Hertha BSC v TSG Hoffenheim
When these two sides met on the final day of last season, it was Hertha who were still unsure of their place in the division. Now it's Hoffenheim in the midst of a relegation battle, with Sunday's visitors to Berlin currently bottom of the division.
Whilst Stevens has said he's been pleased by Hoffenheim's work over the international break, Hertha are in European contention after a strong start and you'd still expect the hosts to come out on top here, with Pal Dardai's side at 2.05 to win.
FC Ingolstadt v SV Darmstadt 98
The Bundesliga's two promoted clubs meet in Bavaria with both performing above pre-season expectations, mainly by not being in the bottom three. Ingolstadt are without the suspended Mathew Leckie after he picked up a fifth yellow card in a hard fought draw at Gladbach. Darmstadt will be missing their own important attacker with Sandro Wagner also suspended.
Neither side have been that enterprising going forward but you can see both sensing the chance of a valuable win. Even without their key front men, that could result in a few more goals than usual, with over 2.5 at 2.45.