The battle to stay in the Bundesliga is set to go to the wire after relegation-threatened Augsburg lost 2-0 at Freiburg on Sunday. Augsburg are one of four teams fighting to stay in Germany's top tier with just two games left.
Goals by DR Congo's Cedrick Makiadi and Jonathan Schmid left Freiburg sixth, good enough to qualify for next season's UEFA Europa League, but leaves Augsburg deep in the relegation mire.
The Bavarians are 16th in the league, which means a relegation play-off clash over two legs against the team who finish third in the second division at the end of the season.
Bottom side Greuther Fuerth, who earned a shock 2-0 win at VfB Stuttgart on Saturday, have already been relegated, but will be joined by one more team, either Hoffenheim, Augsburg, Fortuna Duesseldorf or Werder Bremen.
Later Hamburg stayed three-points shy of the Europa League places with a 1-1 draw at home to mid-table Wolfsburg after Heiko Westermann's first-half header was cancelled out by Wolves' Japan star Makoto Hasebe on 65 minutes.