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Top of the Table Borussia Dortmund will aim to get back to winning ways in the Bundesliga when they take on second bottom Freiburg on Saturday.
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Jurgen Klopp’s side saw their impressive run of five straight wins come to an end last weekend when they drew 1-1 with Nurnburg. The result came just days after the club opened their Champion’s league campaign with a loss to Napoli.
With Klopp receiving a one match ban for his conduct on the sidelines in the defeat to Napoli and Robert Lewandowski finally confirming that he is moving to Bayern Munich (although he later backtracked on those comments) the wheels were threatening to come off the Dortmund bandwagon.
Thankfully normal order was restored when Dortmund beat 1860 Munchen midweek in the German Cup, albeit after extra time.
Despite the recent blip in form and upheavals off the field Klopp believes that there is more to come from his side and they must learn from their defeats.
“We must run a lot, invest a lot, play a lot of football and quite simply take the next step in our development,” he said.
“The funny thing about recent times is that the mood has not been so good. In Naples (against Napoli in the UEFA Champions League) I pushed the mood a little too far – and then we still lost – but that was our only loss up to now.”
Dortmund will head into the clash without Sebastian Kehl and Ilkay Gundogan and defender Lukasz Piszczek while Marcel Schmelzer is a doubt despite returning to training.
Freiburg, who have yet to win in the league after drawing three and losing three of their opening 6 games, finally got their first win of the season in regular time when they beat Stuggart 2-1 in the German Cup midweek.
With the win over Stuggart coming on the back of a 1-1 draw with Hertha Berlin last weekend Freiburg will be in confident mood heading to Signal-Iduna Park however recent history suggests that they won’t have an easy time.
The club lost 5-1 on their last trip to Dortmund and have not beaten Klopp’s side since May 2010 losing all of their last six meetings.