Borussia Dortmund continue their Bundesliga campaign on Saturday afternoon with a trip to SC Freiburg. Schwarzwald-Stadion plays host to the game, which kicks off at 2.30pm.
Just five points separate the sides going into the match. Freiburg are currently ninth on 27 points, with their opponents sitting sixth on 32.
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Dortmund are comfortably ahead with wins, with their 10 trumping Freiburg’s seven. The visitors do, however, have seven league losses compared to the home side’s six.
But despite their positions in the table, both teams go into the game with the same record in their last five matches in all competitions. Both have two wins, two losses and one draw from their previous five. Importantly for Dortmund, however, their two wins have come in their last two games.
They include a 3-1 Bundesliga victory against Augsburg at the end of January, and a nervy 3-2 win over Paderborn in the DFB-Pokal third round. Emre Can, Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland all found the back of the net in the narrow win.
Freiburg meanwhile lost 3-0 to Wolfsburg in their most recent fixture. They will, therefore, be keen to bounce back on Saturday afternoon. They welcome Dortmund to Schwarzwald-Stadion at an ideal time, with their opponents keeping one eye on their Champions League round of 16 meeting with Sevilla later in the month.
A home victory on Saturday has been given odds of 9/2. A draw is available at 17/5. But the travelling side remain favourites at 11/17 to clinch all three points.
Leading Dortmund man Haaland boasts 14 Bundesliga goals this season.
The Norway international will undoubtedly be the one to watch, and he’s currently 14/5 to open the scoring.
But the hosts certainly boast their own secret weapon in the form of Nils Petersen. He currently sits on seven goals for the campaign, as does team-mate Vincenzo Grifo. The former has been given odds of 8/1 to score first, with the latter available at 10/1.
Freiburg’s Roland Sallai will also be keen to add to his total for the season. With five Bundesliga goals, he can be backed at 12/1 to net the game’s opener.