Here we bring you the initial reaction to the game against Dusseldorf from the press conference with Hans-Joachim Watzke and Lucien Favre. There are also statements from Sebastian Kehl, Thomas Delaney and Christian Pulisic.
Hans-Joachim Watzke: "I'd like to thank everyone who's supported us across the entire season. I think we've played a great campaign. At the moment, we've got 18 more points than we did at the same stage last year. I must congratulate the team and the coaching staff for that. We'll give everything we've got on the final day."
Lucien Favre: "It wasn't an easy game today. We knew that Dusseldorf can be very dangerous. After winning possession, Dusseldorf always play the ball forwards quickly. We played with patience, which wasn't always attractive, but that's how we found the gaps. Ultimately it was difficult, but we won, which is the most important thing. We've only got a chance if we win our game away at Gladbach and if Frankfurt win in Munich."
Sebastian Kehl: "It's all to play for. Bayern have a home match against Frankfurt, but Eintracht need the points for a top four finish. We have an away game in Gladbach, which certainly won't be easy. It'll be a fascinating matchday."
Christian Pulisic: "We have always believed! We'll have to give our all next week to win. Of course, it depends on what Bayern do. We can only focus on ourselves, and then we'll see. The manager keeps telling us that it's possible. We try to win every match."
Thomas Delaney: "Unfortunately we're not in control of our own fate. It's important for us to win next Saturday and then we'll have to see. I'm not that optimistic, but we have to do our job, and that's to win away."
Transcribed by Timo Lammert