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The team News
Emre Can, the former Bayern player, is battling a knee problem, and Marius Wolf is also hurt. Due to a muscular injury, Julien Duranville is not available.
After injuring his leg in a skiing accident last winter, Manuel Neuer made his comeback this past weekend.
Matthijs de Ligt sustained a knee injury midweek, and Raphael Guerreiro is battling a muscular ailment. Due to a muscle ailment, Dayot Upamecano might be sent back for this one.
Following his red card last weekend, Joshua Kimmich received a two-game suspension, and Leon Goretzka recently suffered a broken hand.
Dortmund hasn’t won the Bundesliga “Klassiker” since 2018, while Bayern will be trying to recover from an ugly cup exit in midweek.
Last season, both games—a 2-2 tie in Dortmund and a 4-2 loss to Bayern Munich—were filled with goals. Since 2017, Dortmund has let up 3.4 goals per game on average to their main competitors.
The defending champions Bayern have now scored in 36 straight Bundesliga games; they last failed to score in September of last year.
Dortmund, who is currently unbeaten, has scored in their previous 29 Bundesliga games and hasn’t been in a goalless Bundesliga tie since October 2019.
Help Harry Kane and Bayern to recover in the “Klassiker” by securing a vital three points.