FC Bayern München can clinch top spot in UEFA Champions League Group F with a game to spare when they host Olympiacos FC on Tuesday night (kick-off 20:45CET/19:45GMT).
With both sides locked on nine points from their first four matches, a further three points would take Bayern out of reach of their Greek guests, with a superior head-to-head record, and allow them to begin planning for the knockout stages next year.
bundesliga.com takes a closer look at Tuesday night's clash at the Allianz Arena...
- On their way to the final four last season (for a fourth campaign running), Bayern won every single one of their six home games at the Allianz Arena, scoring 22 goals in the process.
- Robert Lewandowski scored in the 3-0 win in Athens earlier this season, while also putting a goal past Olympiacos in the colours of Borussia Dortmund in 2011.
- The Pole has scored a total of 27 goals for club and country in all competitions this season in just 24 appearances.
- Bayern put five past Arsenal in their last group game – the fifth time this season they have scored as many or more in a single match.
- Olympiacos are the only team in Greece still to boast a 100 per cent record, and are just one win short of matching the club's all-time record number of consecutive wins from the start of a season.
- The Greeks' defeat to Bayern in the reverse fixture is their only loss in 23 games in all competitions this term.
Bayern: Neuer - Lahm, Martinez, Boateng, Badstuber - Xabi Alonso, Vidal - Robben, Müller, Douglas Costa - Lewandowski
Olympiacos: Roberto - Elabdellaoui, Da Costa, Siovas, Masuaku - Cambiasso, Milivojevic, Kasami - Pardo, Fortounis - Ideye