Hertha Berlin travel to Borussia Mönchengladbach on Sunday (kick-off 15:30CEST/13:30GMT) in a game that could go a long way to deciding who finishes in the top four.

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Third-placed Hertha are in the driving seat, but momentum is everything ahead of games against relegation-battling pair TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and Hannover 96 and Bundesliga leaders FC Bayern München.

Watch: Hertha 2-1 Ingolstadt – match highlights

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Six points behind the Berliners and four adrift of fourth-placed FC Schalke 04, Borussia Mönchengladbach's hopes of representing the Bundesliga in next season's UEFA Champions League may well hinge on this fixture.

Watch: Schalke 2-1 Gladbach – match highlights


Matchday 11 rewind: Hertha 1-4 Gladbach

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Goals: 0-1 Wendt (27'), 0-2 Raffael (29'), 0-3 Xhaka (pen. 54'), 1-3 Baumjohann (pen. 82'), 1-4 Nordtveit (90')

Gladbach recorded their sixth successive win under new head coach Andre Schubert courtesy of a slick attacking display in the capital.

Watch: match highlights

Matchday 28 - match stats

  • Gladbach have lost five of their ten Bundesliga matches in 2016.
  • Only twice before have Hertha had more points on the board after 27 matches (48) since the introduction of the three-point rule.
  • Gladbach have won seven of their last eight home games.
  • The Foals have kept clean sheets in their last three at home, but have yet to record a single shut-out on the road in 2015/16.
  • Hertha have scored more goals after 27 matches (36) than in the entire previous campaign (36).
  • Gladbach's Mahmoud Dahoud and Hertha's Vladimir Darida have covered more ground this Bundesliga season than any other players.
  • Gladbach defender Martin Hinteregger has scored two own goals in his first nine Bundesliga appearances. Manfred Kaltz (Hamburger SV, 1977/78) is the only player to have put three goals past his own goalkeeper in a single season.
  • Dahoud and Hertha striker Salomon Kalou have each been substituted a league-high 19 times so far this season.

Possible line-ups

Gladbach: Sommer - Elvedi, Christensen, Nordtveit, Wendt - Dahoud, Xhaka (c) - Traore, Hofmann - Stindl, Hazard

Absentees: Dominguez (back), Schulz (knee), Wendt (light training)

Hertha: Jarstein – Weiser, Stark, Lustenberger, Plattenhardt – Skjelbred (c), Cigerci – Haraguchi, Darida, Kalou – Ibisevic

Absentees: Allagui (light training), Brooks (knee/back)

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