- Augsburg unbeaten in three league outings.
- Frankfurt up to fourth after three wins on the bounce.
- The Eagles have only won one of eight Bundesliga meetings between the sides.
FC Augsburg will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to four Bundesliga matches when they entertain high-flying Eintracht Frankfurt in the final game of Matchday 13 on Sunday (kick-off 17:30CET/16:30GMT).
Augsburg can be reasonably happy with how they have negotiated a couple of tricky fixtures over the past fortnight, holding European contenders Hertha Berlin and 1. FC Köln to goalless draws. If they can get another positive result against fourth-placed Frankfurt, Die Fuggerstädter will consider that they have got their season very much back on track, after picking up just a single point between Matchdays 6 and 9. Recent history is certainly on their side – they are unbeaten in seven Bundesliga meetings with the Eagles, since losing their first top-flight encounter against Eintracht in November 2012.
Frankfurt will nevertheless come into Sunday's game on a high after claiming victory over Borussia Dortmund on Matchday 12. Die Adler are really starting to gel under former Croatia international Niko Kovac, sitting pretty in fourth place after consecutive wins against Köln, SV Werder Bremen and Dortmund. In fact, Frankfurt are enjoying a six-game unbeaten streak in the Bundesliga, and will be looking to put an end to their poor run of form against Augsburg. The goals could come from anywhere, with no fewer than 10 players getting on the scoresheet for the Eagles this season.
- Augsburg haven't lost to Frankfurt in seven games (three wins, four draws), which is their longest unbeaten run against any Bundesliga team.
- FCA equalled a club record on Matchday 12 by going three games without conceding a goal.
- Augsburg have only won two of 14 home games in 2016 (one this season), but they have never lost to Frankfurt at the WWK Arena.
- Frankfurt have gone six league games unbeaten for the first time since the start of the 2012/13 campaign.
- The third-worst attack in the Bundesliga (Augsburg, 10 goals scored) will take on the third-best defence (Frankfurt, 10 goals conceded).
- The Eagles have picked up 33 yellow cards this season, more than any other team in the Bundesliga (as well as two red cards).