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Borussia Dortmund’s seemingly tough task of wrestling their Bundesliga crown back from Bayern Munich begins on Saturday with a trip to Augsburg.
Jurgen Klopp’s men travel to Bavaria in good form having made a strong start to the German season. Fresh from striking the first blow against Bayern in the Super Cup final with a 4-2 win Dortmund beat Wilhelmshaven 3-0 in the first round of the DFB-Pokal.
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The Black and Yellows have a good recent record against their weekend hosts winning both clashes last season, 3-1 away and 4-2 at home and their fans will be expecting a similar result this time round.
The club may have lost Mario Goetze during the summer but they have so far managed to retain the services of key striker Robert Lewandowski and with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also coming in the club look in a healthy position to mount a serious challenge to Bayern.
Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin, currently on loan at the Westfalenstadion from Real Madrid, was pleased with the club’s cup win last weekend, telling the official Bundesliga website “We moved the ball around pretty well,”
The Turkey International will be hoping that his said can shake off the shackles of pre-season and play with a bit more pace against their Bavarian’s hosts adding “We could have maybe injected a bit more pace into the match, but then Wilhelmshaven were playing very deep. That doesn’t make it any easier for us deeper-lying midfielders to pick out the gaps.”
Augsburg meanwhile doesn’t have as lofty aspiration as their opponents and after narrowly escaping relegation last season a similar battle faces them this season, with Sporting director Stefan Reuter admitting that survival was the club’s sole aim for the 2013/2014 season.
“All we’re thinking about is avoiding relegation,” he confessed recently.
Despite those remarks, manager Markus Weinzierl and his charges made a good start to their campaign last weekend securing their place in the next round of the DFB-Pokal first-round tie with a 2-0 win over RB Leipzig with summer signing Halil Altintop, signed from Trabzonspor, opening his account on his competitive debut.
The game kicks off at Augsburg’s SGL Arena at 14.30 GMT.