After winning 12 games, drawing one, and losing five, Borussia Dortmund has a total of 37 points. They are coming off a perfect comeback win on the road against Frankfurt, where they fought back from a 2-0 deficit. They are now six points behind Bayern Munich, who currently hold the lead in the league table. This season, Dortmund has 44 goals scored and 28 goals surrendered. They have won eight of their nine home games this season, putting them in second place in the league. The team’s goal-scoring machine, Erling Braut Haaland, leads the league in scoring with 13 goals and five assists. Marius Wolf, Manuel Akanji, Roman Bürki, Giovanni Reyna, Mateu Morey, Dan-Axel Zagadou, Luca Unbehaun, and Marcel Schmelzer are among the notable players that have been injured.
Freiburg is coming off a dismal home draw against Armenia. With 30 points after 13 games, they are currently in fourth place in the Bundesliga, with eight victories, six draws, and only four losses. They trail Hoffenheim by a single point. With 15 points from nine games on the road, they have the league’s second-best away record. They have 30 goals and only 18 goals against in 18 games, with Lukas Holer, Vincenzo Grifo, Woo-Yeong Jeong, and Philipp Lienhart scoring four goals apiece. Grifo also has the most assists. Kiliann Sildillia, Nico Schlotterbeck, and Mark Flekken are the only injured players ahead of the next match.