In-form Hertha Berlin stand in the way of Borussia Mönchengladbach and a sixth successive Bundesliga win under caretaker head coach Andre Schubert on Saturday afternoon (kick-off: 15:30CET/14:30GMT).
- Since Pal Dardai took charge of Hertha, only FC Bayern München (13) have conceded fewer Bundesliga goals than the Old Lady (24).
- Gladbach are enjoying a five-match winning run in the Bundesliga, and that after losing their first five games of the season.
- Hertha are unbeaten at home this season and have won their last three in succession.
- Gladbach have scored eight and conceded just twice in two Bundesliga away games under Schubert.
- Hertha have won only one of their last eight Bundesliga clashes against Gladbach (1-0, 19 October 2013).
Hertha: Jarstein - Weiser, Hegeler, Lustenberger, Plattenhardt - Skjelbred - Darida - Haraguchi, Cigerci - Baumjohann, Kalou
Gladbach: Sommer - Korb, Christensen, Dominguez, Wendt - Traore, Dahoud, Xhaka, Hazard - Stindl, Raffael