FIVE - Pep Guardiola can claim a maximum of five titles at the end of his first season in charge at Bayern Munich. The 43-year-old won 14 titles in four years as Barcelona coach, but he already has three after just nine months at Bayern, who have claimed the UEFA Super Cup, the Club World Cup and now the Bundesliga so far this season. Bayern are also in the semi-finals of the German Cup and, having reached the quarter-finals where they will face Manchester United, are bidding to become the first side to successfuly defend the European Cup in the Champions League era.

FOUR - The number of Bundesliga points Bayern have dropped so far this season. Bayern were last beaten in October 2012 when Leverkusen enjoyed a 2-1 win at the Allianz Arena. Since then Bayern are unbeaten in 52 Bundesliga matches. A gritty 1-1 draw at Freiburg last August and a 1-1 draw at Leverkusen in October are the only blots on Bayern's near-perfect Bundesliga record.

THREE -- Bayern became the first German side to win the treble of Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup last season. They can win all three again with the German Cup final in Berlin on May 17 and the Champions League final a week later, on May 24 in Lisbon.

TWO -- The number of league games Bayern have drawn this season and failed to claim three points. No side has ever gone an entire Bundesliga campaign without defeat and the Bavarian giants are now seven games away from claiming yet another league record. Under Guardiola's predecessor Jupp Heynckes, Bayern broke or equalled 25 Bundesliga records last season but they are on course to break many of them 12 months later when the season finishes on May 10.

ONE -- The number of league games goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has missed this season. He has made the most appearances of any player in the Bayern squad. In terms of outfield players, right-back Rafina, midfielders Toni Kroos and Thomas Mueller and striker Mario Mandzukic have each missed just two of the 27 games Bayern have played.