The 34th and final matchday of the 2019/20 season sees Borussia Dortmund take on TSG Hoffenheim at 15:30 CET on Saturday. Here are all the facts you need to know.
The scenario: While BVB have already wrapped up second spot, seventh-placed TSG are fighting to qualify automatically for the UEFA Europa League group stages (places five and six).
Home/away: Only Bayern (13 wins) have won at home more often than Dortmund (11 victories) this season. Hoffenheim are unbeaten in six away matches. Their last defeat on the road came back on 8 February, when they lost 1-0 in Freiburg (away record: seven wins, six draws and three defeats).
Personnel matters: Can (five yellow cards), Akanji (calf problems), Delaney (muscular injury), Dahoud (knee injury), Reus (lack of match fitness), Götze (family reasons) and Schmelzer (knee problems) are absent for BVB. Adamyan (lack of match fitness) and Belfodil (rehab after knee operation) are unavailable for Hoffenheim.
Head-to-head record: The Black & Yellows have lost only one of their 13 home games against TSG in league and cup – a 2-1 defeat on 18 May 2013. Since then there have been six home wins (five of which have been by only a one-goal margin) and a 3-3 draw. BVB have only failed to find the net once at home to TSG – in a 0-0 draw on 28 February 2009. Their 25 competitive meetings (23 in the Bundesliga, two in the DFB Cup) have produced eight red cards and eight penalties (four of each against both teams).
Statistics: BVB have taken all three points in 21 of the 33 league matches they have played this season. Only Munich and Leipzig (four defeats each) have lost fewer games than Borussia (six defeats). Only the matches involving Bayern (128 goals) have produced more goals than the ones involving Dortmund (121). Hoffenheim have lost only one of their last seven Bundesliga fixtures, but they have given away more penalties (eight) than any other club.
Biggest home win: There have been three 3-1 wins – mostly recently on 28 Februar 2016. The visitors took a 1-0 lead through Rudy in the 25th minute, but BVB turned the game on its head in the closing stages with goals from Mkhitaryan (80), Ramos (85) and Aubameyang (90).
Compiled by Boris Rupert