After a disappointing loss to Leipzig on the road, Borussia Dortmund has rebounded admirably against Stuttgart and Wolfsburg to climb into second place after 13 games. So far, they’ve won ten games and lost three, for a total of 30 points. They are only a point behind Bayern Munich, who are currently in the first place. Dortmund has scored 2.5 goals per game on average and surrendered 1.5 goals per game. They hold the greatest home record in the league, winning all seven of their home games this season. Erling Braut Haaland, the team’s goal machine, leads the team in scoring with ten goals in the league. He’s also credited with three assists. Jude Bellingham, Luca Unbehaun, Thorgan Hazard, Raphael Guerreiro, Roman Burki, Giovanni Reyna, Mateu Morey, and Marcel Schmelzer are among the injured players for this game.
Bayern Munich has won two games in a row, defeating Dynamo Kyiv and Arminia Bielefeld. With 31 points, they are still in first place in the Bundesliga, one point ahead of Dortmund. They’ve won ten, drawn one, and lost two games. They were defeated by Augsburg in the bottom half of the table but recovered strongly against Arminia. They’re averaging 3.2 goals per game and only allowing one goal per game in the league. It’s expected to see Robert Lewandowski, the Bundesliga’s top goalscorer with 14 goals, at the top of the scoring lists with seven goals, and he’s scored more goals than five clubs combined. Bouna Sarr, Nianzou Kouassi, Marcel Sabitzer, Eric Choupo-Moting, Joshua Kimmich, and Sven Ulreich are among the players on the injured list.