We'll have four minutes of added time here in Wolfsburg. Dortmund in control as the clock ticks down.
KLAUS SENT OFF
The substitute is shown a red card for a challenge on Manuel Akanji after a check from Video-Assist.
Situation No red card
Decision Red card
HAKIMI MAKES IT TWO!
A fantastic break from Dortmund with Sancho leading the way. He brings the ball forward from the halfway line before tapping the ball to his right and into the Wolfsburg box for Hakimi, who fires it under Casteels from close-range.
GOAL!0 : 2
HERE COME DORTMUND
It's been a slow second half for the away side so far with Wolfsburg enjoying more of the ball, but they have picked up since Sancho's introduction.
FIRST GO AT GOAL THIS HALF
Great break from Dortmund as Haaland finds Sancho on the edge of the Wolfsburg box. His shot deflects to Guerreiro on the left, and he flashes a shot across goal with a touch taking it behind for a corner.
The home side are getting into good positions in the Dortmund half but the final ball in the final third is failing them so far. Brekalo there had a great chance to find Weghorst in the box, but his pass was behind the Dutch striker.
John Anthony Brooks
Changes for both sides in attack, with Jadon Sancho on for Dortmund and both Felix Klaus and Josip Brekalo on for Wolfsburg. Can either of those three become a hero?
GREAT HIT BY STEFFEN
The midfielder is positioned perfectly to smack a volley at goal after an Arnold free-kick had been cleared into the air. This one is straight at Bürki and he's able to punch clear.
At this stage, with the scoreline as it is, any mistake could be punished here. Neither side have been able to have a chance on goal since Steffen hit the bar with both trying to take control of the ball.
A late one from Delaney as he is booked for a foul on Maxi Arnold. His fourth yellow card of the season.
BVB WARMING BACK UP
After a better start by Wolfsburg in this second half, Dortmund have begun to kick back into gear in the last minutes.
STEFFEN HITS THE BAR!
Best chance so far for Wolfsburg as Weghorst holds the ball up superbly before playing Steffen in on goal. He puts the ball past Bürki, but with power behind it the ball drifts up and clips the crossbar on its way over.
RAIN COMING DOWN
A different weather situation in Wolfsburg for the second half. The floodlights are on and the cloud is there, as well as some rain.
SECOND HALF BEGINS
We're back underway and a change for Dortmund. Emre Can is on for Mats Hummels and is lining up at centre-back.
We'll have two minutes of first half added time.
HAZARD FLUFFS ONE
A nice break forward from Dortmund after a pin-perfect pass from Brandt found Hakimi on the right flank. He played the ball into the middle for Hazard on the edge of the Wolfsburg box, but he can only drag his shot wide.
WOLFSBURG LOOKING FOR CALM
The home side have had far more of the ball in the last few minutes, and since going behind. Now looking to build-up attacks through possession with Dortmund able to deal with the long balls and crosses put towards Weghorst and Ginczek.
RAPHA IN FORM
The Portugal international now has five goals in his last eight Bundesliga games from left wing-back. An outstanding return for him in 2020 so far, and Favre's side have scored an incredible 73 goals already this season.
GUERREIRO OPENS THE SCORING!
His form continues, as does Julian Brandt's. A fantastic move from Dortmund as Brandt plays Hakimi into the box and he finds Hazard on the right. The Belgian cuts the ball back into the middle and after Haaland missed it at the first time of asking, Guerreiro smashes home. His eighth goal of the season.
GOAL!0 : 1
NEITHER SIDE TAKING CONTROL
Favre won't be happy with how his side have used their time on the ball so far. Several unforced errors with passes and loose touches on the ball, while Wolfsburg have had to work with scraps so far and have done well to put pressure on.
WEGHORST HEADS WIDE
A deep cross into the box from Mehmedi reaches Weghorst at the back post, but he can't angle his header towards goal. Wolfsburg standing firm against BVB so far though - even with Dortmund's 64 per cent possession thus far.
PONGRACIC USING HIS PACE
The 22-year-old Wolfsburg centre-back - signed from Red Bull Salzburg in the winter - has some pace about him. He's already clocked a top speed of 34km/h today, which is only two km/h less than Achraf Hakimi's all-time Bundesliga record. If anyone can keep pace with Haaland...
WOLFSBURG LOOKING WIDE
Crosses have been the order of the day so far, with both Weghorst and Ginczek in the box waiting to get on the end of them. So far, Dortmund have been able to deal with them.
FIRST GO AT GOAL
It's Hazard, curling the ball towards goal from the edge of the box after a tidy turn past Schalger. It drifts wide past Casteels and the Wolfsburg goal though.
The away side look comfortable on the ball. Weghorst and Ginczek not pressing the BVB defence, which is allowing Hummels to go full quarterback and send long balls over the top. So far, it has come to nothing but with Haaland around, there's always a threat.
THINGS WARMING UP
Both sides getting on the ball well in the early stages. No chances around goal so far, a midfield battle would be the perfect way of describing it.
AWAY WE GO!
The ball is rolling in Wolfsburg...
HERE WE GO
The players are making their way out onto the pitch and we'll have a minute's silence - as we did last night in Berlin - to remember the victims of the coronavirus victims.
WOLFSBURG WAITING ON A GOAL
Incredibly, Wolfsburg have not scored in any of their last 6 Bundesliga matches against Dortmund dating back to September 2016. Is today the day they break their duck?
TIGHT AT THE TOP
A win today is vital for Dortmund to keep the pressure on Bayern Munich at the top, with the league leaders in action later this evening. The current gap between BVB in second and Bayern in first is four points. Meanwhile, are in sixth, but 11 points behind Bayer Leverkusen - could a win today spark a late push towards Champions League qualification?
Wolfsburg have scored six headed goals but conceded eight themselves during the Rückrunde. Does that mean we'll so Haaland's first headed goal in the Bundesliga today, or a fourth this season for Renato Steffen despite being one of the shortest players in the league.
GOALS, GOALS, GOALS
Even with top-scorer and assister Jadon Sancho on the bench, goals are expected from Dortmund again today. BVB had scored 66 goals at this juncture last season. They've hit a club-record 72, 26 matches into 2019/20.
SOMETHING HAS TO GIVE TODAY
This game sees two of the Bundesliga's most in-form sides go head-to-head. While Wolfsburg are unbeaten in seven Bundesliga matches, Dortmund have won eight of nine in 2020 themselves and BVB have won their last four in Wolfsburg; the Wolves have never lost five in a row to one opposition.
Wolfsburg's top-scorer is back from suspension partner Daniel Ginczek in attack today. Jerome Roussillon is also back to start at left-back with Paulo Otavio dropping out of the side all together.
No movement in the starting line-up for Dortmund after last week's 4-0 Revierderby win over Schalke. Jadon Sancho remains on the bench as he works his way back to full match fitness, as does young American Gio Reyna.
WOLFSBURG STARTING XI!
Casteels (c) - Mbabu, Pongracic, Brooks, Roussillon - Schlager, Arnold - Steffen, Mehmedi - Ginczek, Weghorst
Pervan, Brekalo, Klaus, Horn, Marmoush, Knoche, Tisserand, Victor, Justvan
DORTMUND STARTING XI!
Bürki - Piszczek (c), Hummels, Akanji - Hakimi, Dahoud, Delaney, Guerreiro - Hazard, Haaland, Brandt
Hitz, Sancho, Götze, Balerdi, Morey, Can, Schmelzer, Reyna, Raschl
Welcome along to the match centre for the game Wolfsburg vs. Dortmund from matchday 27 of the 2019/20 Bundesliga season at the Volkswagen Arena. Check back here for full information on the match.