• Bayern could claim the quickest Bundesliga title in history in Berlin’s Olympiastadion - the place where they won the German Cup in June 2013, wrapping up the treble and the biggest success in the club’s history.
  • To sew up their 24th league title seven matchdays before the end of the season, Bayern have to either win, or draw and hope for BVB to drop points, or lose and hope for a draw between Dortmund and Schalke.
  • Hertha have won just one of their last 20 Bundesliga games against Bayern (D5, L14) – they have lost each of the last five. Their only top-flight victory over FCB since 2001 came on February 14th 2009 (2-1 H).
  • The meeting earlier this season may have ended in a 3-2 win for Bayern, but Hertha are the only Bundesliga team to have scored more than once against FCB in the current campaign.
  • Bayern have won their last nine away games in the league and have matched the Bundesliga record they set themselves last season. They could set another Bundesliga record with a 10th successive away win in the match in Berlin.
  • A goal in Berlin would see Bayern match the longest goalscoring run in Europe’s top five leagues – it is held by Barcelona, who scored in 64 consecutive matches, partly under Guardiola.
  • Berlin haven’t won any of their last four matches (D2, L2 – most recently back-to-back 3-0 defeats). Hertha have never waited this long for a win before under Jos Luhukay.
  • Hertha have lost three of their last four home games and have failed to score in their last two.
  • FC Bayern (currently on 76 goals scored, a Bundesliga record after 26 games) need just 26 more goals from the remaining eight matches (an average of 3.5 per game) to set a new goalscoring record. They are just six goals short of the Bundesliga away goals record (43 away goals by Bremen in 2006/07).
  • Hertha have won one of their last 11 Tuesday matches in the top flight (D3, L7). Bayern, on the other hand, haven’t lost any of their last 13 Bundesliga matches on a Tuesday (W9, D4).
  • Jerome Boateng wore Hertha colours for five years (2002-07) – Thomas Kraft (2004-11), Alexander Baumjohann (first half of 2009/10), Sebastian Langkamp (2005-07) and Sandro Wagner (1995-2009) all used to play for FCB.