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Bar a freak 5-2 home loss against Bayer Leverkusen, Dortmund appear to be back in their usual swing after a tough spell in December.
They sit six points behind Bayern Munich, and with the Bundesliga leaders losing 4-2 to Bochum last weekend, they’ll be hoping for a few more slip-ups from Julian Nagelsmann’s side to close the gap even more.
They face a Monchengladbach team who arrive in very patchy form. Die Fohlen have won just two of their last eleven matches in all competitions, but with one of them being away at Bayern, it shows they can be dangerous on their day.
It’s quite tough to predict what exactly you might get from both sides at the moment. Dortmund may have won four of their last five games in the league, but they are susceptible to an uncharacteristic performance - like the one against Leverkusen.
This Monchengladbach team have shown they have a big away win in their locker - with their success over Bayern - but consistency is far from their strongpoint.
So, it looks best to concentrate on the goals market for this one, and there’s plenty to suggest we will be treated to a good handful.
Dortmund’s firepower rarely fails to strike. The hosts have scored at least two in all of their last fifteen Bundesliga home games. Against a Monchengladbach defence which isn't exactly sturdy, they’ll fancy their chances of registering several times here.
There’s been three or more goals in three of Dortmund’s last four games, and with Monchengladbach matches generally being pretty open this season, we could see plenty of action on the goals front. Therefore, our selection for the contest is Over 3.5 Goals at odds of 6/5 with Sportnation.
After a sloppy end to 2021, Dortmund have made a relatively pleasing start to the new calendar year.
They picked up four Bundesliga points from a possible twelve in December, so four wins from five in the league to start this year, represents a solid return to form.
It hasn’t been all rosey for them so far in 2022, though. BVB were knocked out of the cup by St. Pauli and they suffered a 5-2 home defeat at the hands of Bayer Leverkusen.
They dispatched Union Berlin when last seen in action, winning by three goals to nil. Marco Reus netted two, with Raphael Guerreiro also getting on the scoresheet.
Top scorer Erling Haaland is still out with a groin injury. Also on the sidelines for Dortmund are Giovanni Reyna, Marius Wolf, Thomas Meunier, Mateu Morey and Marcel Schmelzer.
Monchengladbach are just four points above the bottom three, so manager Adi Hutter will be cautiously looking over his shoulder for the time being.
They got a much needed three points against fellow strugglers Augsburg at the weekend, winning 3-2 thanks to goals from Kouadio Kone, Jonas Hofmann and Ramy Bensebaini.
It was their first win since downing giants Bayern Munich in their own backyard (their second victory over them this term after beating them 5-0 in the DFB Pokal). That sort of sums up their campaign so far. Hutter’s men have managed some terrific performances, but they haven’t really been able to string a run of positive displays together.
Mamadou Doucore and Lars Stindl are the only absentees for the visitors.
The last meeting between the pair was in September. Monchengladbach were 1-0 winners on that day, meaning they’ve won the last two Bundesliga clashes between the sides.
Prior to those victories for Die Fohlen, though, Dortmund had won each of their last twelve games against Monchengladbach across all competitions.
Westfalenstadion is home to Borussia Dortmund and has a capacity of 81,365. It’s famed for its ‘Yellow Wall’, which is the southern terrace of the stadium and is also the largest free-standing grandstand in Europe - holding 24,454 passionate Dortmund fans.
You can always rely on an intense atmosphere from the Westfalenstadion faithful, along with an incredible and vibrant display visually.
A game that Dortmund should win if they’re at their best, but Monchengladbach have it in them to produce a surprise result. BVB will be eager to keep the pressure on Bayern at the top of the table, but their tenderness at the back does sometimes come back to bite them.
Regardless of which way this one goes; goals look to be on the menu. With both sides known for an attacking style of play, it should be a free-flowing, entertaining game.