It’s the biggest game in the Bundesliga this weekend in terms of league status as the league leaders Bayern Munich play hosts to Eintracht Frankfurt with just five points separating the two sides ahead of the game.
Bayern have been dodgy at times this season and have allowed this title race to be blown right open. In fact, should Union Berlin beat rivals Hertha Berlin, the champions will come into this match level on points with them.
Nevertheless, they have still lost only once this season but in drawing six and winning only 10, this is their lowest points tally after 17 games for the past few seasons.
Bayern drew 1-1 with RB Leipzig on their return to action after the World Cup, as Eric Choupo-Moting scored another goal before a stunning strike from Joshua Kimmich bagged a draw against Koln at home.
Frankfurt can come to within two of Bayern here and seriously ignite this title race in Germany. They too drew 1-1 last time out with fellow high-flyers, Freiburg. Frankfurt did also smash Schalke 3-0 on their first game back.