• Hertha have lost eight of their last 10 Bundesliga meetings with Bremen (2 wins). On top of that, Berlin have secured just two victories in their last nine Bundesliga home games against Werder (D1, L6).
  • Berlin have lost to Bremen 31 times; only Bayern have beaten them more often (32 times).
  • Werder have won just one of their last nine Bundesliga games (3-2 against Hannover) and have collected just one point from their last four matches (league-low together with Frankfurt and Braunschweig).
  • Hertha BSC have claimed just one point from their last three home games and have failed to score in any of them. If they don’t find the back of the net against Bremen, they would match their club record (1990/91).
  • With 34 goals conceded after 15 matchdays, Bremen have set a new club record. Only Hoffenheim have conceded more goals this season (35). Werder have conceded 22 times in their last six matches (league-high), an average of 3.7 goals per game.
  • Only Bayern (124) and Dortmund (130) have allowed fewer shots than Berlin (158). Bremen are bottom of the pile with 274 shots allowed.
  • Ronny was in the starting XI on matchday 15 for the first time since matchday 7 and set up both goals. He has been involved in a goal every 75 minutes so far this season, the best record of all players with at least five scorer-points (goals + assists).
  • Aaron Hunt could make his 200th Bundesliga appearance in the match against Hertha. He has scored 41 goals in 199 games so far (all for Bremen).
  • Adrian Ramos has scored the opening goal five times this season – a league-high. With eight goals and three assists to his name, he has been involved in 50% of Hertha’s goals (11 of 22). Only Braunschweig’s Bellarabi and Boland have as high a percentage (both 4 of 8).
  • Raphael Wolf has conceded 11 goals in his first two Bundesliga appearances, a new league-record. The previous record holder was Hertha keeper Hans-Jürgen Krumnow, who conceded 10 goals in his first two matches.