Bundesliga Live Streaming : Borussia Dortmund v Hamburg available to watch online from Westfalenstadion

Bundesliga continues with Borussia Dortmund v Hamburg live streaming to watch online with Bet365.

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This evening kickoff is one of a busy Saturday in Germany, as the Bundesliga season looks to take shape. Once again it is the two quality teams, Bayern and Borussia who are making all the running.


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Borussia Dortmund will hope that the international break has no effect on their titles aspirations as they look to make it five wins from five.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have impressed so far this season, winning all four of their games and conceding just two goals in the process.

Summer signings Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan have impressed so far with 5 Bundesliga goals between them so far and Klopp is likely to look to their pair to inspire a fifth straight win on Saturday with last season’s top scorer Robert Lewandowski struggling to be fit.

The Polish striker returned early from Poland’s World Cup qualifiers with a tendon problem in his left knee and is likely to miss out. As is Lewandowski’s International team-mate Jakub Blaszczykowski who also injured his knee injury and is even more of a doubt to play.

“If we’re not completely sure, he won’t run out,” said Klopp of the Polish Captain, with one possibly on his side’s Champions League opening game at Napoli on Wednesday.

Dortmund’s central defensive pairing of Mats Hummels and Neven Subotic will return to their club’s after poor International breaks. Hummels, who has lost his place in the German back-line, was an unused substitute against Austria while Subotic is set to concentrate on his club career after deciding to put his international career on hold following Serbia failure to secure qualification for next year’s World Cup.

Midfielder Marco Reus is expected to be fit after missing Germany’s clash with the Faroe Islands due to a stomach infection however a back problem is likely to keep Ilkay Gundogan side-lined.

Hamburg, who did the double over Dortmund last season, currently sit 12th in the table this season following a run of just one win in their opening four games.

The club looks set to receive a boost ahead of the trip to Signal Iduna Park however with Dutch star Rafael van der Vaart expected to overcome a slight hamstring injury suffered on international duty.

“I feel fit at the moment,” van der Vaart said after playing 30 minutes in a test game against Hamburg’s under-23s on Wednesday.

This one kicks off at the Westfalenstadion Stadium in Dortmund at 17:30 GMT.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.