Matchday 30: Saturday, 6 June, 15:30 CET: Fortuna Düsseldorf – TSG
Three of the five matches TSG have played against Fortuna Düsseldorf have ended with the score tied at 1-1 - including the reverse fixture in November. The overall head-to-head record between the two sides is evenly matched, with TSG winning one and losing one of the other two encounters between the two sides. The sole Hoffenheim success is one fans of the club no doubt look back on fondly: a 3-0 triumph in April 2013 set the team on the way to avoiding relegation through the ''Miracle of Dortmund.''
Matchday 31: Friday, 12 June, 20:30 CET: TSG – RB Leipzig
Julian Nagelsmann is set to make his return to Sinsheim. This will be the first time the former TSG head coach has sat in the opposition dugout at the PreZero Arena. The 32-year-old previously spent nine years on the coaching staff in Hoffenheim. His former charges will be determined to pick up all three points after failing to win any of their last four matches against the visitors from Leipzig.
Matchday 32: Wednesday, 17 June, 20:30 CET: FC Augsburg – TSG
Augsburg has been a happy hunting ground for TSG in recent years: Hoffenheim have won their last four matches in the Bavarian city, conceding only one goal in the process. The final score in 2019 was 4-0 to TSG, with Ishak Belfodil grabbing a hat-trick.
Matchday 33: Saturday, 20 June, 15:30 CET: TSG – 1. FC Union Berlin
The last home game of the season will mark a historic first: TSG Hoffenheim will host Union Berlin for the first time in the Bundesliga. TSG's visit to Berlin in December was a night to remember for Christoph Baumgartner: the Austrian grabbed his first ever Bundesliga goal in TSG's 2-0 win.
Matchday 34: Saturday, 27 June, 15:30 CET: Borussia Dortmund – TSG
Dortmund, Matchday 34. Last-day-of-the-season duels with BVB have become a club tradition of sorts - and each of them have ended with a historic win for TSG. Seven years ago, Hoffenheim dodged relegation thanks to two late Sejad Salihovic penalties in what has been dubbed the ''Miracle of Dortmund.'' On 12 May 2018, Pavel Kadeřábek scored the all-important goal to wrap up a 3-1 win and fire TSG into the Champions League. Alfred Schreuder's side ran out 2-1 winners in the reverse fixture in December.