• Braunschweig are still without a win against Augsburg. They have lost three of their five competitive meetings with them (2 draws), scoring just two goals in the process. FCA’s 4-1 win earlier this season was the first time they had scored four goals in a Bundesliga game.
  • The side that has been bottom of the table during the winter break has avoided relegation in three of the last five Bundesliga campaigns (Freiburg in 2011/12 and Mönchengladbach twice).
  • However, of the 37 Bundesliga clubs that have had 25 points or fewer after 32 games, only one has survived: FC Homburg (23 points after 32 games) beat FC St. Pauli in the relegation play-off in 1986/87.
  • Braunschweig would be relegated on matchday 33 if Hamburg win and Eintracht fail to collect three points. A Nürnberg win would also spell the end for Braunschweig should they lose.
  • Eintracht have only lost one of their last six home games (W3, D2) – a 2-0 loss to Bayern. The Lions have collected 18 of their 25 points this season in their own stadium.
  • Braunschweig have scored the fewest goals in the league (28), while Augsburg have scored the fewest goals of the sides in the top half of the table (44). Eintracht have lost each of their last three games 2-0 and have failed to score in three successive games for the first time since the end of 2013.
  • In Matthias Henn, Dennis Kruppke, Damir Vrancic and Marco Caligiuri, Braunschweig have four players that have already experienced Bundesliga relegation. Timo Perthel (2012 with Rostock, 2013 with Duisburg) could suffer a third successive relegation.
  • Andre Hahn (11), Halil Altintop (10) and Tobias Werner (9) have scored more goals between them than Eintracht’s entire squad (28).
  • Torsten Oehrl was an FCA player for three years (2010-2013) and was promoted to the Bundesliga with Augsburg in the summer of 2011. After 43 Bundesliga appearances (5 goals) for FCA, he joined Eintracht in summer 2013.
  • Never before has an Augsburg player scored as many goals (11), been involved in as many goals (17) or receive as many yellow cards (10) in a Bundesliga season than Hahn before.