Ingolstadt - Winless, and goalless, at home this season, FC Ingolstadt 04 will be hunting Bundesliga firsts when Eintracht Frankfurt visit the Audi Sportpark on Saturday afternoon (kick-off: 15:30 CEST/13:30 GMT).
- Yet to score, or taste victory, on home turf, Ingolstadt's only point at the Audi Sportpark this season came from Matchday 4's 0-0 draw with VfL Wolfsburg.
- Only one team in Bundesliga history has failed to score a goal at home after eight Matchdays: SpVgg Greuther Fürth in 2012/13.
- For the first time since Armin Veh returned this summer, Eintracht have gone three games without victory.
- Ingolstadt's first-choice centre-half, Benjamin Hübner, is the son of Eintracht sporting director, Bruno Hübner.
- In his four appearances so far this season, Eagles' striker Alexander Meier has scored as many goals as Ingolstadt (four).
- Victory would lift Veh's side ahead of Ingolstadt in the standings.
Ingolstadt: Özcan - Levels, Matip, Hübner, Suttner - Roger - Groß, Morales - Lex, Hinterseer, Leckie
Absentees: Danilo (toe), Cohen (knee), Ortag, Multhaup
Frankfurt: Hradecky - Ignjovski, Abraham, Russ, Oczipka - Reinartz - Hasebe, Stendera - Meier -Aigner, Kadlec
Absentees: Anderson, Chandler (meniscus), Kittel, Bunjaki, Seferovic (thigh)