The ‘Englische woche’ or ‘English week’ is known for its tricky mid-week fixture list and the Germans are joining in, headlining with Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich.
We’ve got all the latest on Der Klassiker but stick around here as we run down the eight other ties happening this week.
Bayer Leverkusen v Wolfsburg (Tuesday, 19:30)
Leverkusen have come in to 80/1 from 150s for a shock title win. But their focus will be on making it three wins on the spin since the re-start which you can find at 8/11.
Wolfsburg are no mugs however, and are right in the hunt for a European place. Die Wölfe were squeezed out by BVB last weekend but are 17/5 for victory here.
We could see some onion-bag action at the BayArena, with Over 3.5 goals at 11/8. Wunderkid Kai Havertz is 6/5 to score anytime.
The visitors dangerman could be Wout Weghorst at 7/4 to score anytime.
Eintracht Frankfurt v SC Freiburg (Tuesday, 19:30)
The home side have resumed with back to back losses but could fancy their chances at Evens to beat Freiburg, who haven’t won away in their last four attempts.
Eintracht have conceded eight goals in their last two matches – so both teams to score could be worth a look at 7/10.
As for the away side, Nils Petersen is 9/4 to score anytime.
RB Leipzig v Hertha Berlin (Wednesday, 17:30)
RB Leipzig went into fifth gear with a 5-0 hammering of Mainz on Sunday but welcome a resurgent Hertha side to the Red Bull Arena.
The hosts are 25/1 for the title and are 1/3 to see off Die Alte Dame here.
Hertha have renewed vigour under new boss Bruno Labbadia and are 15/2 to grab the win. Our traders’ line up Hertha hitman Vedad Ibisevic to score in an away win at 12s.
Timo Werner is 13/5 to follow up his hat-trick last time out with 2 or more goals.
Best of the rest
Elsewhere, Werder Bremen will look to follow up their win over Freiburg with the 3/1 scalp of Borussia Monchengladbach.
Schalke and Fortuna are in desperate need of three points for very different reasons with David Wagner’s side at 33/20 for victory.
Down near the bottom Augsburg are 10/11 to make home advantage count against Paderborn (14/5).
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication