Competition: Bundesliga Date: Sunday 23rd October 2016 Venue: Red Bull Arena Kick-Off: 14:30 BST
RB Leipzig have two injury absentees for the hosting of Werder Bremen as both Lukas Klostermann and Marcel Sabitzer are sidelined.
The hosts could continue with Naiby Keita in midfield and Marcel Sabitzer is pushing for a start up-top.
Werder Bremen are without five first-team players through injury this weekend and Serge Gnabry is a doubt with a knock.
Santiago García is likely to start at left-back again, with Robert Bauer on the bench as a result.
Newly-promoted RB Leipzig have taken the Bundesliga by storm this season and sit fifth heading into their clash with Werder Bremen, having remained unbeaten in their seven matches so far. With positive results against the likes of Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen, the minnows will be favourites for a victory here.
Under new boss Alexander Nouri though, Werder Bremen have started to find their feet this season and all of their seven points this term have come in the last three matches. Without a host of key players for the trip to Leipzig though, Nouri could experience his first defeat in charge of the club.
RB Leipzig would rise to second in the standings with a victory, and could move top if Bayern Munich slip-up against Borussia Monchengladbach this evening, which would cap-off a tremendous start to life in the top-flight.
Gulacsi, Bernardo, Orban, Compper, Halstenberg, Kaiser, Keita, Demme, Forsberg, Werner, Poulsen
Wiedwald, Selassie, Sane, Moisander, Garcia, Grillitsch, Hajrovic, Fritz, Junuzovic, Gnabry, Manneh
RB Leipzig are one of three undefeated side in the Bundesliga this season, alongside Bayern Munich and Hoffenheim.
Werder Bremen have failed to win their last 7 away matches in the Bundesliga.