Manager Fink will most likely stick to the 4-3-1-2 system that won the game against Schalke. With Rafael van der Vaart and Tolgay Arslan both out, he has some problems in attacking midfield.
Jeffrey Bruma could replace the injured Marcell Jansen at left-back, if Dennis Aogo keeps his spot in midfield.
Heung-Min Son is still doubtful and could start on the bench, with Maximilian Beister and Artjoms Rudnevs in good form.
Wolfsburg have lost their second game under interim manager Köstner at Gladbach during the week. They want to continue their positive run from before against Hamburg now, but need to work on their organisation again.
Hamburg have surprisingly won against Schalke in their last home game, but injuries, suspensions and a new system are difficult to handle at the moment.
Expect this to be an open game with several chances on both sides.
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