Hertha Berlin vs. B. Leverkusen (Sunday, 2.30pm)
The hosts fell 2-0 at Hoffenheim last weekend after winning their previous three matches in all competitions, whilst their visitors bounced back in Europe in midweek after a poor run of form in recent weeks.
We say: Hertha Berlin 2-2 Bayer Leverkusen
This looks set to be an entertaining encounter on Sunday, with us expecting to see plenty of goals in this tie.
Usually on paper this would look to be a fairly comfortable win for Leverkusen, but due to their shaky form of late, we can see Hertha managing to pick up a point against their visitors due to the benefit of home advantage.
FC Koln vs. Union Berlin (Sunday, 4.30pm)
The hosts suffered defeat at Borussia Dortmund last weekend but remain in a solid mid-table position, whilst the visitors continue their disruption of the usual 'big hitters' by occupying a European spot once more.
We say: FC Koln 1-1 Union Berlin
These sides arrive into this fixture fairly evenly matched, and for this reason we can see this one being a tight affair, with a draw being a likely outcome.
Koln are strong at home and Union struggle on their travels, so despite Union possessing a little extra quality, we believe the hosts will pick up at least a point on Sunday.
Greuther Furth vs. Frankfurt (Sunday, 6.30pm)
The hosts will prop up the table heading into the break regardless of Sunday's result, whilst the visitors have endured a disappointing start to the campaign themselves under their new manager.
We say: Greuther Furth 1-2 Eintracht Frankfurt
Although Frankfurt are yet to play near their best for much of the season so far, they should possess the quality to see off a poor Greuther outfit on Sunday.
There may be a few nervy moments and some tired legs after a midweek European away trip for the visitors, but it is difficult to see where the hosts will manage to pick up their next point in a long and hard Bundesliga campaign.