Not done yet
Champions Dortmund just need a draw at relegated Kaiserslautern to overhaul their own record points tally of 75 last season. A victory without conceding a goal would set two club season best-marks at a stroke: 24 wins and 15 clean sheets
Kaiserslautern are without a win in eleven at home - an all-time worst-mark for the Red Devils. Alongside Stuttgart though, they are the only Bundesliga team not to have lost to BVB this season, the first game ending 1-1
The hosts have second place secure, but Mario Gomez is neck-and-neck with Klaas-Jan Huntelaar at the head of the scoring charts...
...on 25 goals apiece. Huntelaar will be more concerned with keeping Schalke on course for a direct Champions League, and to that end the Royal Blues will be gunning for three points against...
...Hertha BSC Berlin. Otto Rehhagel's men are in dire straits themselves on the back of their home loss to cellar-dwellers Kaiserslautern. They need an upset success in Gelsenkirchen to maintain their bid to avoid a hasty return to Bundesliga 2
It's all about sixth place, and the Europa League, when Leverkusen play host to Hannover 96. Bayer are in the driving seat at the moment - the 96ers would draw level on points with them with a win
Thorsten Fink does not want to go down in history as the first coach to take Hamburger SV down to Bundesliga 2. A home victory over Mainz would obviate that scenario...
...and ensure that Hamburg would at least equal their lowest-ever final season points tally of 38
Sejad Salihovic's (m.) Hoffenheim need to beat Nuremberg to have any chance of staying in the hunt for a Europa League place. This is only the sides' seventh competitive meeting: 1899 have won four to date, with the other two ending all-square
"Der Club" will leapfrog their hosts in the standings should they break that duck. And if Daniel Didavi (r.) hits the net for them, he will equal the record for a Nuremberg player of a goal in five successive games
Wolfsburg need to beat Bremen, and vice versa, for either side to retain any chance of slipping into the final Europa League berth
Werder travel to their northern rivals holding a one-point advantage: Thomas Schaaf's men are facing the prospect of a second successive season without European action for the first time in 15 years
But beware: much-improved Augsburg need a victory themselves to make certain of their top-flight status next season - and a goal from Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker earned them the points against Gladbach last time around
Anything's still possible for the Billy Goats. They could either go straight down or pull clear of the bottom three. As it stands, they are heading for the relegation play-off but a repeat of the 4-0 home thumping of Freiburg, with Lukas Podlski (m.) bagging a brace, would help their cause no end