Munich - With eight games left on the Bundesliga calendar, Hannover 96 have plenty of work to do if they're to make it a hat-trick of UEFA Europa League appearances next term.

As ever, the Reds have proved a tough nut to crack at the AWD Arena, but it's their alarming run on the road of two wins, one draw and ten defeats that could prove their undoing come May.

  • Hannover 96 sit third behind Bayer 04 Leverkusen and runaway leaders Bayern Munich in the home form table (eight wins, three draws, two defeats).

  • Only Bayern (69) and champions Borussia Dortmund (60) have scored more goals than Hannover (47) this season.

  • Hannover 96 are the most clinical side in the Bundesliga, requiring an average of just 6.2 shots per goal.

  • Hannover 96 have scored more goals (17) from free kicks than any other side in the league.

  • Hannover hold the worst away record in the Bundesliga, having picked up only seven points from 13 matches on their travels this season.

  • Only Werder Bremen (51) and 1899 Hoffenheim (49) have conceded more goals than Hannover (46) in 2012/13.

  • Hannover have conceded a league-high eight goals to opposition defenders.

  • Only Borussia Mönchengladbach have made less sprints than Hannover 96, who've averaged 151 per Bundesliga game thus far.

Didier Ya Konan und Mohammed Abdellaoue have scored all of Hannover's last four goals, but it's who leads the way so far season with ten Bundesliga strikes. All but two of those goals have come on home soil, though, so if Hannover are going to make one last push for Europe, they'll need their leading marksman to be at his very best - at home and away.

  • Matchday 27: FC Augsburg (A)
  • Matchday 28: VfB Stuttgart (H)
  • Matchday 29: SC Freiburg (A)
  • Matchday 30: FC Bayern Munich (H)
  • Matchday 31: Greuther Fürth (A)
  • Matchday 32: 1. FSV Mainz 05 (H)
  • Matchday 33: Bayer 04 Leverkusen (A)
  • Matchday 34: Fortuna Düsseldorf (H)