• Hertha Berlin have won half of their 16 Bundesliga matches against SC Freiburg (D5, L3). They have even won six of the eight meetings in Freiburg (D1, L1).
  • With just two points from five games, Freiburg have made their worst ever start to a Bundesliga campaign – SCF had never been without a win in their first five Bundesliga games before now.
  • Freiburg have now been waiting six Bundesliga games for a victory (D2, L4), their longest winless run under Christian Streich.
  • Hertha have managed just one win in their last 13 Bundesliga away games (D6, L6) and have now been waiting five games for a victory on the road – along with Wolfsburg, currently the longest run of all Bundesliga sides.
  • Last season, Freiburg conceded an average of 1.2 goals per game and had the third-best defence in the league. So far this campaign however, they have conceded an average of 2.2 goals per game and have the third-worst defence in the division.
  • Hertha have now been waiting over three hours (196 minutes) for a Bundesliga goal. After matchday 3, Berlin had scored nine goals and had the second-best attack in the league behind Hoffenheim (10).
  • SCF haven't lost any of their last six home games on a Sunday (W4, D2). Hertha, on the other hand, haven't won any of their last four away games on a Sunday (D3, L1).
  • Freiburg have only won one of their last nine Bundesliga meetings with teams who adopt Hertha's favoured 4-2-3-1 system (L6, D2). Hertha haven't won in their last seven games against sides who adopt Freiburg's favoured 4-4-2 formation (L6, D1).
  • Sebastian Freis has been involved in four of the last seven SCF goals (2 goals, 2 assists) whilst Jonathan Schmid has been involved in nine of their last 17 (5 goals, 4 assists).