• Bayern have only won one of their last four meetings with Leverkusen (D1 L2) – a 2-1 away win in March 2013. Against no other team have FCB collected as few points in that timeframe (with at least four games played).
  • The last time Bayern dropped points in the top flight was in their 1-1 draw in Leverkusen on October 5th 2013. Their last Bundesliga defeat was a 2-1 loss to Bayer 04 on October 28th 2012.
  • Bayern have won each of their last 16 Bundesliga matches and have now beaten their own record of 15 straight wins set in 2005.
  • FCB haven't lost any of their first 24 Bundesliga games this season (W22 D2) and have thus equalled the record start to a Bundesliga campaign set by Bayer Leverkusen in 2009/10.
  • Bayern have scored at least four goals in each of their last four Bundesliga matches. No side has ever done the same in five successive games.
  • After sitting second in the table during the winter break, Leverkusen are currently 13th in the table representing the second half of the season with just seven points from seven games. Bayer 04 were just four points behind league-leaders Bayern after matchday 15. That gap has since increased to 24 points.
  • Bayern have won each of their first 12 home matches – only Bayern themselves in 1972/73 and Schalke in 1971/72 have achieved that feat before.
  • With 72 goals scored after 24 games, Bayern have the best attack in Bundesliga history.
  • Bayern have scored so often and allowed so few shots on target recently that they still wouldn't have lost any of their last six Bundesliga games without a goalkeeper (W4 D2).
  • Bernd Leno saved Szabolcs Huszti's penalty in Hannover and has now kept out five of the six penalties he has faced this season. He has saved each of the last four penalties he has faced, meaning he already holds the Bundesliga record along with three other goalkeepers.
  • Stefan Kießling has scored or assisted just one goal in his last 10 Bundesliga matches (he scored in Leverkusen's 2-1 win over Stuttgart).