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A good way to give it its first test comes today, as at the Signal Iduna Park, the home side Dortmund will host Werder Bremen.
What matters most in this confrontation is that Borussia must win in order to secure its place in next season’s Champions League groups. Bremen may still have a good chance to qualify for the European cups, however they stand 3 points behind Freiburg, so they too need a victory and they can settle for nothing less. In any case, Bremen must get to 7th, which will translate to a position at Europa League in case Dortmund wins the German Cup.
Considering that they lost at Augsburg while Hoffenheim won at Bremen, Thomas Tuchel’s team must gain a home-win in order to maintain its position if it is taken into account that their immediate opponents, Hoffenheim, is expected to have an easy win against Augsburg. Without any losses this season, and with just 5 draws, Dortmund has every chance to do so, in probably the most important match of the season.
Their style is to usually start in force and score goals as early in the game as possible. They did so prior to the 30th minute of the last 6 out of 7 matches including the one against Leipzig where they won by 1-0 with a goal scored at the 35th minute.
Marc Barta has returned to his defensive duties for Dortmund, after the successful operation performed at his injured hand. Nuri Sahin will also play, replacing the injured Weigl. Gotze and Shurrle remain unavailable.
A while ago, Werder was considered as the best shaped team in the Bundesliga, presenting attractive football and an impressive number of consecutive wins. However, they also offered two very spectacular matches lately at Koln and at home with Hoffenheim. Unfortunately they lost both with 3-4 and 3-5 respectively and that severely reduced their chances for a position leading to the European Cups.
Just like Dortmund, their immediate opponent, Koln is expected to win the next match against Mainz, so they will present themselves at the Signal Iduna Park with their backs to the wall and a pressing need for the 3-points. Their top priority should be the do something about the defensive performance that conceded 9 goals in just two matches., otherwise they do not stand a chance.
Robert Bauer will be unavailable being punished for the number of yellow cards received. Clemens Fritz, Izet Hajrovic and Luca Cladirola will also not play. Santiago Garcia’s presence is doubtful and the only piece of good news is that Niklas Moisander is back in the defensive formation.
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