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Jurgen Klopp’s side will head into their final game before the winter break looking to pick up three points at home to Hertha Berlin.

Dortmund are currently third in the table 12 points behind leaders Bayern Munich following a run of just win in their last five league games, including four defeats but with Pep Guardiola’s side in at the FIFA World Club cup Borussia the can reduce the difference at the top to 9 points with a win over Hertha.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have lost both of their last two home games at the Signal Iduna Park and the 46 year old is hoping for a first win in front of the clubs fans since a 6-1 thrashing of Stuggart at the start of November.

“We’re due a victory at our own stadium,” said Klopp. “We’ll do everything in our power to get that win, but to do so, we have to defend better than we did against Hoffenheim.”

Despite being the division’s second top goal scorers with 37 goals Borussia striker Robert Lewandoswki believes the club recent struggles is down to a lack of goals.

The striker has scored 11 of those goals but believes he and his team-mates could have scored even more and accumulated more points had they taken their chances in games.

“I’m not at all happy,” he told Bild. “Despite scoring 11, I should have had far more.

“We’ve just given away too many points – not because we’ve played badly, but because we’ve wasted our chances.

“We’ve all got to blame ourselves, and it’s frustrating.

“We all know that we need wins and desperately need to put a run together now.

“We want to start off against Hertha Berlin (on Saturday). We need to hit the ground running in the second half of the campaign to reduce the deficit on Leverkusen and Bayern.

“We cannot afford to drop any more points.”

The Polish star has drawn four blanks in his last five games and manager Jurgen Klopp will need his star man to rediscover his golden touch if the club are to regroup and mount a challenge to Bayern.

Klopp has a number of injury worries going into game with midfield pair Sven Bender and Ilkay Gündogan out and Jakub Blaszczykowski and Sebastian Kehl, struggling with knocks picked up in training on Thursday.

There was some good news however with Marcel Schmelzer set to return following a four-week lay-off.

Hertha meanwhile are currently 7th in the table and unbeaten in their last three games. A 3-2 win over Bremen last time out came at a price with John Anthony Brooks going off injured and out of the game on Saturday.

Japanese star Hajime Hosogai is set to deputise.

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.