• Frankfurt haven't lost any of their last seven competitive meetings with Braunschweig (W5, D2) and have won the last three. Frankfurt won 2-0 against the newly promoted side earlier this season – it was their first victory of the campaign.
  • With just 11 goals scored, Braunschweig have the worst attack in the league by far. Only Tasmania Berlin have had fewer than 11 goals after 19 Bundesliga matches in the league's history (1965/66: eight goals).
  • Frankfurt have scored just four goals in the last six Bundesliga games (the same as Hamburg). Only Braunschweig have scored fewer in that timeframe (3 goals).
  • 16 of the 20 sides that had amassed up to 12 points after 19 games ended up being relegated, with just four of them surviving. Borussia Mönchengladbach were the last team to avoid the drop after having just 12 points after 19 matches in 2008/09 (15th place finish).
  • Only Bremen (6 games) have been waiting longer for an away win than Braunschweig (5). The Lions' only victory on the road this season was their 2-0 derby win over Wolfsburg on matchday 8.
  • Frankfurt have collected just two points from losing positions this season (the same as Hoffenheim). Only opponents Braunschweig have collected fewer after trailing (one point).
  • Frankfurt (11.3%) and Braunschweig (6.4%) have the worst chance-conversion rates in the league.
  • Frankfurt haven't won in the 17 Bundesliga games in which they have conceded at least one goal (D8, L9). All four of their wins this season have been coupled with clean sheets.
  • Frankfurt's winter signing Alexander Madlung could make his 250th Bundesliga appearance. Madlung, who played in Braunschweig's youth setup for three years, made his starting debut for the Eagles in matchday 19's 5-0 defeat to Bayern.
  • Armin Veh could record his 100th defeat as a Bundesliga manager. Of his 252 games, his side has lost 99 times, won 97 times and drawn 56 times. His tally of 99 top-flight defeats is the highest amongst the current Bundesliga managers.