Bayern vs. Hoffenheim (Saturday, 2.30pm)
The hosts have returned from the international break with two devastating displays in the last week, whilst the visitors put in a scintillating display of their own last time out.
We say: Bayern Munich 4-1 Hoffenheim
The devastating form of Bayern heading into this one means a big home win will be expected by most on Saturday, with very few sides being able to stop the reigning champions when they are in this kind of mood.
Although their style of play under Nagelsmann may see them concede chances to Hoffenheim, they will be expected to outscore their opponents with the likes of Lewandowski, Sane and Gnabry leading the attack.
RB Leipzig vs. Greuther Furth (Saturday, 2.30pm)
The hosts have lacked consistency in the Bundesliga at the start of the campaign and will be expected to record a comfortable victory against their newly-promoted visitors, who are yet to win on their return to the top flight.
We say: RB Leipzig 4-0 Greuther Furth
Despite the struggles of Leipzig so far this campaign, they will be expected to record a comfortable victory over their struggling opponents on Saturday.
Greuther are unlikely to trouble their hosts too much, so it will be more of a matter of damage limitation for them at the Red Bull Arena.
Wolfsburg vs. Freiburg (Saturday, 2.30pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors are the only remaining unbeaten side left in the division as they head to the Volkswagen Arena this weekend.
We say: Wolfsburg 1-1 Freiburg
With the lack of goals over the pitch on Saturday, and the solid form of the visitors, it is difficult to predict an open and entertaining affair when these sides meet.
Freiburg will frustrate their hosts, and it is difficult to see them losing it so a tight draw is our prediction for this one.
Arminia Bielefeld vs. Dortmund (Saturday, 2.30pm)
The hosts are still looking for their first league win of the campaign, whilst the visitors are looking to keep the pressure on reigning champions Bayern Munich at the top of the table.
We say: Arminia Bielefeld 0-2 Borussia Dortmund
A comfortable away victory should be on the cards here on Saturday, with the quality possessed by Dortmund in comparison to their hosts Bielefeld.
Despite the shaky defending on show from the visitors, it is difficult to see where the goals will be coming from for the hosts, so a win-to-nil is a likely outcome for BVB.
Hertha Berlin vs. Borussia M'bach (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Hertha Berlin will be hoping to put some extra breathing space between themselves and the relegation zone when they welcome Borussia Monchengladbach to the Olympiastadion in the Bundesliga on Saturday.
The hosts earned a vital win last weekend, whilst the visitors will be looking to continue their upturn in recent results after a disappointing start to the campaign.
We say: Hertha Berlin 1-2 Borussia Monchengladbach
Goals should be expected when these two meet on Saturday based on the stats and form leading up to it, particularly considering the defensive woes of Hertha.
If Gladbach can continue their upturn in form in recent weeks, then they should have the quality to edge out their hosts, although they will need to be more clinical in front of goal than they were last week if they are to come out victorious.