• Frankfurt have celebrated 31 wins against Bremen – a record number for Eintracht in the Bundesliga. However, they have also lost 38 times (18 draws).
  • Eintracht are unbeaten in their last seven Bundesliga meetings with Werder (W4, D3). It's the longest run the Eagles have ever had against Bremen in the Bundesliga without losing.
  • With five wins, six draws and 10 defeats each (21 points), only goal difference separates Frankfurt (12th) and Bremen (13th) in the table: Eintracht (-14) have the fifth worst in the league, while Bremen's (-21) is the second worst.
  • Bremen have won just one of their last 10 games, collecting just six points in that timeframe (D3 L6). A table based on just the last 10 matchdays would see them sitting 17th above only HSV.
  • Frankfurt have won their last two home games without conceding, something they last did at the end of 2008. Eintracht last won three consecutive Bundesliga home games without conceding a single goal back in 2000.
  • Bremen have the worst pass accuracy (71.6%) and average possession (42.5%) in the league. They have only found a teammate with 61.2% of their passes in the opponents' half (also a league low).
  • Bottom of the table Braunschweig are the only side other than Werder that have also been waiting six Bundesliga away games for a win. Bremen's last victory on the road was a 2-0 win at HSV on matchday 6.
  • Veh's side have claimed just two points from losing positions in this campaign, a league low. They came back to claim 13 points last season – second place behind Wolfsburg.
  • During spells with Rostock, Stuttgart, Wolfsburg, Hamburg and Frankfurt, Armin Veh has faced Werder 14 times in the top flight, winning eight of those games (D3 L3). There have been a remarkable 60 goals in those games, an average of 4.3 goals per match.
  • Frankfurt's Alex Meier could make his 200th Bundesliga appearance. Only five Eintracht players have scored more top-flight goals for the Eagles than Meier (53 in 193 games).