FOOTBALL - The following are some key facts and figures on a selected assortment of matches in the Bundesliga this weekend. The matches we have looked into are Fortuna Düsseldorf - Hamburger SV, Bayern München - Hannover 96 and Schalke 04 - Eintracht Frankfurt
Fortuna Düsseldorf - Hamburger SV (Friday 23 November, 20:30 CET)
> Düsseldorf scored at least once in each of their last nine home matches against Hamburg. Hamburg scored at least once in 14 of their last 15 away matches at Düsseldorf. Only exception – 1-0 loss in May, 1992.
> Düsseldorf have not won a home match this season, drawing four and losing two. They took seven of their 11 points away from the ESPRIT Arena. Last Bundesliga home win – 2-0 against FC St. Pauli in April, 1997.
> Hamburg have not conceded in their last three Bundesliga away matches. They could equal their club record of four straight clean sheets. In February-April, 2007 and March-May, 2006, they managed their current record of four Bundesliga away matches in a row.
Bayern München - Hannover 96 (Saturday 24 November, 15:30 CET)
> Bayern have been all over Hannover in home matches in Bundesliga history. Of the 23 matches thus far, Bayern won 20 and lost only one (two draws). Bayern combined for 79 goals in these 23 matches. Only loss – 0-1 in November 2006 by a Szabolcs Huszti goal.
> With 31 points after 12 matches. Bayern equalled the 2nd-best points tally in Bundesliga history. In 1980/1981, Bayern collected 33, which is still the outright record. Six seasons had a 31-point team after 12 – five by Bayern, one by Borussia Dortmund. (All seasons recalculated to three-point rule.). The record after 13 matches is 34 points, held by Dortmund in 2010/11 and Bayern in 2005/06.
> Hannover scored 25 goals this season – only Borussia Dortmund (26) and Bayern (33) more – which equals their second-highest goal tally ever after 12 matches. Only in 1965/1966 they had more (29), in 1973/1974 also 25.
Schalke 04 - Eintracht Frankfurt (Saturday 24 November, 15:30 CET)
> During this century, Schalke remained unbeaten at home against Frankfurt, winning six and drawing three matches. They won the last four. Last home loss against Frankfurt – 2-3 in May, 1999.
> Schalke are in the top-two after 12 for the fourth time ever, after 1971/1972 (second), 1977/1978 (first) and 2004/2005 (second).
> By beating Schalke, Frankfurt could set their second-best points total in club history after 13 matches. Their club record is 30 after 13, in 1993/1994.