The title race may look like a formality now, but there's still an almighty scramble for places in the top four and numerous other issues to resolve in the German top-flight.
We've picked out three major matches to preview and then predicted scores to place an accumulator bet on betPawa - how do they match up with yours? Click the link below each fixture to follow it live with us.
🏟 Wolfsburg vs Borussia Dortmund
A 3-1 win at Stuttgart means Wolfsburg still have a comfortable cushion inside the Bundesliga’s Champions League places despite suffering consecutive defeats prior to that midweek success. Oliver Glasner’s men conceded 3+ goals in both of those losses, yet they’ve still got the second-lowest goals-against average in the division.
Dortmund isn't completely out of the running for a UCL spot yet - and they'll travel with confidence having won their last five visits to Wolfsburg. 73.33% of Dortmund's Bundesliga away goals this season have arrived after the halftime break, so late action looks likely. Dortmund might just blow the top-four race wide open again.
🔮 Prediction: Wolfsburg 1-2 Dortmund
🏟 Mainz vs Bayern
A run of seven games without defeat has lifted Mainz five points clear of relegation danger, which is convenient seeing as though they face the champions-elect next. Bayern turned a two-goal deficit into a 5-2 win in the reverse fixture and they should win another high-scoring encounter here. To reinforce this, eight of the last nine H2Hs witnessed at least two first-half goals, with four of Mainz's last five Bundesliga outings seeing both sides score.
🔮 Prediction: Mainz 1-3 Bayern
🏟 Bayer Leverkusen vs Eintracht Frankfurt
Seven consecutive H2Hs have now witnessed the home side on the day win and over 2.5 match goals. With 11 of Leverkusen’s 15 Bundesliga home games also witnessing over 2.5 goals, and five of the previous six seeing both teams score (W3, D1, L2), another goal-filled game looks likely.
Eintracht is unpredictable on the road results-wise having won just two of their last five, but action is always guaranteed, with their away days averaging 3.60 goals per game this term.
Leverkusen has won back-to-back home games while Eintracht has won four of their last five overall, so these sides could cancel one another out. André Silva scored last time out, and Frankfurt is now unbeaten in 23 of the last 24 Bundesliga games he’s found the net (W16, D7, L1).
🔮 Prediction: Leverkusen 2-2 Eintracht Frankfurt