The big game in Bundesliga Saturday evening sees Borussia Dortmund v Bayer Leverkusen live streaming, with the odds suggesting a tricky test for Jurgen Klopp at the Westfalenstadion.
Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Leverkusen will go head to head on Saturday hoping to keep pace with leaders Bayern Munich.
The pair currently sit third and second in the standings respectively and a defeat or even a draw could spell trouble at this stage of the season given the leaders stunning recent form.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND v LEVERKUSEN
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Dortmund returned to winning ways last time out after back to back defeats to Munich and Wolfsburg. Two penalties from Robert Lewandowksi and an opener from Patrick Aubameyang saw Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Mainz 3-1.
Despite the pressure on both sides heading into the game Klopp insists that he is looking forward to the game.
“Leverkusen have become result machines, incredibly strong,” he said. “They are always dangerous at set-pieces.
“Both Leverkusen and we are struggling with injuries, but there will be no excuses. We want to win the game.
“Playing against Leverkusen in every season is an absolute highlight. Beating Leverkusen is always something special.”
Dortmund will head into the game without a number of key men with Mats Hummels, Neven Subotic and Marcel Schmelzer all out meaning that former Leverkusen defender Manuel Friedrich and Erik Durm will continue at the back.
Leverkusen meanwhile have not won against Dortmund since August 2010 but they will head into the in good form after just one defeat in their last 10 games.
Sami Hyypia’s side have won five of their last six games and boast the league’s second best defensive record with just 14 goals conceded.
The club will head into the game without Sebtastian Boenisch although Sidney Sam is pushing for a recall after recovering from injury.
Heung Min Son will look to build on his two goals last weekend. The Korean star, a summer signing from Hamburg, took his tally to the season to 6 with the brace and has told Leverkusen fans that there is more to come.
“I still need a bit of time to really fit into the team, but the last two home games have been very positive” the 21 year old told Bundesliga.com.