg is at 1.96 when you take the draw out of the equation.

With Wolves games last year producing one of the highest totals of any top four league club with an average of 3.15 per match, look to the Over 2.5 in this one as well which can be had for 1.86.

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