Frankfurt is coming on the back of three back-to-back wins in Bundesliga against Mainz, Monchengladbach, and Leverkusen just before the break. They have just one loss in the last five matches in the league. They are currently in the sixth position in the points table with 27 points from seven wins, six draws, and four losses. They are just a couple of points behind the third-placed Freiburg. They have a decent home record with three wins and four draws in eight matches. In the 17 matches, they have scored 27 goals and have conceded 23 goals. Jesper Lindstrom along with Rafael Santos Borre are the team’s leading goal scorers for Frankfurt with four goals each. They have as many as six injured players ahead of the next clash including Jens Grahl, Goncalo Paciencia, Aymen Barkok, Christopher Lenz, Kristijan Jakic, and Jens Petter Hauge.
Borussia Dortmund will be hoping to bounce back after a dismal loss to Hertha Berlin on the road, and not allow Bayern Munich to run away with the title. They have a total of 34 points after winning 11 games, drawing one, and losing three. They are currently nine points adrift of Bayern Munich, who are in the first place. Dortmund has averaged 2.4 goals per game while allowing 1.5 goals per game. They have a respectable away record in the league, having won three of their eight away games thus far. Erling Braut Haaland, the team’s goal-scoring machine, leads the team in scoring with 13 goals and four assists in the league. They have a huge injury list with some of their key players missing including Marco Reus, Manuel Akanji, Mats Hummels, Giovanni Reyna, Gregor Kobel, and Marcel Schmelzer.