Wolfsburg’s Wout Weghorst scored 2 second-half goals in the second half on Friday to defeat visiting Frankfurt 2:1. Frankfurt’s Bas Dost, who once played for Wolfsburg, scored the match’s first goal on a penalty in the 63rd minute, and the rest of the match belonged to Weghorst, whose goals came in the 76th minute on a penalty and again in the 88th minute. The victory further extends Wolfsburg’s unbeaten start to the season and lifts the club into 4th place in the table going into the rest of the weekend’s matches. Weghorst is the club’s leading scorer this season, with 9 goals, and has found the net in each of his last 5 games. He has also converted 9 of his 10 Bundesliga penalties. Saturday will feature 2 matches each between 2 clubs at the other end of the table, when Mainz host Köln and Freiburg host Bielefeld. Mainz lost to Bielefeld last weekend, their 7th in 10 league contests so far this season, and a loss to the Billy Goats could lead the club in last place. While Köln have just once so far this season, that win came against Borussia Dortmund, and they also managed to hold Wolfsburg to a 2:2 draw. Statistically, there are a couple potential bright spots for Mainz on Saturday: their record of 7 wins out of 9 at home against Köln is Mainz’ best against any club in the league, and they have an overall 8 clean sheets against Köln. Add to those records the scoring prowess of Jean-Philippe Mateta, who is third in the scorers’ table with 7. Freiburg, meanwhile, are just 1 point above promoted Bielefeld, and have not won since the first weekend, against Stuttgart. They do, however, boast consecutive draws with Augsburg and Borussia Mönchengladbach. Freiburg will have to hold off Bielefeld’s Ritsu Doan, who contributed to the club’s 2:1 victory over Mainz last weekend. Doan also managed to score earlier in the season against Bayern. If Mainz can defeat Freiburg on Saturday, they will pull ahead of their opponents in the table, and would win consecutive 1. Bundesliga matches for the first time since the end of the 2006/7 season. Looking ahead to Sunday, football fans will look to see what happens to the league’s other struggling team, FC Schalke 04, when they travel to Augsburg. While Augsburg have only recorded 2 wins so far this season, they will be counting on Ruben Vargas, as the team is undefeated in each game where Vargas has found the net. Schalke have not won in 26 consecutive Bundesliga matches, and have collected just 3 points in 10 matches.