• Schalke have won their last three games against Braunschweig, all three of them came in the 1990/91 season. In the second division, there was a 2-1 home win and a 1-0 away win for the Royal Blues, before a dominant 4-0 second-round cup win at home.
  • Braunschweig have scored more goals against Schalke than against any other team in the Bundesliga. In 36 games in the top flight, Braunschweig have scored 62 goals against Schalke.
  • Braunschweig have won an impressive 12 of 18 Bundesliga home games against Schalke (D5) and have lost just one of those home games in the top flight; falling to a 2-1 defeat in January 1965.
  • On the last matchday, Braunschweig celebrated their first Bundesliga win in over 28 years or 10,353 days by beating Wolfsburg 2-0. Their last win before that came on June 1st 1985, also away from home, against KFC Uerdingen (2-1).
  • Across seasons and leagues, Braunschweig have not won any of their last seven home games (D4 L3). The last home win came at the end of March in the second division when they beat Dynamo Dresden 2-1.
  • Eintracht have the worst attack in the league (5 goals). Two reasons for this are that Braunschweig have created the fewest clear-cut chances (4) and have the worst chance conversion-rate (6.9%).
  • Schalke have conceded nine goals from set-pieces; the highest amount in the league. Over half of their 17 goals (53%) have been conceded this way.
  • New signing Adam Szalai is Schalke’s top scorer after his brace against Augsburg. It also makes him the club’s top points-scorer (goals + assists) with six goals and two assists this season.
  • Mirko Boland and Karim Bellarabi have together been involved in four of the club’s five goals this season. Both have scored one and assisted two.