It’s game week two in the Bundesliga this weekend, with FC Koln and Hamburg set to kick it off on Friday when Hamburg visit the RheinEnegies Stadion.
Cologne vs Hamburg
The home side, Koln, host their first game of the season and would be looking to record their first win of the season in from of their own fans.
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While their visitors will hope to add another win to make it a successive win for the first time in eight years.
Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich
Defending champions, Bayern kicked off their campaign with a 3-1 win over Bayer at the Allianz Arena, with their host on Saturday, Bremen, losing their opener against Hoffenhiem.
VfB Stuttgart vs Mainz 05
Stuttgart host Mainz looking to mark the occasion of their first Bundesliga home game in 15 months with a win at the Mercedes-Benz Arena, while Mainz will hope to be party spoilers.
Frankfurt vs Wolfsburg
Both these sides are yet to record their first win of the season, and will be looking to do just that when they meet at the Commerzbank Arena.
Borussia Dortmund vs Hertha Berlin
In the late kickoff on Saturday, early pace setters, Dortmund host Hertha, hoping to consolidate on their opening win of the season, and will have to do so without Ousnane Demebele, who is set for a move to La Liga to join Spanish giants, Barcelona.
Bayer Leverkusen vs TSG 1899 Hoffenhiem
Bayer will be locking horns with Hoffenhiem, still hurting from their thrashing in the Champions League group stage playoffs by Liverpool at Anfield, with the aim of getting off the mark following an opening day defeat at the home of the champions, Bayern.
Augsburg vs Gladbach
The last game on Saturday will see Augsburg welcome Gladbach at the WWK Arena, a place they have gone unbeaten in six matches against the visitors, who are looking for their second win of the season.
RB Leipzig vs SC Frieburg
Last season’s second placed team, Leipzig kicked off their second season in the top flight with a 2-0 defeat at Schalke last weekend, and hope to bounce back when they host Frieburg, who drew their opening encounter.
Hannover 96 vs Schalke 04
Newly promoted outfit, Hannover are home to Schalke, who got off to a flying start last weekend with a 2-0 home win over RB Leipzig.
Hannover are unbeaten in eleven matches under Andre Breitenreiter and will be looking to extend that run by at least another weekend.