|Bayern Munich: Kraft; Lahm, Tymoshchuk, Luiz Gustavo, Pranjic - Kroos, Schweinsteiger - Robben, Mueller, Ribery - Gomez
|Borussia Moenchengladbach: Bailly - Jantschke, Stranzl, Dante, Daems - Nordtveit, Fink - Neustaedter - Reus, Arango - Idrissou
- Bayern Munich are surprisingly yet to win three times in a row in the Bundesliga this season. The game against Moenchengladbach is Bayern's best bet to finally achieve this.
- Die Roten have an astonishing record of 32 wins, 9 draws and 1 loss against Die Fohlen at home.
- The Bavarians have won eight of their nine home games. Louis van Gaal's men last lost to Borussia Dortmund.
- However, this was Bayern Munich's fourth loss in competitive games at the Allianz Arena this season, equalling their negative home record from 2000-01.
- Van Gaal's men are leading the goalscoring charts in the Bundesliga this season with 59 goals, while Lucien Favre's men boast the worst defensive record so far in the German championship with 61 conceded.
- Borussia Moenchengladbach have lost 32 times in 42 games in Munich, winning only once. This streak, together with the 111 goals conceded in Bavaria, is a negative club record.
- Moenchegladbach last won in Bavaria in season 1995-96 when Bayern Munich's current sporting director Christian Nerlinger was still an active player for Die Roten.
- Die Fohlen have already picked up 13 points in the second half of the season, three more than before the winter break.
- Borussia Moenchengladbach have scored 36 goals in 42 games in Munich, less than 0.86 goals per game.
- Both Lucien Favre and Louis van Gaal have picked up 34 wins as coaches in the Bundesliga, but the Dutch tactitian has done so in 19 games fewer.
November 6, 2010: Borussia Moenchengladbach 3-3 Bayern Munich
Die Fohlen continued the tradition of putting up quite a fight against Die Roten at home and nearly claimed the three points in an exciting game earlier this season. Patrick Herrmann gave the hosts the lead with a fortunate goal, only to see it cancelled out by Mario Gomez six minutes later. Bastian Schweinsteiger put Die Rekordmeister in the driving seat with an exquisite backheel, but then missed a penalty.
Igor De Camargo's introduction after the break turned the game around as Marco Reus and the Brazilian hit the champions with a five-minute double salvo. Philipp Lahm saved face for the Bavarians with a precise finish minutes before the final whistle.