Two-time winners Wolfsburg meet a Servette team hoping to recover from defeat by Juventus.
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Wolfsburg go in search of their first Group A victory against Servette having been denied a win in added time in the thrilling 3-3 Matchday 1 draw with Chelsea.
• Die Wölfinnen fought back from going behind to Sam Kerr's 12th-minute opener to race into a 3-1 lead just after the interval, but were pegged back through goals from Beth England and former Wolfsburg favourite Pernille Harder, the latter in the second of four added second-half minutes.
• Swiss champions Servette are in the hunt for their first points in the section after a 3-0 defeat against Juventus in the opening round of group matches.
• Goalkeeper Inês Pereira saved a 27th-minute Andrea Stašková penalty with the game still goalless, and substitute Natalia Padilla Bidas headed against the woodwork a minute after the Bianconere had made it 2-0 through Lina Hurtig just after the hour mark. Fifteen-year-old Ines Sebayang came on as a 76th minute replacement for Les Grenat.
Ones to watch: Wolfsburg
• The 19-year-old supplied two assists in Die Wölfinnen’s 3-3 group opener against Chelsea, one of two players to do so on Matchday 1, along with Barcelona’s Asisat Oshoala.
• The midfielder is in her second campaign with the club, having joined from first club Essen in 2020, and was part of the side that lifted the DFB-Pokal Frauen last season.
• She chipped in with 12 goals in all competitions in 2020/21, with only Zsanett Jakabfi (17) netting more for the She-Wolves last term.
• Oberdorf was named the best player as her Germany side lifted the 2017 UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship, converting her penalty in the 3-1 final shoot-out win against Spain following a 0-0 draw.
• The 24-year-old scored Wolfsburg's second in the 3-3 Matchday 1 draw away to Chelsea, to make it two goals in three UEFA competition appearances this term.
• She joined Die Wölfinnen in May, signing for the club from Women's Super League outfit Arsenal where she had spent two years.
• The midfielder began her career in her homeland with FC Twente – the club her father, Rene, represented – where she finished as leading Eredivisie scorer in 2016, before spending two years with Bayern (2017–19).
• The Dutch international won the UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship with her nation in 2014, and scooped the senior title three years later.
• The 25-year-old, who hit two goals in the 3-3 draw against Chelsea, was one of just two players to net more than once in a Matchday 1 outing, along with Hoffenheim's Tine De Caigny.
• She opened her Wolfsburg account at the sixth time of asking in the 2-2 draw at Freiburg on 2 October, before her double against the Blues.
• The forward, who came through the youth ranks at Hoffenheim, joined Die Wölfinnen ahead of this campaign, with the deal announced in January of this year.
• The Germany international, who made her bow for her country at senior level in September last year, completed a master's degree in psychology before signing for her current club.
Ones to watch: Servette
Jade Boho Sayo
• The 35-year-old, who came off in the 88th minute in the 3-0 Matchday 1 defeat against Juventus, joined the Geneva-based side in the summer, penning a one-year deal after three years with Spanish outfit Logroño.
• The forward hit the ground running by scoring in three of her four appearances in the qualifying campaign for this group stage.
• She spent the bulk of her career across two spells with Rayo Vallecano, with whom she experienced this competition over a decade ago.
• The Equatorial Guinea international also had brief spells in England with both Reading and Chelsea, before returning to the Primera División with Madrid CFF.
Natalia Padilla Bidas
• The 18-year-old's header crashed against the upright just three minutes after making her entrance as a 63rd minute substitute in the 3-0 Matchday 1 loss to Juventus.
• The forward joined Les Grenat in January 2021 from hometown side Málaga.
• She represents Poland at senior international level, having made her bow earlier this year, qualifying for the nation via her mother.
• The 22-year-old, who saved Andrea Stašková's 27th-minute spot kick in the 3-0 Matchday 1 reverse against Juventus, became the first signing of the summer for Les Grenat when joining from Sporting CP in June.
• The goalkeeper has started all five matches in the UEFA Women's Champions League so far this season, including qualifying, keeping a clean sheet in her first two outings.
• She joined Sporting CP from first club Estoril Praia in 2016, and went on to lift the Campeonato Nacional Feminino in her first two campaigns with the Lisbon outfit.
• Wolfsburg have won nine of their last ten home UEFA Women’s Champions League matches, including each of the last five.
• Wolfsburg have lost just three of their previous 31 home UEFA Women's Champions League matches (two vs Lyon, one vs Paris).
• Wolfsburg have scored two or more goals in each of their last 12 home UEFA Women's Champions League matches.
• Wolfsburg have only failed to score in one of their previous 31 home UEFA Women's Champions League matches.
• There has been a total of 16 goals scored in Wolfsburg's three UEFA Women's Champions League matches this season.
• Servette have won each of their last three UEFA Women's Champions League matches outside of Switzerland.