Munich - Bundesliga 2's fifth and sixth-placed clubs are in action on Sunday afternoon as FC Kaiserslautern welcome 1860 Munich to the Fritz Walter Stadion, with VfL Bochum and FC Ingolstadt involved elsewhere, vying for a spot in the top half of the table.

FC Kasiserslautern-1860 Munich


Kaiserslautern briefly moved to the top of the table last time out after a 2-1 win in Aalen, and that after salvaging a Matchday 1 draw against newcomers Union Berlin. Mohamadou Idrissou already has two goals to his name, but also proved he has more to his game, turning provider as Albert Bunjaku notched a brace of his own against Aalen.

Separated by goal difference, 1860 Munich travel to Kaiserslautern hoping to pull clear of their rivals in the race for promotion. A nervy derby win over fellow Bavarians SSV Jahn Regensburg preceded a battling 2-2 at Dynamo Dresden, with defender Grzegroz Wojtikowiack now chasing his third goal in as many games

VfL Bochum-Aalen



FC Ingolstadt-FSV Frankfurt