FC Koln vs. B. Leverkusen (Sunday, 2.30pm)
Both sides are looking for a reaction after heavy defeats last weekend, and a victory against one of their local rivals will certainly be the perfect start to erasing the disappointments.
We say: FC Koln 2-2 Bayer Leverkusen
An entertaining clash looks to be on the cards between these two rivals on Sunday, with both defences sure to endure some nervy moments after their displays last weekend.
The home form of Koln, coupled with Leverkusen's away trip in Europe in midweek, means that we can see the hosts managing to earn a point against their third-placed opponents here.
Stuttgart vs. Union Berlin (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors are on a three-match winning streak heading into this weekend's Bundesliga fixture, looking to maintain their position in the European places.
We say: Stuttgart 1-1 Union Berlin
There is very little to separate these two sides as we head into Sunday's encounter, so a 1-1 draw where they cancel each other out seems like a likely outcome.
The prediction would be very different had Union been playing at home, but their patchy away record means the sides are very evenly matched.
VfL Bochum vs. Frankfurt (Sunday, 6.30pm)
The hosts have struggled on their return to the top flight so far this campaign, but climbed out of the relegation places last weekend after earning a vital victory, whilst their visitors lost on their return from the international break before bouncing back in Europe on Thursday.
We say: VfL Bochum 1-2 Eintracht Frankfurt
The upturn in recent results is likely to have brought the confidence back to this Frankfurt side, which means that their quality should shine through against their newly-promoted and struggling hosts on Sunday.
Bochum will certainly not allow it to be comfortable or easy for their visitors, but they may struggle against this calibre of opponent so a narrow away victory is our prediction for this one.