Bayern Munich will on Wednesday night host Eintracht Frankfurt in the DFB Pokal semi-final, just 18 days after their battle in the Bundesliga.
The last clash, at the same Allianz Arena, ended 5-2 in favour of the Bavarians, but this is a cup tie with a final ticket up for grabs.
Bayern are on the brink of winning the Bundesliga title, and a win tonight will move them a step closer to a domestic double.
Here are some of the facts and figures ahead of the clash, the biggest of the semi-finals.
- Bayern Munich are unbeaten in their last 15 home games against Eintracht, winning 14 of them
- They’ve also won each of the last 11 with a goal difference of 38:6
- Bayern's 1-0 win over Schalke in the quarters saw them reach the last four for the 11th year in a row
- In seven of the 10 previous years, FCB have progressed to the final
- Bayern are the most successful team in the competition with 19 DFB Cup trophies
- The Eagles have also come out on top in seven of their last eight cup meetings with fellow Bundesliga sides
- Manuel Neuer has kept 32 clean sheets in the cup in his career and could now equal the all-time record of 33 set by predecessor Oliver Kahn
- Thomas Müller could equal Sepp Maier and Gerd Muller's record of 47 wins in the competition if Bayern emerges victorious
- Bayern have found the net in each of their last 21 cup ties, Frankfurt in their last 15 - so a goalless draw is unlikely
- Eintracht have reached the semi-finals in three of the last four campaigns and going all the way to the final in the last two