Can Borussia M’gladbach dream of winning the Bundesliga this season

Can Borussia M’gladbach dream of winning the Bundesliga this season? Nobody can stop them of doing this, of course. But they are pretty good so far. Right now Die Fohlen are leading the standings with 31 points, being one point ahead of the second RB Leipzig. They have won 10 of their 14 games so far and they are a real contender. Can they continue their brilliant performance against Wolfsburg on Sunday? Let’s discuss this in our soccer matches tomorrow.

Marco Rose’s work at Borussia M’gladbach this season deserves a lot of praise. His team’s current form is also impressive, because Die Fohlen won four of their last five games in the Bundesliga. They only lost their visit to the newcomers Union Berlin, which was a huge surprise.

Last week Borussia M’gladbach proved their worth and ambition to win the title by beating the reigning champion Bayern Munich. The hosts dominated at the Borussia-Park and the opener by Ivan Perisic didn’t scare them. The big hero for Borussia was Rami Bensebaini, who scored both goals in Manuel Neuer’s net.

But let’s talk about some negative things as well. During the week Borussia M’gladbach said goodbye to Europa League after they lost with 1-2 their home game against Istanbul Basaksehir. They needed just a draw to progress, but the Turkish side scored a winner in the 90th minute and kicked them out of the competition.

Wolfsburg are in a terrible shape right now and this game against the leader do not come in the best possible moment for them. Right now the Wolves are 9th in the league, but they have lost four of their last five games.

Last week Wolfsburg suffered their fourth defeat for the season. They visited Freiburg, but a late winner by Jonathan Schmid secured the three points for the hosts.

In our soccer matches tomorrow we expect a great game between Wolfsburg and Borussia M’gladbach. The visitors will try to keep the leadership in the Bundesliga, but the Wolves are eager to make some improvement regarding their recent results.