Hertha BSC - SC Freiburg
After an eventful Saturday in the Bundesliga, Sunday starts with an important relegation clash. Hertha and Freiburg are two sides that currently reside in the bottom four of the division but the home side are the happier coming into the game.
The mood has lifted since Pal Dardai took over as Hertha coach with a win in his opening game against Mainz. Freiburg meanwhile have lost both of their games since their 4-1 win in their 2015 opener against Eintracht Frankfurt. Their hat-trick hero in that game, Nils Petersen, has been ruled out for at least a few weeks with a knee injury. Freiburg usually relish their underdog status but Hertha may just edge them out here at 2.15.
Hannover 96 - SC Paderborn
Hannover coach Tayfun Korkut has talked up the significance of this game for his side and it's understandable given that they've only won one of their previous nine matches in the Bundesliga.
Paderborn though, who went top of the Bundesliga with their win in the reverse fixture, are another side on a poor run. They're without a victory in ten and sliding towards the bottom two at quite a rate. That's likely to continue on Sunday afternoon with a Hannover win at 1.78.