Wolfsburg's midfielder Julian Draxler celebrates after scoring during the UEFA Champions League football match between Gent and Wolfsburg at Ghelamco Arena in Ghent on February 17, 2016. AFP / BELGA / YORICK JANSENS
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VfL Wolfsburg are confident their recent good form can carry them past Gent Tuesday and into the Champions League quarterfinals for the first time.Wolfsburg, last season's runners-up and German Cup winners, seem to have recovered from their slump earlier in the campaign in time for the biggest European game in the club's history.Julian Draxler, who scored against both Gent and Gladbach, limped off Saturday midway through the second half but is expected to be fit for Tuesday.Gent slipped two points behind Belgian league leaders Club Bruges after a 1-1 draw with second-bottom OH Leuven Friday. Gent failed to find a winner despite their opponents having their goalkeeper sent off.
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