RB Leipzig is currently in 8th place in the table, having collected 15 points from ten games. So far in the Bundesliga, they’ve won four games, drawn three, and lost three. They had an alternate win-draw record against Bochum, Freiburg, Furth, and Frankfurt heading into this match. They are averaging 2.1 goals per game and have only let up one goal thus far. They have the third-best home record in the league, having only lost one match thus far. With four goals each, Christopher Nkunku and Emil Forsberg are the team’s leading goal scorers. Lukas Klostermann, Marcel Halstenberg, and Marcelo Saracchi have all been ruled out due to injuries.
Borussia Dortmund has won four consecutive Bundesliga games, defeating Augsburg, Mainz, Arminia Bielefeld, and Koln to move into second position after ten games. They’ve won eight games and lost two thus far, accumulating a total of 24 points. Dortmund has averaged 2.7 goals per game and 1.5 goals conceded per game. With six points from four games away from Dortmund, they have a respectable away record. With nine goals in the league, their goal machine Erling Braut Haaland leads the team in scoring. He’s also credited with three assists. They have a long list of injured players going into this game including Emre Can, Nico Schulz, Erling Haaland, Raphael Guerreiro, Mahmoud Dahoud, Giovanni Reyna, Mateu Morey, and Marcel Schmelzer.