• Freiburg have won just one of their last eight meetings with Frankfurt. They won 1-0 away from home on matchday 4 of the 2010/11 season (D3 L4).
  • Against no other current Bundesliga side have Frankfurt claimed more points on average than against Freiburg (1.57 per game).
  • Ahead of matchday 25, the two sides are in the same position in the table as they were before their 1-1 draw earlier this season: Frankfurt are 13th, Freiburg are 17th. Back then, both teams were still in three competitions. However, their only task now is avoiding relegation.
  • Frankfurt had 12 more points to their name at this stage last season, while Freiburg had 17 more points.
  • Eintracht have won just two of their last 10 Sunday games in the top flight (D3 L5), while Freiburg haven't won in their last eight Sunday matches and have lost each of their last six.
  • Veh's men are unbeaten in their last five Bundesliga home games. Only Schalke (7) and Bayern (23) are currently on a longer streak. The Eagles have collected 11 of a possible 15 points in that timeframe (W3 D2).
  • Freiburg haven't won in their last six games (D2 L4), have lost four of their last five Bundesliga away matches (one draw) and haven't scored away from home in their last five games – the latter is a club record for SCF in the Bundesliga.
  • Although Frankfurt (7) have only scored one goal more than Freiburg (6) in the second half of the season, Eintracht (11) have collected six points more than SCF (5).
  • Carlos Zambrano is serving his second yellow-card suspension of the season. Gladbach's Granit Xhaka is the only other player that has done the same.
  • In Johannes Flum (2012/13: 26 games, one goal for SCF) and Jan Rosenthal (20 games, seven goals or assists), two of Freiburg's key players last season currently play for Frankfurt.
  • Frankfurt manager Armin Veh could celebrate his 100th Bundesliga win (currently 99), while his counterpart Christian Streich could earn his 100th point in the top flight (currently 97).