A question mark is still hanging over last weekend's 2-1 win over Hoffenheim and the German Football Association (DFB) is next week due to determine whether that game could be replayed.
Leverkusen's second goal in that game should not have been given since the ball went in through a hole in the side-netting, but whatever the outcome of the DFB's hearing into the matter, Leverkusen sporting director Rudi Voller is keeping an open mind.
"We're not going to take any solicitors with us because we don't want that and we don't need it either," he told Sky.
"Whatever happens, we will accept the decision without hesitation."
Striker Kiessling has already put that incident behind him by scoring twice as Leverkusen defeated Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League in midweek.
"We told the players these days that the sign of a great team is the way they respond when they face a bit of a headwind," continued Voller, satisfied with his team's response.
"What Stefan has had to cope with was not nice and it wasn't justified either. The good thing is the unity we have shown in a situation like this."
Augsburg will be hoping Leverkusen have exhausted all of their pent-up anger at the bad press received in midweek.
That is not likely to be the case, though, according to former Augsburg player Jens Hegeler.
"We're certainly not going to underestimate Augsburg," he told the Augsburger Allgemeine newspaper. "We're not going to make that mistake.
"I'm glad they've established themselves in the Bundesliga and they are no longer being regarded as a newcomer, and they are no longer being underestimated either."