Bundesliga Opta Facts
Augsburg have been waiting almost 52 years for a victory in a competitive match against Bayern. They have lost their last ten competitive matches against the Bavarians (L10).
Bayern haven't lost any of their last 23 Bundesliga games (W19 D4); their longest run in 22 years.
Augsburg have lost their last three Bundesliga away games. Never in their Bundesliga history have they lost more than three consecutive away matches.
Bayern have won their last 28 Bundesliga home games.
Bayern have scored in each of their last 35 Bundesliga games. Never in Bundesliga history has a side scored in more than 36 consecutive matches (Bayern 1973 - 1974).
Augsburg and Bayern are the only sides this season yet to lose any of their Bundesliga games by more than two goals.
Bayern and Augsburg have each attempted 238 shots in 2013; only Leverkusen (281) and Dortmund (243) have attempted more.
Mario Gomez has scored in each of his last four competitive games against Augsburg (5 goals).
Stuttgart have won more Bundesliga matches against Schalke than any other side (W40 D14 L31).
Only against Bayern have Schalke lost more Bundesliga games (43) than against Stuttgart (40).
Schalke have won 11 of their last 14 Bundesliga home games against Stuttgart (D2 L1).
Schalke haven't lost any of their last five Bundesliga home games (W4 D1) - scoring at least two goals in each of these matches.
Schalke are unbeaten in their last two home games despite falling behind in both games (2-2 after 0-2 against Leverkusen, 4-1 after 0-1 against Hamburg).
Stuttgart's last six competitive goals have come in the first half.
Only Freiburg have lost more points when leading (17) than Stuttgart (16, like Dortmund and Leverkusen).
No other Schalke player has scored as many goals in 2013 as Julian Draxler (6).
Jens Keller gained an average of one point per game with Stuttgart, compared to 1.8 points per game with Schalke.
Keller's first Bundesliga match as a coach came at Schalke (2-2 with Stuttgart).
Leverkusen have lost only five of their 27 Bundesliga meetings with Hannover (W13, D9).
They've kept a clean sheet in eight of their last 11 Bundesliga meetings with Hannover.
Leverkusen have won 10 of their 13 Bundesliga home games against Hannover (D1 L2).
Hannover have lost their last five Bundesliga away matches at Leverkusen and they failed to score in each of these games.
Hannover have won as few as four of their last 23 Bundesliga away matches (L17 D2). They have, however, won two of their last three away matches.
Leverkusen have scored in each of their last 19 Bundesliga home games. Their club record is 31 home games (November 1998 - September 2000).
Hannover have failed to keep a clean sheet in 14 of their last 15 away matches (2-0 at Augsburg). They have conceded on average 2.4 goals per game in these 15 matches.
Leverkusen have lost only two of their last 19 Bundesliga home games (W13 D4).
No player has scored more goals in the Bundesliga this season than Stefan Kießling (23).
No Bundesliga player has attempted as many shots as Leverkusen's Stefan Kießling this season (113 shots).
No player in Hannover's history has appeared in more Bundesliga games for the club than Steven Cherundolo (298 games, like Jürgen Bandura).
Wolfsburg have lost their last three home games against Dortmund. They have conceded three goals in each of these games.
Never in their Bundesliga history have Wolfsburg lost four consecutive home games against one side.
Only Furth (4) have gained fewer points from their home games this season than Wolfsburg (16). However, only Dortmund (32) and Bayern (44) have gained more points from their away games than Wolfsburg (25).
Wolfsburg haven't lost any of their last eight Bundesliga matches (W3 D5). Their last defeat came at Schalke in March (1-4).
Never in their Bundesliga history have Dortmund scored as many goals in their opening 32 games as this season (77 goals). They will set up a new club record (currently: 80 goals after 34 games in 2011/12) if they score four goals in their remaining two games.
Diego Benaglio (162 games) will most likely equal Wolfsburg's goalkeeper record of 163 Bundesliga games (set by Claus Reitmaier). Never has a keeper appeared in more than 163 Bundesliga matches for Wolfsburg.
Dieter Hecking hasn't lost any of his last eight Bundesliga matches. Never in his career has he managed a run of nine consecutive unbeaten Bundesliga matches.
Frankfurt have won more Bundesliga games against Bremen than any other side (W30).
Bremen haven't won any of their last five matches against Frankfurt (L3 D2).
Two of Bremen's three highest Bundesliga losses came against Frankfurt (0-7 in 1963/64 and 2-9 in 1981/82, both at Frankfurt).
Frankfurt haven't qualified for the Europa League in six years. They could become the first newly promoted side to directly qualify for Europe since Kaiserslautern in 1997/98.
Bremen haven't won any of their last eleven Bundesliga games (L6 D5); their worst run under Thomas Schaaf.
Frankfurt's Alexander Meier has already scored four braces this season; a joint-league-high alongside Leverkusen's Stefan Kießling.
Meier has already scored 15 goals this season. This makes him Frankfurt's highest-scoring midfielder since Andreas Möller (16 goals in 1990/91).
Aaron Hunt scored the fastest penalty in Bremen's Bundesliga history last week against Hoffenheim (1 minute and 15 seconds).
Hunt has scored more goals this season than in any other season before (11). Only Nils Petersen has also scored as many goals for Bremen this season (11).
Stefan Aigner has been substituted off the pitch in 23 Bundesliga games this season. No player in Bundesliga history has been substituted off in more than 25 games within one season.
Hoffenheim have won three of their four home games against Hamburg (D1) - with a goal difference of 12-1.
Hoffenheim have gained on average 2.5 points per home game against Hamburg - more than against any other side (at least 2 home games provided).
Hoffenheim have scored more goals in home games against Hamburg than any other side (12).
There has never been an away victory in the Bundesliga between these two sides (7 home wins, 2 scoreless draws). Only two goals have been scored by the respective away team.
No other side have conceded more goals this season than Hoffenheim (62, like Bremen).
Hoffenheim have conceded more goals from a set-piece than any other side (22).
Rafael van der Vaart is set to make his 100th Bundesliga game (currently 99, 34 goals).
Sejad Salihovic has been involved in four of Hoffenheim's last seven goals (2 goals, 2 assists).
Thorsten Fink's first Bundesliga victory as a coach came against Hoffenheim (2-0 in November 2011).
Fink will meet the fourth Hoffenheim coach in only four games against them (Stanislawski, Babbel, Kramer and now Markus Gisdol).
Monchengladbach have won their last three matches against Mainz, keeping a clean sheet in all three games.
Both teams have won five of their previous meetings (D3).
There hasn't been a draw in the last three games between these two sides (Monchengladbach W4, Mainz W6).
Mainz haven't won any of their last seven matches (L3 D4); their worst such run of the season.
Mainz have won only one of their last eight home games (L2 D5).
Monchengladbach have won only one of their last ten away games (L5 D4).
Lucien Favre's team have failed to score more than one goal in each of their last ten Bundesliga away matches.
Only 76 goals were scored in Mainz' Bundesliga games this season, that's the fewest of all teams in the top flight.
Nicolai Müller scored his second brace of the season last week at Hannover. Only Adam Szalai (13) has scored more goals for Mainz this season than Müller (7).
Furth haven't won any of their last nine competitive matches against Freiburg (L4 D5). Their last victory came more than ten years ago (4-0 in April 2003).
No side have lost more points from leading positions than Freiburg this season (17).
Furth could become the first side in the history of professional football in Germany to fail to win any home games in a complete season.
Furth have lost 12 of their 16 home games (D4) - never has a side lost more than 12 in Bundesliga history.
Freiburg have lost their last three competitive matches on the road.
Furth have already won two of the seven matches under their new coach Kramer. They had won only two of their 25 matches before.
No other side has conceded as many fouls as Furth (607), averaging 19.0 fouls per game; more than any other side in Europe's top five leagues.
Frank Kramer met Christian Streich eight times as Furth coach in the Under-19 (youth) Bundesliga. Kramer won only one of these eight matches against Freiburg (L5 D2).
There has been only one away victory in 23 Bundesliga matches between these two sides: 15 wins for the respective home team and seven draws.
Dusseldorf's only home defeat against Nurnberg (W4 D6) came in December 1991 (1-2).
Dusseldorf have won four of their last five competitive matches against Nurnberg, although, they lost the reverse fixture earlier this season (0-2 at Nurnberg).
Nurnberg have won only one of their last 14 Bundesliga away matches (L8 D5).
Dusseldorf haven't won any of their last 10 Bundesliga matches (L7 D3); only Werder Bremen have been waiting longer for a victory in the top flight (11 games).
No other side has gained as few points as Dusseldorf in the second half of the season (9 - Nurnberg have gained 18).
Only Werder Bremen (33) have conceded more goals in the second half of the season than Dusseldorf (30).
Nurnberg have lost their last four Bundesliga matches.
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