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Borussia Dortmund will keen to cement second place in the Bundesliga when they travel to face Stuggart later today.
The 2012 league winners saw Bayern claim the title midweek as they held third place Schalke to a draw, a result that left the club 25 points behind their rivals.
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While Jurgen Klopp’s men failed to break down their local rivals, defender Mats Hummels was still buoyed by the midweek performance telling Dortmund’s official website “We played really well and were clearly the better side, but unfortunately we failed to find the net,”
“That’s a shame, but it’s better than putting in a poor performance, as we did against Gladbach. What’s important for us is that we finally played again the way we want to play.”
A season that began with so much promise has slowly wittered away, although with Schalke breathing down their neck in the league, not to mention cup games against Wolfsburg in the DFK and Real Madrid in the Champions there is still much to play for.
While Dortmund have struggled at home in recent weeks winning just two of their last seven games at Signal-Iduna-Park they have been strong on the road and will head to the Mercedes-Benz-Arena with four wins from their last five away games.
Before all that however is a clash with second bottom Stuggart. The club recently appointed Huub Stevens as manager and the Dutchman made an instant impact guiding the club to a first win in 11 games with a 1-0 victory over fellow strugglers Hamburg last time out.
A 2-0 defeat midweek against Nuremburg means that the club are still in trouble at the bottom and Stevens has demanded a response from his players against Dortmund.
“Nuremberg knew what was at stake here,” he said after that reverse.
“We stared well, but stopped playing football after 20 minutes and allowed the game to get away from us. That’s something we need to discuss – it’s just not acceptable. Nuremberg displayed just what a relegation battle is all about.
“The table is only an initial impression right now, the important thing is how it looks after the 34th match day.”