Munich - FC Bayern München may have already sewn up the , but with seven games of the season to go, the race for Europe and an ever-exciting relegation battle still promise plenty of drama to keep you hooked.

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The Bavarians already made safe their 23rd Bundesliga title after beating Hertha on Tuesday; in the 35 Bundesliga games they have played having already been confirmed champions, they have lost just four games, winning 24. They have also never lost to Hoffenheim in the league (three draws, seven wins). is the sixth German player to win the Bundesliga seven times, but the first to do so before his 30th birthday.

VfL Wolfsburg’s 3-1 win at SV Werder Bremen on Matchday 27 was their first win in five games in March. Frankfurt, meanwhile, come into Saturday's game having defeated Borussia Mönchengladbach and 1. FC Nürnberg, with the latter - a 5-2 success - the first time in over 20 years that they scored five away from home. Can Joselu and Co. make it three wins on the spin?

Stuttgart were beaten 2-0 by relegation rivals 1. FC Nürnberg in their last game but did manage a 1-0 win in their last home encounter, which was also their first clean sheet at the Mercedes-Benz Arena all season. Borussia Dortmund have won four of their last five away games, compared to just two of their previous eight games at home. also netted a lupenreiner hat-trick (three goals in a single half uninterrupted) in BVB's 6-1 win earlier this season.

1. FC Nürnberg’s 2-0 success over Stuttgart on Matchday 27 followed four straight defeats. Swiss international Josip Drmic hit both goals against the Swabians to take his season tally up to 15. Freiburg, meanwhile, are the only side in the league yet to keep a clean sheet this term. Christian Streich’s men won the return fixture 3-0 in the Grundig Stadion and are on a nine-game unbeaten run against der Club, longer than against any other side in the division.

Gladbach’s last home game was a 3-0 win against Hertha Berlin, in which all three goals came during a 12-minute first-half spell. Mirko Slomka, whose HSV side boast just one point from their last seven away games, has lost his last 11 away encounters as a coach (two with Hamburg, nine with Hannover). Gladbach’s Juan Arango and HSV's Tomas Rincon are two of only three Venezuelans to ever appear in the Bundesliga (the other being Yohandry Oroszco, who played for Wolfsburg between 2011 and 2013).

Hannover have taken just one point from their last three games at home, and Tayfun Korkut’s men face each of the current bottom six, as well as 14th-placed Eintracht Frankfurt in their . After wins on Matchdays 23 and 24, meanwhile, Bremen have just one point to show from their last three games and are right back in the relegation battle, with all of their coming against teams above them in the table.


Bernie Reeves