Match facts ahead of #BMGFCA
Everything to know ahead of Saturday afternoon’s Bundesliga home game (15:30 CEST) against FC Augsburg.
- Apart from the away section, BORUSSIA-PARK is sold out for the last game of the season on Saturday.
- Saturday will be the 24th meeting in the Bundesliga between FC Augsburg and Broussia. The record is nearly equal, with FCA having won eight times and Borussia seven. There have been eight draws so far.
- In the past 22 Bundesliga games, there have been a total of 65 goals, 31 for FCA and 34 for VfL. There is an average of 2.90 goals when Augsburg and Borussia meet in the Bundesliga.
- Borussia lost the reverse fixture in Augsburg 1-0. Mergim Berisha scored the winner for the hosts in the 82nd minute.
- The Foals recorded their biggest victory against the Függerstädter on 6th October 2019 at BORUSSIA-PARK, winning 5-1.
The number of the game: 7 – presented by Interwetten:
- The Foals have lost none of the last seven Bundesliga home games against FCA (5W, 2D), with the last home defeat against the Swabians coming on 23rd May 2015 (3-1).
- Borussia have picked up 30 of their total 40 points at home this season, putting them at sixth place in the home table.
- Borussia will say goodbye to three players before kick-off: Lars Stindl (270 competitive games, 83 goals), Marcus Thuram (133 competitive games, 44 goals) and Ramy Bensebaini (112 competitive games, 25 goals).
- Stindl has scored in each of the last three Bundesliga games as a substitute, and his five goals after coming off the bench is a joint league record with Giovanni Reyna.
- FCA have only won one of their last ten Bundesliga games. Away from home, the Függerstädter are 12 games without a win.
- Augsburg would drop down to the relegation zone if they are defeated and Bochum and Stuttgart both win.
- The game will be refereed by Dr. Matthias Jöllenbeck, with Christian Gittelmann and Rafael Foltyn his assistants. Dr. Robert Kampka is the fourth official, with Daniel Siebert and Jan Seidel on VAR duty.
- For updates, follow Borussia’s English-language social media channels on Twitter and Facebook and use the hashtag #BMGFCA.