Cologne - German top-flight fans around the world can look forward to three more tantalising Bundesliga encounters being beamed right onto their television sets on Matchday 22.

Gear up for the weekend action as takes a look at the Sunday clashes set to be broadcast live in 207 of the 209 FIFA member states...

Borussia Mönchengladbach will be looking to register an immediate response to Thursday's disappointing UEFA Europa League defeat to Sevilla FC when they take on a Hamburger SV side still reeling from the 8-0 drubbing they suffered at Bayern. HSV need to get the fans back on their side, but won't have it easy against the Foals.

In a clash between the second from bottom and the second from top, Hertha Berlin will be hard pushed to put an end to VfL Wolfsburg's unbeaten start to 2015. The Wolves, riding high after a 2-0 win over Sporting Club de Portugal on Thursday and with Bas Dost banging in the goals, will be confident of keeping Hertha in the mire.