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Obviously, The 100th Klassiker meeting between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund could be one of the most important yet as the two title rivals come head to head at the Allianz Arena on Saturday.
The hosts Bayern fell back to second in the table after their disappointing 1-1 draw away to Freiburg last weekend
But have won 6-0 in each of their last two at the Allianz Arena against Wolfsburg and Mainz, so will no doubt be happy to be back there for this one.
Former-Dortmund man Robert Lewandowski has been very much among the goals and he needs just one in this game to equal the all-time Klassiker scoring record.
It was no coincidence that captain Marco Reus was absent for the large part of that run
And his and Paco Alcacer’s return to form – the latter scored both in last weekend’s 2-0 win – should help re-instil some confidence.
Bayern are the favourites going into Saturday, but despite their strong home form, the odds on them look short for the win.
Remember, this is one of Dortmund’s best-ever seasons, and they remain one of the Europe’s most formidable sides.
Until Bayern’s recent back-to-back 6-0 home wins, no side had scored more goals in the Bundesliga than Der BVB either, and when you look at their attacking assets, you shouldn’t expect anything less.
Marco Reus’ return adds firepower to an attacking set up that also includes the prodigal Jadon Sancho, the resurgent Mario Gotze and the clinical Paco Alcacer.
Bayern seem to have a somewhat inconsistent energy about them at the minute too and, interestingly
Have actually lost each of the four clashes with Dortmund when they found themselves behind in the standings.
The home side, Bayern have lost at the Allianz Arena just once in the league this season though, and Dortmund aren’t as much of a force on the road
As they are at home, so a draw might suit Dortmund boss Lucien Favre just fine.
Borussia Dortmund need another big performance this weekend. Lucien Favre’s men had the wind taken from their sails in February
And As a run of just one win in eight across all competitions, saw them out of the Champions League and the German Cup.
Meanwhile, that could be a blessing in disguise with Der BVB now back to their best in the Bundesliga, with four wins from their last five.