• The only previous Bundesliga meeting between these two sides in the SGL-Arena was won by Augsburg thanks to Dong-Won Ji's only top-flight brace – the South Korean hasn't scored two goals against any other Bundesliga side.
  • FC Augsburg are having their most successful Bundesliga season - they have never recorded 49 points or 45 goals in a (whole) top-flight campaign before.
  • FCA, who could qualify for Europe for the first time, are currently having their best half of a Bundesliga season with 25 points, already one point more than they collected in the first half of this campaign.
  • Augsburg have collected seven points from their last three games, conceding only one goal in the process. By contrast, Eintracht have collected just one point from their last four matches and have failed to score in three of those four games.
  • FCA have scored the fewest goals of the teams in the top half of the table (45). Only Braunschweig (28) and Nürnberg (36) have scored fewer goals than Frankfurt (39).
  • No other Bundesliga side has required as many corners per goal as Augsburg (193) and Frankfurt (99).
  • FCA's record-setting player Andre Hahn is leaving the club. Never before has an Augsburg player scored as many goals (11), provided as many assists (7) or been shown as many yellow cards (10) as Hahn in a Bundesliga season.
  • The Bundesliga's record-holding Turk, Halil Altintop (269 games, 57 goals), played for Eintracht between January 2010 and July 2011). After 49 Bundesliga appearances (three goals) and being relegated from the Bundesliga with Frankfurt in 2011, he moved to Trabzonspor in Turkey.
  • Alexander Meier, Frankfurt's top goalscorer in 2013/14 together with Joselu (eight goals each), could score his 100th competitive goal for the Eagles.
  • Born in Augsburg, Armin Veh made his first steps as a player (until 1979) and a coach (1990-95) at FCA – he also managed the then Regionalliga side from October 2003 until September 2004 and just missed out on promotion to the second division.