Last rounds saw some surprise results, namely Bayern losing 2-1 to Augsburg despite Robert Lewandowski again finding the back of the net. That has now opened a life-line of sorts for Borussia Dortmund, who have moved to one point behind the league leaders and could overtake the reigning champs with a win against Wolfsburg.
Will we see some changes in the league table?
Here's all you need to know ahead of matchday 13.
Bundesliga standings heading into matchday 13
Here's how the table looks ahead of matchday 13.
Bundesliga games you won't want to miss on matchday 13
Bochum vs Freiburg: Freiburg were the last unbeaten side in the Bundesliga, but now have lost back to back games. Will they be able to rediscover their form when they travel to face a Bochum side who are doing their utmost best to claw their way up the table?
Wolfsburg vs Borussia Dortmund: A win here would see die Schwarzgelben overtake Bayern - at least temporarily - until die Roten play later on Saturday. However, they'll have to be careful of Wolfsburg, who've had their ups and downs this term but appear to be slowly getting back on track, with two wins and a draw from their last three games. Still, the opportunity to overtake Bayern in the standings will be a motivating factor for Marco Rose's side, who have shown that they're not reliant on Norwegian striker Erling Haaland to do all the heavy lifting 24/7.
Bayern vs Arminia Bielefeld: After their surprise loss to Augsburg, many eyes will be on how Bayern respond - and how their relegation-threatened visitors will have to contend with a team who will certainly be looking for someone to take out their frustrations on. With Dortmund facing Wolfsburg, Bayern also know they can't afford any more slip-ups, otherwise they could find die Schwarzgelben ahead of them in the league standings - especially if they beat Wolfsburg earlier in the day on Saturday.
RB Leipzig vs Bayer Leverkusen: Two sides who've had some tough patches will go head to head. Leipzig will be keen on getting back to winning ways after seeing their four game unbeaten streak snapped last round, while Leverkusen will aim to make it back to back wins after ending their four game winless streak with a vital win last time out.
Team news for matchday 13
Here's who's out or in doubt for matchday 13
*All info as of 25 November 2021
Bayern Munich: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (COVID-19), Joshua Kimmich (COVID-19); Doubtful - Michaël Cuisance (COVID-19), Serge Gnabry (not included), Theo Hernandez (hamstring injury), Jamal Musiala (COVID-19), Tanguy Nianzou (shoulder injury), Marcel Sabitzer (calf injury)
Borussia Dortmund: Erling Haaland (hip injury), Mateu Morey (knee injury), Gio Reyna (thigh injury), Marcel Schmelzer (knee injury), Marius Wolf (thigh injury); Doubtful - Roman Burki (illness), Raphaël Guerreiro (muscular), Thorgan Hazard (COVID-19), Youssoufa Moukoko (eye injury)
Wolfsburg: Bartosz Bialek (knee injury), Koen Casteels (COVID-19), Xaver Schlager (knee injury), William (knee); Doubtful - Renato Steffen (calf injury)
RB Leipzig: Marcel Halstenberg (ankle injury), Dani Olmo (hamstring injury), Yussuf Poulsen (calf injury), Marcelo Saracchi (knee injury); Doubtful - Peter Gulacsi (COVID-19), Mohamed Simakan (cold)
Bayer Leverkusen: Mitchel Bakker (ankle injury), Julian Baumgartlinger (knee injury), Timothy Fosu-Mensah (knee injury)
Borussia M'Gladbach: Mamadou Doucoure (Achilles injury), Breel Embolo (hamstring injury), Tony Jantschke (facial fracture); Doubtful - Jordan Beyer (thigh injury), Nico Elvedi (knee injury), Christoph Kramer (thigh injury)
Bundesliga matchday 13 fixtures