The final day of the season sees Borussia Dortmund host Hertha Berlin on Saturday (15:30 CET). We have compiled everything you need to know about the match below.
The scenario: Borussia Dortmund are confirmed as runners-up and could surpass their own goal record for a Bundesliga season. They have scored 83 goals in the opening 33 rounds, one fewer than their tally of 84 goals in the 2019/20 campaign. Hertha BSC have their fate in their own hands and will ensure their survival with a point.
Home/away: Only Bayern Munich (13 home wins) have won more home games than Borussia Dortmund (12), who have scored at least one goal in each of their past 33 Bundesliga home matches. The men from Berlin have won only one of their last 11 away games – 1-0 at FC Augsburg on 16 April.
Head-to-head record: BVB have lost only two of their last 16 competitive meetings with Hertha BSC, going down 3-2 in the reverse fixture this season and 2-1 in 2016/17 – both in Berlin. Hertha last completed the double over BVB in the 1971/72 season – both 2-1. There have only been four defeats in the 34 home games to date – all 2-1. The most recent was on 21 December 2013. BVB have scored at least one goal in every home game against Hertha since 1969.
Statistics: Borussia Dortmund have won the most penalties (10) and have only failed to score in one game this season; only Bayern Munich have scored in every game and been behind in fewer games (11) than BVB (13). Only Fürth have lost more games (21) than Hertha (18).
Biggest home win: On 19 October 1963, Borussia thrashed Hertha 7-2 at Stadion Rote Erde. The 28,000 spectators saw Rylewicz convert a penalty awarded for handball to make it 1-0 in the 11th minute. Rühl equalised on 21 minutes, but the Black & Yellows hit back immediately. Emmerich (22), Schmidt (29) and Konietzka (44) netted before the break, with further goals from Sturm, Emmerich and Konietzka following in the second half.
Compiled by Boris Rupert