Bundesliga is back with Borussia Dortmund v Schalke, Bayer Leverkusen v Mainz, Dusselforf v Bayern Munich, Eintracht Frankfurt Hannover, Wolfsburg v Freiburg and Hamburg v Stuttgart as fans can watch all the action with Bet365 and their live stream service.
The Bundesliga certainly looks to be as enthralling as ever this weekend with a number of teams at the top and bottom of the table going up against each other.
Kicking the action off on Friday evening is a match that looks to be between two relegation candidates as bottom of the table Greuther Furth travel to Hoffenheim, who sit just two points above the drop zone.
With this being the first game to take place over the weekend, a win for either side would mean a great deal, especially the visitors as it would lift them out of the bottom three.
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Saturday is where some really mouth-watering fixtures take place, with one of the pick of them being Borussia Dortmund v Schalke, which is a battle between the teams in third and fourth.
Neither side has been able to put a run of victorious together so far and know that if they are to challenge for top spot this campaign, then this is the kind of match they need to be winning.
The current leaders are Bayern Munich and they look to be by far and away the best team in the league at the moment with seven wins from seven. Bayern face a tough trip to Fortuna Dusseldorf on Saturday, but will be extremely confident of another win.
Second placed Eintracht Frankfurt then take on Hannover in another matchup between two sides in the top six.
Elsewhere, Wolfsburg, who sit in 17th place host mid-table Freiburg and Borussia Monchengladbach travel to Werder Bremen.
Moving onto Sunday’s action, Hamburger v Stuttgart is the pick of the two fixtures taking place, with the home side looking to move closer to the top four should results go their way, whilst Stuttgart could find themselves in the relegation zone by the time they kick off.
The final game to look at is another game between two sides near the bottom of the table as Nurnberg host Augsburg.
They sit in 14th and 16th respectively, meaning this is a real crunch tie near the drop zone.
Bring on another weekend action in the Bundesliga.