Bundesliga is back: Saturday's matches in Opta stats
The Revierderby between Borussia Dortmund and Schalke is the highlight as the Bundesliga returns after a two-month absence due to the coronavirus.
Football in one of Europe's major leagues returns on Saturday as the Bundesliga resumes after a two-month absence due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Though no fans will be present in the grounds, there are sure to be millions watching from home as the German top flight gets back up and running.
The Revierderby between Schalke and Borussia Dortmund is the headline fixture, while title hopefuls RB Leipzig and Borussia Mönchengladbach are also in action on Saturday.
There is a crunch clash between strugglers Fortuna Düsseldorf and Paderborn, with two places and six points separating the teams.
Elsewhere, Augbsurg host Wolfsburg and Hoffenheim go up against Hertha Berlin.
Using Opta data, we take a look ahead to all of Saturday's Bundesliga fixtures:
Fortuna Düsseldorf v Paderborn
10 – Fortuna occupy the relegation play-off place as it stands and have won just one of their last 10 league games against Paderborn, defeating them in April 2014 in the second tier.
Borussia Dortmund v Schalke
180 – This will be the 180th Revierderby. Dortmund have only won one of the last eight meetings, beating Schalke 2-1 in December 2018.
1 – Dortmund's 4-2 defeat in their last home clash with Schalke is their only league defeat at Signal Iduna Park under Lucien Favre.
14 – David Wagner's Schalke were only one point behind Dortmund prior to their first meeting this season, but 14 points now separate the sides.
9 – Since signing for Dortmund in January, Erling Haaland (9) has scored more than double the amount of goals Schalke (4) have managed since the mid-season break so far.
387 – Schalke have only managed to score once in their last 387 minutes of Bundesliga action, whereas Dortmund have scored 10 times in the same amount of minutes.
800 – Should Dortmund win, it would be their 800th Bundesliga victory. Schalke, meanwhile, will have let in 2,500 Bundesliga goals should they concede at least once on Saturday.
RB Leipzig v Freiburg
2 – Leipzig had not enjoyed the best start to 2020 prior to the suspension of the league. They had won just two of their last seven Bundesliga games, drawing their last two.
43 – Against current Bundesliga teams, Leipzig only have a higher loss percentage against Bayern (50 per cent) than Freiburg (43 per cent).
26 – Leipzig have conceded just 26 goals in the Bundesliga this term, meaning they have the joint-best defence, along with Bayern.
252 – Freiburg's 3-1 win against Union Berlin last time out ended the club's run of 252 minutes without a goal. They netted three times against Union, which is more than in their previous six games combined (2).
Hoffenheim v Hertha Berlin
8 – Hoffenheim are unbeaten in their last eight Bundesliga matches against Hertha. They have never managed a longer undefeated run in the top flight against any other side.
Augbsurg v Wolfsburg
8 – Augsburg's heaviest Bundesliga defeat came against Wolfsburg in May 2019, as they went down 8-1 away from home.
18 – While Wolfsburg have conceded just 17 goals in the second half of Bundesliga matches this season, Augsburg have let in 18 since the winter break.
20 – Only struggling Werder Bremen (21) have dropped more points from winning positions than Augsburg (20) this term.
Eintracht Frankfurt v Borussia Mönchengladbach
0 – After winning both Bundesliga matches against Gladbach in 2017-18, Frankfurt have not won any of their last three games against the Foals.
34 – However, Eintracht have beaten Gladbach 34 times in the Bundesliga in total. They have only recorded more victories over Bremen.
49 – Gladbach have taken 49 points from the first 25 Bundesliga matches of the season – this is the same as in their title-winning campaign of 1974-75.
100 – Should Oscar Wendt feature in a Gladbach triumph, he would bring up his 100th Bundesliga win, becoming the first foreign-born player to reach the milestone with the club.