Borussia M'bach vs. B. Leverkusen (Saturday, 2.30pm)
Gladbach narrowly pipped Leverkusen to fourth spot last season, but on current form neither of these sides will be representing Germany in Europe's elite competition next season.
We say: Borussia Monchengladbach 2-2 Bayer Leverkusen
We can see an entertaining score draw between these two sides, both of whom it is fair to say are more comfortable attacking than they are defending.
In truth, a share of the spoils would probably do neither club any favour in terms of finishing in the top four, but those ambitions appear to be increasingly unlikely in any case.
Hoffenheim vs. Wolfsburg (Saturday, 2.30pm)
The home team, meanwhile, can play with greater freedom having picked up five points from their last three league games to move away from the relegation zone.
We say: Hoffenheim 1-2 Wolfsburg
We can envisage Wolfsburg grinding their way to yet another win, but perhaps at the expense of their remarkable run of clean sheets.
Kramaric and Bebou should cause them problems at times, but likewise Glasner's side may have too much going the other way against a makeshift defence.
Frankfurt vs. Stuttgart (Saturday, 2.30pm)
After a run of five straight successes, Adi Hutter's men were left empty-handed last time out, while the visitors were the latest to take advantage of crisis club Schalke's woes.
We say: Eintracht Frankfurt 2-2 Stuttgart
Fans could be set for another entertaining encounter between these two sides, who have surpassed expectations this season and continue to impress.
Though Frankfurt's formidable home record should remain intact, the visitors travel well - averaging over two goals per game on the road - and are fearless competitors, so a second high-scoring draw could well ensue.
Hertha Berlin vs. Augsburg (Saturday, 2.30pm)
Augsburg did exactly that by winning 1-0 at Mainz 05 last weekend, moving eight points clear of Hertha and the bottom three in the process.
We say: Hertha Berlin 1-1 Augsburg
We can envisage a share of the spoils in Berlin on Saturday, with much dependent on the side Dardai selects.
The 44-year-old has been unfortunate with the schedule which he has been handed early in his second spell at Hertha, but he surely needs to utilise more attacking players from what is undoubtedly a talented squad.
Freiburg vs. RB Leipzig (Saturday, 2.30pm)
The home side, meanwhile, can move level on points with sixth-placed Bayer Leverkusen with a victory at the Schwarzwald-Stadion.
We say: Freiburg 1-2 RB Leipzig
We can envisage Freiburg making life difficult for Leipzig on Saturday, but Nagelsmann's side seem to have a knack of getting over the line at present.
The Bundesliga's second meanest defence is unlikely to offer as many opportunities to Streich's side as Leverkusen did last weekend.
Bayern vs. Dortmund (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Bayern Munich take on Borussia Dortmund in Der Klassiker on Saturday, with the visitors looking to win their third successive league game to boost their chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League.
Bayern, meanwhile, must at least avoid defeat at the Allianz Arena to ensure they remain top of the table ahead of RB Leipzig.
We say: Bayern Munich 3-2 Borussia Dortmund
With several of their first-team players back in the fold, we expect Bayern to continue to have the edge on Dortmund and extend their winning run in Der Klassiker to five matches.
However, with Sancho and Erling Braut Haaland both in superb form in attack for the visitors, goals should certainly flow at both ends as they have typically done in Bayern games all season.