Frankfurt ended a matchday without any points for only the fifth time this season. However, The Eagles remain in third place despite their 3-0 defeat to Bayer 04 Leverkusen. Having won six of their nine home matches this season, will Niko Kovac and his men once again be celebrating in front of their home fans on Saturday?
Finding themselves in the automatic relegation positions, Ingolstadt will be hoping to end their run of two matchdays without any points when they travel to the Commerzbank Arena. Having lost in the last minute to FC Bayern München last weekend, Die Schanzer will have to keep their wits about them until the very end to avoid making the same mistake they did on Matchday 20, especially if they are to have any hope of remaining in Germany's top-flight.
- Frankfurt have chalked up 10 wins and 35 points so far. In the whole of last season they managed only nine wins and 36 points.
- Ingolstadt have already lost 13 times. They lost only 14 in the whole of last season.
- Eintracht have the most foreigners in their squad with 17. Meanwhile Ingolstadt’s starting XI against FC Bayern contained players from 11 different countries.
- Niko Kovac became Eintracht Frankfurt boss last March after the Eagles decided to part ways with Armin Veh following a 1-1 draw in this fixture left them in the bottom three.
- Maik Walpurgis is almost 100 days into his role as Ingolstadt manager. With him in charge, they have taken 13 points from 10 games. In 10 matches under predecessor Markus Kauczinski, they took just two points.
- Die Schanzer have conceded nine goals and scored just two in the last 10 minutes of matches this season. Those late goals have cost five points.