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Borussia Dortmund will hope to keep their impressive recent form going when they take on Borussia Monchengladbach this afternoon.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have climbed to second in the table in recent weeks on the back of just one defeat in their last seven league games, not to mention a mini collapse by Bayer Leverkusen.
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Last time out they defeated Freiburg one nil thanks to a 58th minute goal from Sebastian Kehl and with Robert Lewandowski set to return to action the club will be confident of extending their fine recent run.
The Poland international striker, with 15 goals to his name already this season, missed out last weekend with a knee injury but resumed training midweek.
The return of the Bayern Munich bound striker will be a real boost for Klopp and his side especially with the Champions league tie with Zenit St. Petersburg next up.
Klopp confirmed that Lewandowski would be fit but that they would definitely be without Marco Reus however
“Robert Lewandowski has recovered from his injury,” Klopp confirmed. “He could be available against Gladbach.
“If nothing extraordinary happens overnight, then Marcos Reus will not be able to be there.
“Jonas Hofmann could start, he’s a very important member of the squad.”
Monchengladbach meanwhile have been in poor form since the resumption of the league following the midseason break.
The club have taken just three points from a possible 21 since the season resumed and have slipped to eighth in the table after making a promising start to their campaign.
The club, 2-1 losers to Augsburg last time out, received a welcome boost during the week when it was revealed that Coach Lucien Favre had agreed a new deal to stay at the club.
The Swiss manager, who oversaw a 2-0 win over Dortmund earlier in the season, will hope to celebrate his new contact with a first win since the 7th December.
“I am pleased to continue to work for Borussia. I have been here now for over three years and I am very satisfied,” Favre told the club’s official website.
“The players now have more confidence and know who will train them in the future. I will still continue to work successfully, otherwise I would not be renewed. Although other teams were interested, I wanted to stay here absolutely.”