Bayern Munich seems to hardly be able to miss out on the title in the Bundesliga.
The leader saw close pursuer RB Leipzig surprisingly on Tuesday with 2-1 losses to 1. FC Köln.
Leipzig, where Justin Kluivert came in, fell 1-0 shortly after the break due to a goal from Jonas Hector.
The visitors equalized after an hour thanks to a hit by Amadou Haidara, but a minute later it became 2-1 again via Hector.
It was already the fourth point loss for Leipzig in the last six league games.
The team of trainer Julian Nagelsmann, which is linked to a transfer to Bayern, seems to have dropped out of the title fight.
Bayern, where coach Hans-Dieter Flick wants to leave, will take on Bayer Leverkusen later on Tuesday in-house and can then increase the lead over Leipzig to ten points.
Four rounds of play are scheduled after Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Schalke 04 can officially be relegated.
The last player, where Klaas-Jan Huntelaar plays, drops to the 2. Bundesliga after a defeat at Arminia Bielefeld.
Schalke was last not active in the Bundesliga in 1991.