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5th of February

VFL Wolfsburg – 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam 3-2 (2-1) 
Scorers:
23′ Rebecka Blomqvist (W), 30′ Selina Cerci (T), 31′ Kathrin Hendrich (W), 51′ Nina Ehegotz (T), 57′ Zsanett Jakabfi (W)
Yellow cards: 21′ Lea Bahnemann (T), 33′ Johanna Elsig (T), 40′ Merle Barth (T)
Red cards: 42′ Lea Bahnemann (T) 2nd yellow

7th of February

Hoffenheim – Bayer Leverkusen 6-0 (1-0) 
Scorers:
24′ Jule Brand (H), 53′ Nicole Billa (H), 54′ Nicole Billa (H), 62′ Ann-Kathrin Vinken (H) og, 71′ Ann-Kathrin Vinken (H) og, 85′ Nicole Billa (H)
Yellow cards: /

FC Bayern – SV Meppen 7-1 (5-1) 
Scorers:
5′ Lea Schuller (B), 12′ Klara Buhl (B), 25′ Klara Buhl (B), 36′ Maike Berentzen (M), 39′ Maike Berentzen (B) og, 45+1′ Lina Magull (B), 47′ Lea Schuller (B), 51′ Klara Buhl (B)
Yellow cards: 57′ Sarah Schulte (M)

SSG Essen – SC Sand postponed

SV Werder Bremen – SC Freiburg postponed

Eintracht Frankfurt – MSV Duisburg

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