Bundesliga Opta Facts: 5th & 6th November
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Mainz v Stuttgart
Mainz have only won one of their 10 BL games against Stuttgart (three draws, six defeats).
FSV are winless in nine league games (three draws, six defeats) - currently the longest run of its kind in the German top flight.
Mainz have the worst home record in the Bundesliga this term, taking only three of an available 18 points from their six games at Coface-Arena.
Stuttgart are unbeaten in five games in all competitions (three wins, two draws) and have only suffered one defeat in their last seven league matches (four wins, two draws).
Mainz have already dropped 16 points from winning positions this season - more than any other team in the Bundesliga.
FSV have lost their last five Bundesliga games on home soil, something that has never happened to them before in the Bundesliga.
Dortmund v Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg have lost more than half of their 28 Bundesliga meetings with Dortmund (six wins, seven draws, 15 defeats).
The Wolves have won none and lost three of their last four league games against Borussia.
The reigning German champions are unbeaten in five games in the league and have won more points (13 out of the available 15) from the last five games than any other team in the league.
Dortmund have only lost one of their last 21 Bundesliga home games (16 wins, four draws) and have enjoyed shut-out victories in their last three competitive matches at Signal-Iduna-Park.
The Wolves have only taken one point from their last five BL away games.
BVB striker Robert Lewandowski has scored at least once in each of Dortmund's last four Bundesliga games on home soil.
Bremen v Köln
Köln are winless against at Werder in the Bundesliga in over 15 years. They enjoyed their last victory in Bremen in December 1995 and have lost nine and drawn eight of their 17 BL outings at Werder since then.
In total, Köln have already suffered 26 defeats at Weserstadion - against no other team have the Billy goats lost that many away games in the German top flight.
Werder have won four of their last five BL home games this season, but lost their last league match at Weserstadion (0-2 against Dortmund).
Köln have conceded three goals or more in four of their five Bundesliga away games this term.
Claudio Pizarro has scored seven of Werder's last 11 league goals.
German international Lukas Podolski has netted seven of Köln's last 10 BL goals.
Nürnberg v Freiburg
Freiburg and Nürnberg have both only accrued three out of the available 18 points from their last six league games.
Since once again winning promotion to the top flight in 2009, Freiburg are unbeaten against Nürnberg in the league (three wins, one draw).
FCN have only won one of their last nine BL outings at easyCredit-Stadion (five draws, three defeats).
SCF have lost six of their last seven league fixtures (one win).
Nürnberg have gone seven games without a clean sheet - only Hamburg have currently gone longer without shutting their opponents out (15 games).
Freiburg have the worst away record in the Bundesliga having only taken one out of the possible 15 points from their five games on the road this term.
Hoffenheim v Kaiserslautern
Lautern have won none and lost three of their previous four league meetings with Hoffenheim.
Only Augsburg (eight) have so far netted fewer goals than the Red Devils this season (nine).
1899 have enjoyed one win in their last five BL matches (one draw, three defeats), netting only two goals in the process.
FCK have lost none of their last 15 league games in which they found the back of the net (ten wins, five draws).
Lautern have only kept one clean sheet in their last 13 BL games.
The Red Devils have only won one of their last six league fixtures on the road (two draws, three defeats).
Hertha BSC v Gladbach
Gladbach have won only two of their last 14 competitive games against Hertha (five draws, seven defeats).
Hertha have won five and lost none of their last seven games against Borussia at Olympiastadion in all competitions.
Six of the Berlin-based side's seven league goals were scored before the interval.
The Foals have only conceded eight goals this term - only league-leaders Bayern have conceded fewer (three).
Hertha have only enjoyed two victories in their last 21 BL home games, but are unbeaten in their last four league fixtures on home soil (two wins, two draws).
None of the Foals' last 10 BL away games has seen more than two goals in total.
Leverkusen v Hamburg
Leverkusen are unbeaten in four games against HSV (two wins, two draws).
Bayer have only won one of their last six league games against Hamburg at BayArena (two draws, three defeats).
Hamburg are the only side in the league yet to keep a clean sheet this season - stretching over seasons the Redshorts have now gone 15 games without shutting their opponents out.
Hamburg have picked up the most yellow cards (29), Bayer the most red cards (three).
Bayer have only won one of their last four BL home games (one draw, two defeats).
Only once in their BL history (1982-83, six goals) have Bayer scored fewer goals after 11 games than they have this term (13).
Hannover v Schalke
Hannover have suffered more home defeats against Schalke than against any other team in the German top flight (ten).
96 have never beaten Schalke in the Bundesliga when the Royal Blues scored the opening goal (two draws, 19 defeats).
The Reds have lost none and won five of their last seven league games on home soil.
S04 have won four of their last five BL matches (one defeat).
Mohammed Abdellaoue has netted four of Hannover's last six league goals. Six of the Norwegian's seven BL goals this season have come at AWD Arena.
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has netted five of Schalke's last seven league goals and is with ten goals this term currently in second place in the BL scorer-charts behind only Bayern's Mario Gomez (12 goals).
Augsburg v Bayern
The last time these two teams contested a competitive match against each other was over 28 years ago, when Bayern beat Augsburg 6-0 in the second round of the German Cup in October 1983.
Bayern have scored the most goals in the Bundesliga so far this term (30), while also conceding the fewest (3).
Augsburg have netted the fewest goals in the league this campaign (eight).
FCB have won none and lost one of their last three away games in all competitions.
FCA are still waiting for their first ever home win in the Bundesliga. Jos Luhukay's men have only taken three out of the available 15 points from their five home games this term so far.
Mario Gomez is leading the Bundesliga scorer-charts with 12 goals to his name and has scored four goals more than all Augsburg players combined this season.