• Gladbach have collected just 13 of a possible 30 points from their last 10 home matches against Hertha (W3, D4, L3).
  • Gladbach haven’t won any of their last five home games (D2, L3) – their longest winless run at home under Lucien Favre.
  • Hertha have won three of the four games they have played during Saturday’s late kick-off this season (1 defeat) – including their 1-0 victory over Gladbach earlier this season.
  • Berlin have won five of their last seven away matches and have collected more points on the road (19) than they have in their Olympiastadion (17), despite having played one game more at home (13) than they have away (12).
  • Former Hertha player Raffael has scored 13 goals this season – only Marco Reus in the 2011/12 season has scored as many goals for Gladbach after 25 matchdays in the last 16 years. Martin Dahlin scored more for the Foals in the 1995/96 season (15 goals).
  • Marc-Andre ter Stegen could make his 100th Bundesliga appearance in the match against Hertha and will become the youngest goalkeeper after Eike Immel (21 years, 78 days) to reach this milestone (21 years, 326 days).
  • Lucien Favre managed Hertha between 2007 and 2009. His points-per-game average of 1.47 hasn’t been reached by any other Berlin manager in the Bundesliga since then – Jos Luhukay’s is currently at 1.44.
  • Jos Luhukay took over at Gladbach during the winter break of the 2006/07 season, was relegated with the Foals and then got immediately promoted with them in the following campaign.
  • Adrian Ramos has been involved in 16 of his side’s last 21 Bundesliga goals (76%). Overall, the Colombian has had a hand in 57% of Hertha’s goals – no other Bundesliga team is as dependant on a single player.
  • Former Berlin man Thorben Marx is set for his 100th Bundesliga game for Gladbach. He made 79 top-flight appearances for Hertha between 2000 and 2006.