Bundesliga top facts
FC Augsburg celebrated their first ever home victory in the Bundesliga against VfL Wolfsburg last season, and they followed up that 2-0 home win with a 2-1 triumph away, giving them one of only two doubles in the top flight last season, the other coming against FSV Mainz 05
Augsburg forward Ja-Cheol Koo, one of two Wolfsburg players currently on loan along with Giovanni Sio, will miss the reunion with his actual employers due to injury.
FC Bayern Munich striker Claudio Pizarro can reach another milestone this weekend when Bayern host FSV Mainz 05. The league's most prolific foreign goalscorer of all time can move level with Ze Roberto and Levan Kobiashvili as one of the foreigners with the most appearances in the Bundesliga: 336
Mainz coach Thomas Tuchel has not been in the mood for changes this season - he has picked the same starting XI for his side's first three games
Two twins could be lining up on opposite sides this weekend when Borussia Dortmund host Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
His twin brother Lars meanwhile is a regular starter for Leverkusen. The Benders covered more ground
Marko Arnautovic (r.) was part of the Austrian side that gave Germany a tough time of it in Vienna on Tuesday evening. The SV Werder Bremen striker will be looking for a more positive outcome this weekend at Hannover 96. He scored in a 3-2 defeat at the AWD Arena last season and also saw a red card in that match.
Keeping a close eye on the Austrian attacker should be Christian Schulz (r.), who played 103 times for Bremen, winning a league and cup double on the Weser in 2004.
Gladbach striker Luuk de Jong will be aiming to keep him busy and open his account for
Labbadia's opposite number Norbert Meier has every reason to be looking up after his side's start to the season. Despite having
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (r.) has scored in each of Schalke's last five Bundesliga matches, including the last three games of last season.
SC Freiburg coach Christian Streich is not looking for the panic button just yet: They have only one point after two games, which is identical to the same stage of last season. Furthermore, they are unbeaten in five matches against regional rivals TSG Hoffenheim 1899
Former Bremen stalwart Tim Wiese has had a torrid time in the Hoffenheim goal, fishing the ball out of the back of the net 10 times already in three competitive matches
After an absence of 1,583 days, Rafael van der Vaart is set to make a comeback in a Hamburger SV shirt against Eintracht Frankfurt on Sunday. The Dutchman played 113 games for HSV between 2005 and 2008 and is now back for a second spell at the club
Hosts Frankfurt are no pushovers, though, as they have proven in the first two games of the season with two wins taking them into second place in the table for the first time in three years. With a record like that, only three clubs in the history of the Bundesliga have been relegated at the end of the season.