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Second placed Borussia Dortmund host fourth placed RB Leipzig in what should be an entertaining Bundesliga match-up on Saturday evening.
BVB are still in with a sniff of the Bundesliga title. Bridging a gap of six points to Bayern Munich won’t be easy, however, with just seven games left, and they need to be near faultless in the run-in.
Leipzig are clinging on to 4th in the table currently, and they’ve had a brilliant 2022 so far after a slightly patchy few months to start the season.
Continue reading for our comprehensive match preview and reliable football betting tips.
Leipzig have been pretty relentless away from home across all competitions of late. They’ve won their last five on their travels - scoring 20 goals in the process.
That run of form certainly gives them a good chance here against a Dortmund side grinding their way to results at the moment.
There’s no doubting how strong Dortmund are at home generally, but among the plenty of wins they’ve managed at Westfalenstadion this term, they have thrown in the odd below-par performance.
Domenico Tedesco’s side certainly have what it takes to come away with all three points if they’re firing on all cylinders.
It looks wise to go for a slightly more cautious approach, though, betting-wise, and opt for RB Leipzig on the Draw No Bet market at odds of 27/25 (LeoVegas).
Dortmund haven’t quite been as consistent as they needed to be to put any significant pressure on Bayern Munich at the top of the Bundesliga.
They’re still only six points behind, but games are running out for them and they don’t exactly look like going on the perfect run that they need to.
BVB have by no means been in poor form but dropping points against both Augsburg and FC Cologne certainly hasn’t helped their title cause.
It’s unlike Dortmund to be involved in low-scoring games, but there’s been two goals or fewer in each of their last four matches. They’ve been clawing their way to picking up points rather than doing it in style lately, but it won’t be an easy task keeping this Leipzig side at bay.
The hosts have a quite sizable injury list at the moment, with Felix Passlack, Nico Schulz, Steffen Tigges, Youssoufa Moukoko, Thomas Meunier, Mateu Morey and Marcel Schmelzer all on the sidelines.
Leipzig are certainly enjoying their away days at present. They’ve won four of their last five away games in the Bundesliga, with a 3-2 defeat against Bayern Munich being the only game they didn’t win in that run.
That is also their only defeat in their last ten Bundesliga games, and they certainly look a good bet to finish in the top four this campaign.
Red Bulls boss Tedesco is getting positive contributions from a wide range of his players, but Christopher Nkunku is leading the way when it comes to goals.
The French midfielder has already netted 26 times across all competitions this season whilst also providing 15 assists, including bagging nine goals in his last ten games.
In terms of squad news for RB Leipzig, Yussuf Poulsen and Lukas Klostermann are the only players likely to be sidelined for this one.
This is just the 13th time the two have met. Dortmund have the edge on the head-to-head record with seven wins compared to Leipzig’s three.
The Red Bulls won 2-1 in their earlier meeting this term, snapping a four-game winning run for Dortmund in this fixture.
Westfalenstadion has a maximum capacity of 81,365 supporters and has been the home of Borussia Dortmund since it opened in 1974. 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.
An intriguing clash between two of the Bundesliga’s top four. Both still have plenty to play for, and given the styles the pair play, it should be a lively game.
Leipzig have been enjoying their time on the road recently, and they certainly have it in their locker to get the victory against a Dortmund team lacking their usual spark.