FRIDAY night's treat is the derby between Hertha Berlin and Union Berlin but it won't be the same without fans.
You have to feel sorry for Union Berlin supporters in their debut Bundesliga season.
Last week they missed the visit of champions Bayern Munich and now they'll be locked out of their derby against Hertha Berlin as the action continues behind closed doors.
At least they should be safe from the automatic drop and possibly get the chance to see these games next season.
Coach Urs Fischer is back in the dugout after breaking quarantine to attend a funeral and will have fond memories of his side's home win when fans went crazy to celebrate a 100th-minute clinching penalty from Seb Polter.
Hertha enjoyed a new manager bounce last week with Bruno Labbadia – their fourth boss this season – guiding them to a superb 3-0 victory at Hoffenheim.
The result lifted them above their noisy neighbours who had to suffer in silence at home to Bayern last week as their home fortress lost its fear factor.
In a derby form can go out the window but best bet could be both to score at 4-5 at William Hill with Union netting on nine of their last 10 road trips.
Vedad Ibisevic played well and scored for Hertha last week and is 6-1 at boylesports to strike first.
Slipstips has his own thoughts on Hertha Berlin vs Union Berlin so check out his tips.
There are already six Bundesliga previews posted including Kevinmac's look at Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt.
All this weekend's Bundesliga matches will be previewed and there were plenty of winners last week.
Check out the latest podcast featuring selectabet, Greg and SlipsTips for Belarus and Bundesliga tips.
There are two games in Bundesliga 2 and two in Belarus as well as one in the Faroes so more to look at than usual.
Well done to all the winners on Thursday and good luck with your Friday bets.