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Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich German Bundesliga

 Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich
German Bundesliga
Date: Saturday, 7 November 2020
Starts at 17:30 UK time / 18:30 CET.
Venue: Signal Iduna Park.

These two teams have been the best in Germany over the past few years and it looks like things won't change anytime soon. At the moment, any of them have scored 15 points in six games and are ranked first and second in the table.

Most likely, the winner of this upcoming fight will retain the first place, and the loser will be demoted to third or fourth position - given the kind of chase that Leipzig and Leverkusen are arranging for the two titans.

Suffice it to say that a match at Signal Iduna Park has a chance to determine the champion's title winner, or at least set the pace of the championship race.

Given the sheer offensive form of both teams, coupled with intense rivalry and matching title ambitions for both teams, a lot of goals can be expected this weekend.

Dortmund - Munich Bavaria: head-to-head

In ten out of twelve previous games, three or more goals have been scored.
The last meeting was a thriller with five goals in the Super Cup final, which the Bavarians won 2-3.
The last time Der BVB won the championship was in 2018.
Hansi-Dieter Flick's men have scored three or more goals in five of their previous nine encounters.

Dortmund - Bayern Munich: Predictions 

Lucien Favre's players won a 0: 2 away win over Bielefeld on the last game day. Meanwhile, the Bavarians won a 1: 2 away win over Cologne.

Currently, both teams score goals at will and are absolutely determined to win the Bundesliga crown.

Der BVB have four victorious matches and have scored two or more goals in nine of their twelve previous matches. At home, they have scored two or more goals in their last five games and won five of their six games here.

On the other hand, Flick's men have won nine games and are the winners of triple wins on the continent. They have also won 29 of their 30 previous matches and scored an impressive 97 goals.

Suffice it to say that scoring goals is not a problem for either of these teams, and especially for Flick's people. Chances are, expect a rewarding thriller at Signal Iduna Park, where the reigning champions will score at least twice in ninety minutes.

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