Freiburg coach Christian Streich is reading more into Greuther Furth's performances than their results, and has a warning for his side.
Furth slipped to the bottom of the Bundesliga last weekend and have only won once all season, but Streich insists that does not reflect their quality.
``If you just look at the way Furth play, then you have got to take your hat off to them,'' he said.
``I therefore expect it to be a very interesting game.
``They played like we did in Hannover, yet they lost 2-0. They are playing the way we play, but don't have that bit of luck, but that makes them dangerous for us.''
Freiburg's own football has won many plaudits this season, and they also have the results to go with it.
Indeed, with 20 points from the first 15 games of the season, they are just three points adrift of the top six, or more importantly, halfway to their aim of 40 for the season.
However, Streich has several selection problems with Fallou Diagne suspended and four further players injured.
``We may have to improvise a little again, but we will certainly be able to put a competitive side together who will do all they can to make this a successful last home game of the year,'' added Streich.
``Our team can put (difficulties) behind them and this is pleasing and it shows the mental strength.''
Wolfgang Hesl is expected to keep goal for Furth once again after being chosen over first-choice custodian Max Grun for the 1-0 defeat to Stuttgart last weekend.
Grun has not taken his demotion very well, but Buskens hopes the move, brought about by what he claims were sub-standard performances from the 25-year-old, will prompt an upturn in his form.
``Little dips happen during your career,'' said the Furth coach. ``We know what we have in Max.''
Grun told Kicker magazine: ``I take the decision as it is, but I don't accept it. Doing so would mean standing still and standing still is like going backwards for me.
``I will continue to give it all I have got.''
Hesl made an impressive debut last weekend, in spite of the defeat, and the change has also been well received by the goalkeeper's team-mates.
``We know that nobody can be assured of their place in our current situation,'' said Lasse Sobiech, who is also bidding for a larger slice of the action.