Remarkably, there are still four teams in the Bundesliga this season who have not yet lost a match. Bayern Munich (obviously), FC Koln, RB Leipzig and Hoffenheim all boast unbeaten records in their respective opening six matches of the 16/17 campaign.
The biggest surprise out of the four must surely be RB Leipzig. Three wins and three draws marks a sensational rise for the club who were playing in the German 4th tier just five years ago.
The Red Bull owned club travel to Wolfsburg on Sunday looking to maintain that unbeaten run against the 2008/09 Bundesliga Champions who have only collected the one win this campaign.
Wolfsburg will be desperate to kick start their season and at 13/10 with comeon.com they are certainly worth a punt.
However, with RB Leipzig lightning start to the season perhaps a draw offers the best value at 23/10 with comeon.com.
German giants Bayern Munich’s juggernaut is showing no signs of slowing down as they go in pursuit of their 27th German title. Eintracht Frankfurt are the next club up in the tracks on Saturday afternoon attempting escape without a heavy battering.
Eintracht themselves sit 8th in the table after a solid start and will be looking to take advantage of being at home. They boast a solid defence as well having only conceded six times this season but equally they have only found the back of the net 8 times all season.
With home advantage expect Eintracht to score but still lose the game. You can get both teams to score at 21/20 with comeon.com.
Arguably the match of the weekend falls on Friday as Borussia Dortmund host second place side Hertha BSC.
Hertha are enjoying a fast start to their campaign picking up four wins out of their opening six matches to date, losing only to Bayern in the process and head into the match after picking up three points last time out against struggling Hamburg with a 2-0 victory.
Dortmund are hot on Hertha’s heels in third place in the table but head into the encounter having suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Bayer Leverkusen in week 6.
With home advantage Dortmund are rightly favourites at 20/67 but the draw looks a good price at 9/2 or if you fancy the upset and Hertha to continue their impressive form then why not back them at a very well-priced 35/4? All with comeon.com.
FC Koln will expect to maintain their unbeaten start to the season as they face a relegation threatened Ingolstadt side in Cologne.
Ingolstadt are winless so far this campaign with just a solitary point to show for their efforts collected against Hamburg in the opening weekend of the season.
FC Koln on the other hand have three wins and three draws and sit in an impressive fourth place in the table.
Expect a low scoring affair but FC Koln to win it. Get on FC Koln to win the first half at 29/20 with comeon.com.
Jump on Wolfsburg to get the better of high flying RB Leipzig at 13/10 with comeon.com