Summary

- Bremen, Frankurt and Stuttgart set to fight it out for survival on Matchday 34.

- Frankfurt need just a draw, Stuttgart on the brink.

- Relegation play-offs scheduled for 19/23 May (Bundesliga) and 20/24 May (Bundesliga 2).

After 33 arduous games, the Bundesliga's relegation battle will be decided on Saturday, with Eintracht Frankfurt, SV Werder Bremen and VfB Stuttgart the clubs fighting it out for their top-flight survival.

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With the three clubs separated by just three points and two places in the standings, Saturday's action down at the bottom promises to make this season's relegation battle one of the most engrossing in years.

bundesliga.com looks at the possible permutations ahead of this weekend's action.

Eintracht Frankfurt - 15th, 36 points

Frankfurt will be survive outright…

…if they win or draw away to SV Werder Bremen.

Frankfurt will go …

…if they lose to Bremen and VfB Stuttgart do not win against VfL Wolfsburg

…if they lose and Stuttgart win but VfB fail to make up Eintracht's six-goal advantage on goal difference.

…Frankfurt will be relegated…

…if they lose at Bremen and VfB win handsomely enough to overhaul Eintracht's six-goal advantage on goal difference.

SV Werder Bremen - 16th, 35 points

Bremen will survive outright…

…if they beat Frankfurt.

Bremen will go into the relegation play-off

…if neither they nor Stuttgart win

…if they fail to win and if Stuttgart win but fail to overturn Bremen's goal-difference advantage of seven goals..

Bremen will be relegated…

…if they lose and Stuttgart win

…if they draw and Stuttgart win by more than six goals.

VfB Stuttgart - 17th, 33 points

Stuttgart can only survive via the relegation play-off. They will face the two-legged tie against the third-placed side in Bundesliga 2 - 1. FC Nürnberg…

…if they win by a minimum of seven goals...

…if they win and Bremen lose…

Stuttgart will be relegated if…

…if they do not beat Wolfsburg…

...if they beat Wolfsburg by less than a seven-goal margin AND Bremen draw with Frankfurt…

…if they win and Frankfurt lose but Stuttgart are unable to overhaul Eintracht's six-goal advantage on goal difference.