Hertha Berlin have the current Bundesliga campaign's last remaining 100 per cent home record to uphold when they welcome SV Werder Bremen to the Olympiadstadion on Saturday (18:30CET/17:30GMT).
Hertha moved back up to third in the standings after striking late to down VfL Wolfsburg at the Volkswagen Arena on Matchday 13, but it is their performances in the capital that have put the rest of the Bundesliga on high alert. The Old Lady are unbeaten in a club record six matches on home soil this term, scoring 13 goals and conceding just three during that notable run.
Facing Hertha on their own patch is an ominous task for anyone right now, least of all a Bremen side that have failed to win on their travels this term (D2, L4). The Green-Whites were victorious in their last outing, however, edging out FC Ingolstadt 04 at the Weser Stadium to bring an end to an alarming run of five matches without a win and put a shaft of daylight between themselves and the relegation zone.