5 facts and figures on the home game against 1. FC Köln

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On Saturday, FC Bayern take on 1. FC Köln in the Bundesliga at the Allianz Arena. Check out our facts and figures for the home game against the Billy Goats to find out how the men from Munich fared in their last match against the team from the Rhineland and which anniversaries the game marks.

Bayern were 2-1 winners in the reverse fixture in Cologne, with goals from Thomas Müller and Serge Gnabry.

1. Bayern dominance ahead of anniversary clash

FC Bayern and 1. FC Köln will face off for the 100th time in German professional football. The record champions clearly dominate the stats with 52 wins and just 24 defeats (23 draws) - Köln have lost more often only to arch-rivals Borussia Mönchengladbach (56 times) than to FCB.

2. Clear-cut affair of late

Köln have managed to pick up just one point from their last 13 Bundesliga meetings with FCB. They've waited longer for a win against Bayern than against any other team.

3. Bayern's terrific home record

FC Bayern haven't lost any of their last 20 Bundesliga home games and have pocketed 52 of a possible 60 points at the Allianz Arena during this period.

In their last outing at the Allianz Arena, against Bielefeld (3-3), the Bavarians had to contend with driving snow.

4. 121 years of FC Bayern

On 27 February, the day of the match, the club with the biggest global membership celebrates its 121st club anniversary. We would like to say: Happy birthday, FC Bayern!

5. Lewandowski trumps Köln

Robert Lewandowski has failed to score in just one of the past twelve Bundesliga games and set a new Bundesliga record with 26 goals after 22 matchdays. That means the Pole has scored more goals this season than 1. FC Köln (20).

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