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Borussia Dortmund will look to keep the pressure on second place Bayern Leverkusen when they take on mid-table side Nuremburg later today.

Jurgen Klopp’s, fresh from their 4-2 away in over Zenith St. Petersburg in the Champions league midweek, won 4-0 over Eintracht Frankfurt in their last home game.


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However inconsistency and injuries has proved to be the downfall of Dortmund this season and that won over Frankfurt was followed up by 3-0 away defeat to Hamburg.

Despite their mixed performances Dortmund find themselves only one point behind a Bayern Leverkusen side in freefall and depending on results Saturday they could move up to second with a win against in-form Nuremburg.

The Bundesliga’s 12th place side have won four of their last five games and have suffered just one defeat in their last 8. Their form has propelled them out of the relegation zone to just two points behind 10th place Hoffenheim.

Despite appearing as a struggling side Nuremburg have not lost away from home since November and have lost three times on their travels in the league this season, two of those defeats coming against the Bayern’s of Munich and Leverkusen.

However despite their recent good form Nuremburg have a poor record against Dortmund and have failed to win in any of their last 10 meetings, in fact the club have not beaten Dortmund in their own backyard in 24 years.

With that in mind and buoyed by the midweek performance in Russia Klopp will be hoping his side can bounce back from last weekend’s defeat to Hamburg.

“It is going to go to the finish in the league,” Klopp said. “Which makes the defeat in Hamburg so annoying.

“Three points there would have done us incredibly well.

“Let’s play like we did against St Petersburg, (and) pick up enough points to qualify (for next season’s Champions League).”

Dortmund will once again be able to call on the services of Mats Hummels after a knee injury while Nuremburg will be without midfielder Makoto Hasebe with a knee injury.

The game looks set to be a battle of two in-form strikers with Nuremburg star Josip Drmic of a run of six goals in his last seven appearances while Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored four in his last four league games.

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.