• Augsburg have been waiting over 52 and a half years for a competitive win against Bayern – they have lost each of their last 13 competitive meetings with FCB (including all five in the Bundesliga).
  • FCA have collected just one point from their last four games, although they have only faced teams from the top seven in the table during that timeframe (Schalke, Wolfsburg, Leverkusen and Mainz).
  • Bayern’s record winning run is over, the Munich side could only draw against Hoffenheim, something they last did almost six months (19 games) ago (1-1 v Leverkusen, October 5th 2013).
  • With a run of 53 Bundesliga games without defeat (46 wins), FCB hold the top-flight record. In Europe’s top five leagues, only AC Milan have put a longer unbeaten run together (58 games between 1991 and 1993).
  • Bayern have won their last 10 away games in the Bundesliga, breaking the league record that they set last season (a run of 9 successive away wins).
  • Only Wolfsburg (18) have collected more points from losing positions than Augsburg (15) and Bayern (16).
  • FC Augsburg have scored the fewest goals in the league from set-pieces (6), while FC Bayern have conceded the fewest goals from dead-ball situations (6).
  • FCA have made the most crosses from open play this season (140) and have scored 11 goals from them (the same as Wolfsburg) – only Bayern have scored more goals in this manner (16).
  • In Andre Hahn (10 goals) and Tobias Werner (9), FCA will have to do without their top goalscorers and top points-scorers (goals + assists) against the record champions. The pair have been involved in Augsburg’s last seven goals and 16 of their last 18.
  • Augsburg manager Markus Weinzierl played for FC Bayern’s reserves between 1995 and 1999 – he never made a first-team appearance for them.
  • Manuel Neuer could keep his 50th clean sheet for Bayern in the Bundesliga. The club record his held by Oliver Kahn (163 clean sheets in the Bundesliga).