Schalke vs. Bayern (Sunday, 2.30pm)
Bayern won the reverse fixture 8-0 in September, so at the very least the hosts will be looking to keep the scoreline much more respectable this time around.
We say: Schalke 04 1-4 Bayern Munich
With Amine Harit, Mark Uth and Hoppe reinvigorating Schalke offensively of late, we can see the hosts scoring.
However, Gross's side have by far the worst defensive record in the Bundesliga, so the 66-year-old may be content enough if his side can concede (at most) half of the amount of goals they shipped to Bayern in the 8-0 defeat in September when Manuel Baum was manager.
Our tipster partners are predicting that both teams will score (BTTS - yes).
Hoffenheim vs. FC Koln (Sunday, 5.00pm)
Hoffenheim take on FC Koln in the Bundesliga on Sunday, with the hosts looking to put more distance between themselves and their forthcoming opponents, who currently occupy the relegation playoff position in the table.
Both sides are coming off the back of morale boosting victories in midweek, so it could be a higher quality affair than perhaps anticipated.
We say: Hoffenheim 2-1 FC Koln
With Kramaric looking close to his best once again, we can envisage Hoffenheim putting serious distance between themselves and the relegation zone with a crucial victory.
Any victory for either side is unlikely to be by a big margin, though, with Koln regularly remaining competitive in games this season.
Our tipster partners are predicting a double chance bet on a home win or an away win.