Watch: How Bayern can beat Dortmund
The top-of-the-bill Matchday 28 encounter with Dortmund provides Jupp Heynckes’ men with the opportunity to end that streak, though to do that they require victory and for second-placed Schalke, who face Freiburg earlier in the day, to drop points.
"Of course that’s in the back of our minds. If you could wish for the time for it to happen, it would of course be next Saturday," Robben told Bayern’s official website. "The last six titles have all been won away from home.
"The fans deserve that we win them the title at home. But we’re still dependent on others, and unfortunately cannot decide that ourselves."
Robben declared he has "trained really well this week" after shaking off a minor problem that had troubled him in recent games, and the Dutchman is expected to feature against a team that he has enjoyed facing since arriving in Germany in 2009.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid man has faced BVB on no fewer than 21 occasions and scored 11 goals, including Bayern’s opener in their 3-1 win at the Signal Iduna Park on Matchday 11 this season.
"I love big games, and it has always been a big game to play BVB. You can always do a little bit extra in those matches," said the 34-year-old, who is aware that — boasting a 12-game unbeaten run under coach Peter Stöger — the visitors will be in no mood to let Bayern party.
"They’re doing better now, with a new coach. Dortmund is and will always be a very good team. Even though they haven’t been all that consistent this season, they have shown their abilities in certain games. So it’s sure they’ll put in a good display."