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 Borussia Dortmund - 1. FC Nürnberg, FC Augsburg - Schalke 04 and VfB Stuttgart - Bayern München.
Borussia Dortmund - 1. FC Nürnberg (Friday 25 January, 20:30 CET)
> Dortmund have not conceded a goal in their last five home matches against Nürnberg. The last conceded goal was scored by Marek Nikl during a 2-1 Dortmund win in April 2006. Nürnberg now are 510 minutes without a goal at Dortmund.
> On November 26, 2005, Nuri Sahin became the youngest ever Bundesliga goalscorer (17y-82d) by scoring against Nürnberg. Sahin still is the youngest goalscorer as well as the youngest ever player (16-335) in the Bundesliga.
> Nürnberg collected only eight of their 21 points in away matches (2-2-5). After winning their first two on the road this season, they couldn’t add a three-pointer in seven matches since. This is their longest streak without winning an away match since March-October 2010 (8 matches).
FC Augsburg - Schalke 04 (Saturday 26 January, 15:30 CET)
> Augsburg scored less than half of the goals Schalke produced: 15 to 32. However, Augsburg’s top scorer (Sascha Mölders) compiled six goals, Schalke’s top scorers Farfán and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar only five.
> Last week, Augsburg booked their first Bundesliga win since October 2012. Their 2-3 win at Fortuna Düsseldorf broke a 10-match spell without a win.
> Schalke travel to Augsburg with a losing streak of four Bundesliga away matches on their hands. This is the first time since February-April 2000 that they lost four away matches in a row. Last longer streak: five from March to May 1992.
VfB Stuttgart - Bayern München (Sunday 27 January, 17:30 CET)
> Bayern have won 54 of 91 Bundesliga matches against Stuttgart. Only against Hamburger SV Bayern won more often: 55 wins in 95 matches. For Stuttgart, these 54 losses mean a negative club record, just like the 184 conceded goals.
> Mid-table Stuttgart have the worst goal differential of all Bundesliga teams except the bottom-three. Only four teams have more conceded goals, no less than 12 teams have scored more goals than Stuttgart in the Bundesliga this season.
> Bayern have equaled the record for fewest goals conceded after 18 match rounds in a Bundesliga season: seven. VfB Stuttgart also conceded seven after 18 in 2003/2004. A clean sheet against Stuttgart would give them the outright record after 19 matches.