Competition: Bundesliga Date: Saturday 5th November 2016 Venue: Schwarzwald-Stadion Kick-Off: 14:30 GMT
Freiburg are without injured trio Marc-Oliver Kempf, Havard Nielsen and Karim Guede, whilst Manuel Gulde is rated as a doubt.
Wolfsburg welcome Jeffrey Bruma back from suspension but continue to have a wealth of injury absentees, with five first-team members sidelined.
Freiburg have shown themselves to be a force at home this season, winning all four of their matches at home in the Bundesliga thus far, and have improved on the road too, securing their first away victory of the season last time out against Werder Bremen.
That makes the task for Wolfsburg even more difficult and the fact they’ve not won any of their eight matches since the opening day of the season is a real cause for concern. Whilst they do have returning members to their first-team, it’s unlikely we’ll see an away victory here.
Freiburg will be favourites and will want a victory to consolidate their spot in the top-half of the table, whilst Wolfsburg look destined to enter another international break with a wealth of problems to solve.
Schwolow, Stenzel, Torrejon, Soyuncu, Gunter, Frantz, Hofler, Abrashi, Grifo, Philipp, Niederlechner
Casteels, Blaszczykowski, Bruma, Rodriguez, Gerhardt, Arnold, Gustavo, Caligiuri, Didavi, Draxler, Gomez
Freiburg have won their last 5 home matches in the Bundesliga, including all four this season.
Wolfsburg have lost 5 of their last 6 matches in the Bundesliga.