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Dortmund will look to maintain their hold on second place in the Bundesliga and prevent Bayern Munich from claiming the title when they take on Hannover later today.
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Jurgen Klopp’s side are currently one point ahead of third place Schalke and another slip up similar to the 2-1 defeat to Borussia Monchengladbach could prove costly, especially with Schalke one of the league’s form side.
With second place on the line, there is the added caveat that should Dortmund and Schalke both lose and Munich win then Pep Guardiola’s men will claim the title, Klopp will be keen to ensure that his men keep up their side of the bargain.
The 46 year old, who saw his side beaten once again midweek against Zenith St. Petersburg although they did progress 5-4 on aggregate, will be able to take his place on the sidelines despite his sending off last weekend.
Klopp was sent to the stands after getting embroiled in an argument with the fourth official when substitute Marvin Ducksch’s late goal was ruled out due to a foul by Robert Lewandowski.
Thankfully though for the club Klopp avoided a touchline ban for his actions, with the German Football Association instead choosing to impose a €10,000 fine, but any further misdemeanours would likely result in a ban.
Dortmund will be without Marcel Schmelzer after he injured his groin against Zenith.
Hannover meanwhile are sweating on the fitness of Artjoms Rudnevs following an ankle injury sustained against Hertha Berlin last weekend.
Tayfun Korkut’s side ended a run of straight matches without a win in that 3-0 success, a result that moved them up to 11th in the table 7 points clear of the relegation zone.
The game with Dortmund will also be the first since club captain and record appearance holder Steve Cherundolo called time on his career. The 35 year old former USA International defender has struggled with injuries this season making just two appearances and he has now decided to hang up his boots.
Borussia won 1-0 when they two sides met earlier in the season with Marco Reus grabbing the only goal from the penalty spot after four minutes.