• Wolfsburg haven't lost any of their last four competitive matches against Hoffenheim (W3 D1). There have never been fewer than three goals in any of the 12 competitive meetings between the two sides.
  • Hoffenheim have collected eight points from their last four matches (W2 D2). It is TSG's best run since May/August2013 (also 8 points from 4 games, including the last game of last season).
  • 1899 Hoffenheim could win three Bundesliga home games in a row for the first time in almost four and a half years (September/October 2009). TSG are currently on a run of two successive home wins.
  • Wolfsburg have won their last three league games and their last four competitive games when you include their cup quarter-final victory over Hoffenheim (3-2). Bayern (14 games) are the only league side currently on a longer winning run than VfL.
  • The Wolves have never had more than their current haul of 39 points at this stage of a season. The only other time they have had 39 points was in their title-winning campaign of 2008/09. VfL have already won more games (12) than they did in the 2012/13 season (10).
  • With 46 goals scored, Hoffenheim have the third-best attack in the league, but also have the third-worst defence with 46 goals conceded (the same as Bremen).
  • On average, there have been 4.2 goals per game in matches involving Hoffenheim, a league high. The highest amount for a whole season in the last 25 years is 3.6 goals per game (Köln 1996/97).
  • No side has collected as many points from losing positions as Wolfsburg (14).
  • Roberto Firmino has been involved in 19 goals this campaign (the same as Adrian Ramos). He has provided eight assists (joint-league best) and has scored 11 goals.
  • Firmino was only involved in seven goals for the whole of last season. Ricardo Rodriguez is by far the defender involved in the most goals in the league (five goals, four assists).