Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick does not believe Tuesday's clash with Borussia Dortmund will be a Bundesliga title decider.
Leaders Bayern maintained their four-point lead over second-placed Dortmund with a 5-2 win over Eintracht Frankfurt.
Meanwhile, Dortmund hope to have Mats Hummels fit for the game against his former side after the defender went off injured in a 2-0 victory at Wolfsburg.
Goals from Leon Goretzka, Thomas Mueller, Robert Lewandowski and Alphonso Davies did the damage for Bayern - along with a Martin Hinteregger own goal.
They could move seven points clear and put one hand on an eighth successive league title with a win over Dortmund but Flick says nothing will be decided mis week.
"We hope for a nice game on Tuesday," he said on the club's official website.
"Regardless of the result, nothing will be decided afterwards."
Despite a handsome scoreline there were areas of concern for Bayern.
After goals from Goretzka, Mueller and Lewandowski put them 3-0 up, their vulnerability at set-pieces was highlighted as Martin Hinteregger scored twice inside four minutes to make a game of it.
Davies restored some calm with a fourth goal, tough, and then Hinteregger put through his own net to make it a comfortable ending for the hosts.
Meanwhile, Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has confirmed the club has not taken up the option of turning Phillipe Coutinho's season-loan deal from Barcelona into a permanent move.
"The option expired and we haven't activated it," Rummenigge told German magazine Der Spiegel.
"We're going to plan our squad for next season and we'll see if he still has a role to play with us or not.
Raphael Guerreiro put the visitors Dortmund ahead at Wolfsburg in the 32nd minute and Achraf Hakimi fired home after a 78th-minute counter-attack.
However, they are sweating on the fitness of Hummels, who has an achilles issue.
Elsewhere on Saturday, Borussia Moenchengladbach were silently cheered on by 13,000 plastic cutout fans in the stands, but couldn't help slumping against Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 at home.
As well as the cutouts of real supporters, Gladbach's stands were adorned with banners protesting against games without spectators.
Werder Bremen held on for a 1-0 win over Freiburg and rock bottom Paderborn drew 1-1 with Hoffenheim.
Australian Associated Press