Cologne - Unless you've been hiding in a bear cave for the last month, you'll know that the opening fixture of the 2014/15 Bundesliga Rückrunde between second-placed VfL Wolfsburg and league leaders FC Bayern München is now just a week away.

To keep you topped up in the meantime, has compiled a selection of records and milestones that are there for the taking during the second half of the campaign...

700 - Borussia Dortmund can become the fifth club to celebrate 700 Bundesliga wins. BVB are currently on 695.

1700 - FC Bayern München will become the third club to reach 1700 games in the Bundesliga after Hamburger SV (1747) and SV Werder Bremen (1713).

300 - FC Augsburg's Halil Altintop could make his 300th Bundesliga appearance. The Turkish midfielder is currently on 287.

250 - Tranquillo Barnetta (Schalke, 247), Martin Stranzl (Gladbach, 246), Marco Russ (Frankfurt, 238) and Marcell Jansen (Hamburg, 234) can all break the 250-appearance barrier.

200 - A 200th Bundesliga outing is on the cards for Lukasz Piszczek (Dortmund, 197), Nelson Valdez (Frankfurt, 195), Vedad Ibisevic (Stuttgart, 195), Eugen Polanski (Hoffenheim, 189), Franck Ribery (Bayern, 189), Jakub Blaszczykowski (Dortmund, 186) and Nuri Sahin (Dortmund, 185)

96 - FC Bayern could set a new record for most points collected in a single season. 17 wins from 17 Rückrunde outings would see them end the campaign on 96 points, and better their own 91-point tally of 2012/13.


450,000,000 - By the end of the season, more than 450 million fans will have passed through Bundesliga stadium gates since 1963.

100 - Robert Lewandowski could make it a century of Bundesliga goals. The Bayern forward currently has 81 to his name.

7 - 1. FSV Mainz 05 defender Nikolce Noveski can set a new record for most number of own goals. At present, he shares the ignominious record with Manfred Kaltz (six).

101 - Bayern scored 41 goals during the first half of the campaign, and now have the 101-strike best-mark they set back in 1971/72 in their sights.

15 - Tasmania Berlin registered an all-time low 15 Bundesliga goals in 1965/66. Nine-goal Hamburg could do worse still.