Hoffenheim vs. Borussia M'bach (Wednesday, 7.30pm)
The hosts, meanwhile, are still not completely safe from relegation, with Sebastian Hoeness's side six points clear of the bottom three having played one game more than Hertha Berlin in the relegation playoff spot.
We say: Hoffenheim 1-2 Borussia Monchengladbach
Now that they have little to lose, Gladbach appear to be finding their stride once again, with several players potentially looking to impress their future manager Hutter, albeit from afar on Wednesday.
Hoffenheim have improved defensively recently, but a third successive clean sheet feels beyond them. As such, we can envisage them falling to a narrow defeat, but no outcome would come as a surprise here.
Werder Bremen vs. Mainz 05 (Wednesday, 7.30pm)
The hosts have lost five successive league games to slip perilously closer to the relegation zone.
We say: Werder Bremen 1-2 Mainz 05
Mainz have picked up 11 points from a possible 15, compared with Bremen losing five matches in a row, so there is little doubt which side heads into this match with more momentum.
The visitors should be fresher, too, after their match against Hertha at the weekend was postponed. We can envisage them using this to their advantage and gaining a crucial win.
Dortmund vs. Union Berlin (Wednesday, 7.30pm)
Union Berlin, meanwhile, are aiming to qualify for the Europa League, and can move three points behind Dortmund with a win.
We say: Borussia Dortmund 2-1 Union Berlin
Union Berlin have only lost six of 29 league games this season, so any win is unlikely to come easily for Dortmund, even with their recent improvement in results and performances on the whole.
However, with their top-four chase gathering momentum, we expect BVB to narrowly edge a tense and nervy encounter.
Stuttgart vs. Wolfsburg (Wednesday, 7.30pm)
The home team, meanwhile, will move into the top half of the table if they can avoid defeat.
We say: Stuttgart 1-2 Wolfsburg
While Wolfsburg may miss their first choice full-backs, we still expect them to have a little too much for a stuttering Stuttgart side.
Matarazzo's outfit have desperately missed the pace and power of Wamangituka, with an overeliance on target man Kalajdzic proving easier to defend against.
The Wolves will be highly motivated to bounce back from two successive defeats and ensure they get over the line in terms of qualifying for next season's Champions League.