Bundesliga stats and tips
Mainz v Hoffenheim, 14:30
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim supporters have become used to drama at each end when their side plays in the Bundesliga, with both teams having scored in every one of their last 8 games. 1. FSV Mainz 05 on Saturday afternoon could be another goal-fest.
Augsburg v Union Berlin, 14:30
FC Union Berlin's recent matches in the Bundesliga have delivered an adequate amount of entertainment, but it has been too long since Urs Fischer's side treated their fans to a real thriller. There have been under 4.5 goals in every one of their last 10 outings.
Arminia v B. M'gladbach, 14:30
Borussia Monchengladbach supporters have been spoilt with action at each end when their team plays in the Bundesliga, with both teams having scored in every one of their last 6 outings. DSC Arminia Bielefeld on Saturday afternoon could be another ding-dong battle.
Bayern v RB Leipzig, 17:30
Bayern Munich's recent Bundesliga matches have been full of goalmouth drama. Each of their last 7 have had over 2.5 goals, and Saturday against RB Leipzig could well be more of the same. Here's hoping that Julian Nagelsmann and Domenico Tedesco send their sides out to push forward again.
Dortmund v Leverkusen, 14:30
Bayer Leverkusen's recent Bundesliga matches have been packed with goalmouth drama. Each of their last 8 have had over 2.5 goals, and Sunday against Borussia Dortmund should be more of the same. Here's hoping that Gerardo Seoane and Marco Rose send their sides out to go for glory.
Wolfsburg v Greuther, 16:30
What a dismal succession of results for VfL Wolfsburg and their fans, with their last Bundesliga victory now coming 9 matches ago. Boss Florian Kohfeldt has to find a way out, and preferably right away. Will SpVgg Greuther Furth at Volkswagen Arena on Sunday be the one in which they turn it around?