Hertha Berlin are eyeing up a spot outside of the relegation zone this weekend when Wolfsburg visit the Olympiastadion as the Wolves head into this clash in Berlin with their dreams of returning to the Champions League still strong.
Wolfsburg are in fantastic form over the past few games, losing to only Augsburg in the past 13 outings - Union Berlin beat them back in September in what is the longest unbeaten run in German football.
In this run, they’ve managed to barely let in a goal and beat sides like Borussia Dortmund. Last time out, they hammered Freiburg 6-0 in what is easily their best result of the season.
Patrick Wimmer managed to score after one minute, before Jonas Wind netted a first half brace. Yannick Gerhardt scored once more in the second half, as Ridle Baku and Luca Wildschmidt scored later on to in that game.
As for Hertha, they head into this game with just 14 points on the board and a place behind Stuttgart in the relegation play-off spot. They are also one point behind Augsburg in 15th and do not look like getting out of the danger zone anytime soon.