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Facts and stats ahead of #M05BMG

Here is everything you need to know ahead of Friday’s clash with Mainz (20:30 CET).

Supporters

  • The MEWA ARENA (capacity: 33,305) is not quite sold out for the game. Around 3,500 Foals will be making the trip to Rhineland-Palatinate to support their team.

Head-to-head record

  • This is the 34th meeting between the two sides in the Bundesliga. Gladbach have won this fixture on 14 occasions, whereas Mainz have been victorious 9 times. There have been 10 draws.
  • Mainz are four Bundesliga games unbeaten against Borussia (W2, D2). Prior to this run, however, the Foals won five games on the spin against the Zerofivers.
  • FSV won the reverse fixture at BORUSSIA-PARK 1-0 thanks to a stunning Aaron Martin free kick. This was Gladbach’s first defeat under Daniel Farke.

The number ahead of the game: 5 – Presented by Interwetten (external content)

  • Borussia have won each of their last 5 Bundesliga games on a Friday night! The Foals are also unbeaten in their last 7 Friday matches in the league.

Statistics

  • FSV and VfL have had identical seasons in the league thus far. Both sides are sat on 29 points after 21 games (W8, D5, L8).
  • Following their 3-2 win over FC Bayern, Gladbach have the chance to win two Bundesliga games on the trot for the first time under head coach Daniel Farke. The last time the Foals achieved this was in March 2022 under assistant coach Christian Peintinger (Adi Hütter was out after returning a positive Covid test).
  • Borussia have won just 1 of their 10 away games in the Bundesliga this season. Their solitary victory on the road came on matchday 18 against TSG Hoffenheim (4-1).
  • Mainz have won 3 of their last 4 league matches (9 points). Only Borussia Dortmund (12 points) and Union Berlin (10 points) have had more success in this period.
  • Mainz head coach Bo Svensson played for the Foals from January 2006 to the summer of 2007. The Dane scored 2 goals in 32 league appearances for Borussia before moving to FSV. Since he took over as head coach, the Zerofivers have picked up 108 points from 75 games. Gladbach have picked up 102 points across this period.

Officials

  • The referee for the game is Robert Hartmann. He will be assisted on the sidelines by Norbert Grudzinski und Arno Blos, with Tobias Reichel the fourth official. The VAR officials are Günter Perl (VA) and Dr. Justus Zorn.

Social Media

  • For updates, follow Borussia’s English-language social media channels on Twitter and Facebook and use the hashtag #M05BMG

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