• The last game between these two sides ended in a 1-0 win for Bremen and was Werder’s first ever Bundesliga win against FCA at the fifth time of asking (D2, L2).
  • FC Augsburg are undefeated in six Bundesliga games (W3, D3) and have equalled their top-flight club record (unbeaten in six games from February to March 2012).
  • Bremen (37 goals conceded) have the third-worst defence in the league, but have kept a clean sheet in their last two games (222 Bundesliga minutes). The last time they did this was in the first two matchdays of this season.
  • Augsburg have 25 points to their name. In both of their previous Bundesliga seasons, the club had a maximum of 15 points at this time.
  • Bremen have faced the most shots in the league this season (314) and only Freiburg (124) have faced more shots on target than Werder (112).
  • FCA have won each of their last three Bundesliga home games, something they have only previously managed in the last three home games of the 2012/13 season. Four home wins in a row would be a new club record. It would also equal the club’s record of six home wins in a season (achieved in the 2011/12 campaign).
  • Bremen haven’t won any of their last five Bundesliga away games (D2, L3) – the last time Werder waited this long for an away win was at the end of last season (six games). Their last away win came in the northern derby against HSV in September 2013 (2-0).
  • Augsburg’s Andre Hahn has attempted the most crosses from open play (67). In the 2-2 draw in Dortmund, two of those crosses led to goals.
  • Augsburg have picked up 21 of a possible 30 points with Marwin Hitz in goal and have kept four clean sheets. Of the Bundesliga goalkeepers with at least 10 appearances this season, only Manuel Neuer, Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Bernd Leno have a better save percentage than Hitz.