• Hamburg haven’t lost any of their last five meetings with Berlin (W3 D2). They have also won their last two trips to Berlin.
  • No side have scored more goals than Berlin this season (8) and no side have conceded more goals than Hamburg (8).
  • Only in 1987/88 did Hamburg also concede as many goals (8) after the opening two Bundesliga matches (Bundesliga record is nine goals after the opening two matches).
  • Berlin haven’t lost any of their last 19 home games (first and second division; W14 D5). Their last home defeat came on matchday 32 in 2011/12 against Kaiserslautern (1-2).
  • Berlin have never gained more points from their opening two games. It is actually their best start after two games in Bundesliga history (due to their goal difference of +5).
  • A league-high twelve goals were scored in Hamburg’s two games this season. Eleven goals were
  • Hamburg’s Gojko Kacar and Jaroslav Drobny will meet their former clubs, so will Berlin’s Änis Ben-Hatira, Sebastian Langkamp and Marcel Ndjeng.
  • Sebastian Langkamp and Sami Allagui have been waiting for their 50th Bundesliga game (currently 49 each).