Highlights

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WATCH: ALPHONSO DAVIES TALKS UP 'TWO AMAZING TEAMS'

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WATCH: JULIAN NAGELSMANN ON 'BRILLIANT' KLASSIKER

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WATCH: KINGSLEY COMAN WARNS OF LONG ROAD AHEAD

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WATCH: JUDE BELLINGHAM TALKS 'MARATHON' TITLE RACE

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WATCH: EMRE CAN ON 'UNDESERVED' DEFEAT

90'
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FULL-TIME! DORTMUND 2-3 BAYERN

Bayern win an absorbing Klassiker to go four points clear of Dortmund at the summit.
Full-time
90'
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TOLI-NO!

Reus's corner is cleared to Schulz on the edge of the area. He tries to feed it back to his captain, but the pass is cut out. Bayern break - the goal's gaping - but Tolisso misses the target with his effort from just inside the Dortmund half. Should have been lights out.
90'
+ 9

KOBEL UP FOR A CORNER

Reus to take...
90'
+ 6

ROUTINE FOR NEUER

Malen and Meunier test Neuer, but neither effort troubles the Bayern No.1.
90'
+ 5

Yellow card

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Dayot Upamecano
Dayot Upamecano
90'
+ 4

HALF CHANCE

Wolf curls a ball into the near-post. Malen misses with his scissor-kick as the ball goes behind off Upamecano for a corner not given by the match official. The home fans are seething.
90'
+ 1

TEN ADDED MINUTES

That's put some fire in the Dortmund fans' bellies. Can BVB rescue a point they arguably deserve?
90'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
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Alphonso Davies
Alphonso Davies 36.37km/h
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Erling Haaland
Erling Haaland 35.77km/h
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Leroy Sané
Leroy Sané 34.15km/h
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88'

NIANZOU ON

A defensive reinforcement for Bayern as centre-back Nianzou replaces winger Coman. There'll be a fair few added minutes, after that aerial collision between Brandt and Upamecano.
88'

Substitution

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Tanguy Nianzou
Tanguy Nianzou
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Kingsley Coman
Kingsley Coman
88'

Yellow card

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Robert Lewandowski
Robert Lewandowski
87'

YELLOW PERIL

Bellingham goes into the book after barging into the back of Neuer. Lewandowski is cautioned soon after for catching Bellingham on the shin. That's the Bayern striker's first booking of the season.
86'

Yellow card

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Jude Bellingham
Jude Bellingham
85'

WHAT A CHANCE!

Marco Reus swings over a beauty of a free-kick from the left. Bellingham escapes the attentions of the red shirts to meet it, but heads over. Massive chance, though it may not have counted. He looked to be in an offside position.
83'

DOUBLE CHANGE

Rose did say Haaland wouldn't manage the full 90 minutes, and Guerreiro was a doubt. Tigges and Schulz are on for the final seven minutes, plus stoppage time. Time for a hero...
82'

Substitution

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Nico Schulz
Nico Schulz
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Raphaël Guerreiro
Raphaël Guerreiro
82'

Substitution

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Steffen Tigges
Steffen Tigges
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Erling Haaland
Erling Haaland
78'

ROSE DISMISSED

Rose's protestations are met with a second yellow card. Dortmund's head coach is shown his marching orders!
77'

LEWANDOWSKI AT THE DOUBLE!

Kobel doesn't fall for the stuttering run, but Lewandowski's penalty is just out of reach of the BVB No.1's dive. Dortmund are furious with that decision. Hummels merely collided with Bellingham as Gnabry's corner came in, before handling as he fell.
77'

Robert Lewandowski

GOAL!

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Goal probability
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Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
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PENALTY!

Felix Zwayer gives it. Lewandowski to take...
76'

VAR CHECK

The referee goes over to the pitchside monitor to check for a possible handball against Hummels. Not sure there's intent, but these have been given...
75'

SÜLE ON

Hernandez can't continue. He's had a lot of injury troubles in the past - no point in taking any risk on a player's health. Süle's on for the Bayern defender.
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Substitution

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Niklas Süle
Niklas Süle
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Lucas Hernández
Lucas Hernández
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Situation No penalty
Review Handball?
Decision Penalty
73'

JUUUUUUUDE!

The Dortmund fans show their appreciation for Bellingham, who slides in to stop Coman from getting into the area. The Englishman's been everywhere!
72'

HERNANDEZ IN PAIN

Wolf's first action is to ping a shot goalwards from inside the box. It hits the standing leg of Hernandez, who twists his knee and ankle in the process. Nagelsmann looks on pensively, before the Frenchman gets back to his feet.
70'

Substitution

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Marius Wolf
Marius Wolf
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Julian Brandt
Julian Brandt
70'

TAKING NO CHANCES

Brandt is stretchered off as a precaution. He's applauded from the field, thankfully not in much visible distress. Marius Wolf is on for the opening goalscorer. Upamecano appears OK to continue.
68'

POSITIVE SIGNS

Upamecano is also down, receiving treatment, but he and Brandt are conscious. Both teams, and the officials, were quick to react to that incident.
66'

BRANDT DOWN

Julian Brandt takes a blow to the head after challenging for an aerial ball with Upamecano. His head hits the turf as he falls to ground - he might be unconcious. The stretcher is coming on.
65'

DOUBLE CHANGE

Goretzka was a doubt before this one, so it's no surprise to see young Musiala on in his stead. Sane also makes way, with Gnabry joining the action.
65'

Substitution

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Jamal Musiala
Jamal Musiala
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Leon Goretzka
Leon Goretzka
65'

Substitution

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Serge Gnabry
Serge Gnabry
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Leroy Sané
Leroy Sané
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WATCH: QUICK-FIRE GOALS

Relive those two early goals from Messrs Brandt and Lewandowski. It's been full-tilt from start to finish - expect more!
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POSITIVE CHANGE

Rose rolls the dice, he smells blood. Malen, a forward with three goals in his last three competitive games, replaces midfielder Dahoud.
60'

Substitution

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Donyell Malen
Donyell Malen
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Mahmoud Dahoud
Mahmoud Dahoud
59'

OFF THE LINE!

Dortmund with two bites of the cherry in the Bayern box. Haaland with both, his second met by a goal-line clearance from Pavard. BVB very much in the ascendancy.
56'

NO PENALTY!

Reus is bumped to the ground by Hernandez. Haaland and Dahoud go straight to the referee, but there's not even a VAR review. There was clear contact by Hernandez on Dortmund's captain. He made no attempt to play the ball. Can't understand that at all.
51'

Yellow card

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Emre Can
Emre Can
48'

HAALAND GETS HIS GOAL!

There's just no let-up in Der Klassiker as Dortmund level early in the second half. Upamecano's attempted clearance is tame at best. Bellingham feeds BVB's apex-predator frontman, who bends in on his right foot from 16 yards. Six goals in six against Bayern, 51 in 51 in the Bundesliga. What a player, and still only 21!
48'

Erling Haaland

GOAL!

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Goal probability
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Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
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Kick-off!
45'
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HALF-TIME! DORTMUND 1-2 BAYERN

Bayern turn the game around on the stroke of half-time. Davies' run and pass into the box causes all manner of problems. Meunier's clearance hits Hummels and falls for Coman, who scores via a deflection off the studs of Reus, despite the best efforts of Guerreiro on the goal-line.
Half-time
44'

Kingsley Coman

GOAL!

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Goal probability
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Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
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13 %
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43'

A WHISKER AWAY!

Guerreiro drifts in a teasing free-kick. Akanji slides to meet it in the six-yard box, but Neuer gathers - though the flag was up anyway. Not much in that!
40'

HAALAND THE TARGET

Haaland's on the prowl again, but Hernandez steps up at just the right moment and the Dortmund striker is flagged for offside.
32'

AND WIDE FROM BELLINGHAM!

The counter's on for Dortmund again. Haaland's between the two centre-backs, but doesn't time his run right. Bayern get men back, before Bellingham sends a left-footed shot into the stands.
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WIDE FROM HAALAND!

Haaland with his first big chance of Der Klassiker. He beats Upamecano to a long ball on halfway, flicking it back to Reus and continuing his run. He has the legs on Upamecano, but the angle's a touch tight and his shot across goal whistles just wide of the far post.
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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
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Alphonso Davies
Alphonso Davies 36.37km/h
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Erling Haaland
Erling Haaland 35.77km/h
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Dayot Upamecano
Dayot Upamecano 33.93km/h
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KOBEL STANDS TALL

Hummels is caught out as Sane leads a two-on-one attack. He shifts the ball on to Coman, who can't beat Kobel. Too many mistakes in the BVB rearguard in this first half.
25'

BELLINGHAM!

Bayern don't clear their lines in the area, but Bellingham completely miscues in front of Neuer's goal. He tries to slip the loose ball to Haaland, but just overhits it.
23'

COMAN CHANCE!

Dortmund almost gift Bayern another goal as Kobel plays a short pass to Can. Bayern press hard and fast, but there's no excusing his wayward pass across his own area. Coman picks it off, but his shot is deflected over. Massive let-off for the hosts!
19'

BAYERN PRESSURE

Great hustle from Müller to force a corner. It's cleared only as far as Pavard, who volleys well wide of Kobel's goal from 18 yards. The Frenchman does have spectacular goals in his locker - can't blame him for having a pop.
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TALE OF THE TAPE

Possession (%)
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Passes
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OVER THE TOP AGAIN

Can aims for Haaland over the top. It looks like he's in for a moment, but BVB No.9 mistimes his jump and is penalised for handling whilst tussling with Upamecano.
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SANE STINGER!

Dortmund's intensity levels appear to have dropped as Bayern shift the ball in off the right-hand side. Sane takes aim from a central position, but sends his stinging strike wide, with Kobel at full stretch.
10'

LEWANGOALSKI!

Bayern hit back, three minutes after shipping the opening goal. Müller forces the mistake from Hummels on halfway. The Dortmund defender tracks back to nudge his Germany teammate off the ball, but it breaks loose for Lewandowski, who races into the box and fires under Kobel. What a start!
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Robert Lewandowski

GOAL!

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Goal probability
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Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
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BRANDT STRIKES FIRST!!!

Dream start for Dortmund! Brandt shows a great piece of control just inside the Bayern area. He turns Davies and lashes beyond Neuer. Lovely diagonal pass from Bellingham. The Signal Iduna Park erupts!
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Julian Brandt

GOAL!

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Goal probability
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Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
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31 %
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4'

HAALAND PACE

Dortmund aim long for Haaland. He tears away between Bayern's centre-backs, but Neuer races out of his box to toe it clear. A fraction later, and Erling would have been in.
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NO JO

Much has been said about the absence of Kimmich in the build-up. He's such a leader and circulates the ball with such efficiency. Can 2018 World Cup winner Tolisso step up alongside Goretzka in his absence?
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DER KLASSIKER IS UNDER WAY!

Boos greet the Bayern players as they get the ball rolling. How will the leaders handle the atmosphere?
Kick-off!

CAPTAINS FANTASTIC

Club skippers Neuer and Reus exchange pleasantries ahead of kick-off. Reus has scored more goals against the Germany No.1 than any player in the Bundesliga...

HEY YOU, WHO'S THAT?!

Into Van Halen as the players line up in the tunnel. Go ahead and JUMP!

YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE...

... especially at Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park. There are only 15,000 in attandance, but it feels like so much more. Spine-tingling rendition of the anthemic terrace favourite.

STRIKER OF THE YEAR, STRIKER OF THE CENTURY

While the two teams take top billing, another central sub-plot revolves around Lewandowski. The football world is fast running out of superlatives to describe the Polish striker, who was so often the scourge of Bayern back in his days as a Dortmund player. He hit 103 goals in 187 appearances in black and yellow, including five against Bayern, before stepping over to the red side on a free transfer in summer 2014. It's been onwards and upwards in a sea of goals ever since: 319 to be precise.
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GLOBAL APPEAL

The Bundesliga unveiled banners promoting Der Klassiker in New York's Times Square on Friday. The game between Dortmund and Bayern is set to be viewed in over 200 countries worldwide.

KLASSIKER STAT CHECK II

Bayern have won the last five Bundesliga Klassikers in a row, and have only lost two of the last 10.

KLASSIKER STAT CHECK I

While Dortmund have suffered more defeats (51) and conceded more goals (207) in the Bundesliga against Bayern than against any other team, the record champions have won just 48 per cent of their top-flight matches against BVB. That is their lowest win rate against any current Bundesliga club.
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THE BAYERN VIEW - JULIAN NAGELSMANN

"I noticed yesterday that I was a bit more tense than I usually am ahead of games. It's an important game for our club. We have certain expectations. Dortmund are playing well this season. The anticipation is high. Everyone knows how important this game is. It's a great advertisement for the league, with us on 31 points and them on 30. It'll be exciting. Both teams will certainly be highly motivated."
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THE DORTMUND VIEW - MARCO ROSE

"It's always exciting to play against Bayern and to test yourselves against them. We've managed to stay in touch and keep the gap small. We need to be 100 per cent prepared, otherwise we don't have a chance, that's for sure. As for Erling [Haaland], he knows his situation. He has had a good week of training, but we have to be careful. He will certainly not be ready for 90 minutes, so we will need to see how long he can go."
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WATCH: ALL LEWY AND HAALAND GOALS IN 2021/22

With 10 in six outings, Haaland is averaging a goal every 56 minutes in this season’s Bundesliga. The 14-goal Lewandowski is finding the net every 78 minutes.
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WATCH: HAALAND BACK WITH A BANG

Haaland scored on his return last time out, having missed seven competitive games through injury. He's reached 50 Bundesliga goals in record time - in as many games - and has five in five against Bayern.
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WATCH: LEWANDOWSKI IN BLACK AND YELLOW

Robert Lewandowski is enjoying a record-breaking spell in front of goal for Bayern, but it was at Dortmund where the freshly annointed Striker of the Year took giant strides towards becoming the best No.9 of his generation. He's the top scorer in Der Klassiker with 25 goals. Twenty of those have fallen across 14 league meetings with his former employers, including 16 in his last 10.

MORE ON THOSE TEAMS

Dortmund with a huge boost as Raphael Guerreiro, Jude Bellingham and Erling Haaland all start. Leon Goretzka is passed fit for Bayern, meanwhile, in an unchanged team from the 1-0 win over Arminia Bielefeld.

DORTMUND STARTING LINE-UP

Kobel - Meunier, Akanji, Hummels, Guerreiro – Bellingham, Can, Dahoud - Brandt, Haaland, Reus (c)

DORTMUND SUBS

Hitz, Zagadou, Schulz, Reinier, Malen, Tigges, Witsel, Pongracic, Wolf

BAYERN STARTING LINE-UP

Neuer (c) – Pavard, Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies – Tolisso, Goretzka – Coman, Müller, Sane – Lewandowski

BAYERN SUBS

Früchtl, Richards, Süle, Gnabry, Roca, Nianzou, Tillman, Musiala
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CROSSING THE DIVIDE

Hummels is one of relatively few people to have played for both Bayern and Dortmund down the years, in fact making the move between the two four times. Robert Lewandowski and Mario Götze are two more famous names to cross the divide, while there have also been big figures beyond the pitch, like Ottmar Hitzfeld and Matthias Sammer.
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KLASSIKER VETERAN

Mats Hummels is in line to play in a Klassiker for the 25th time in the Bundesliga - only Michael Zorc (28) and Oliver Kahn (27) have played in more league meetings between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. Hummels' appearances so far are split 19 for BVB and six for Bayern, making him one of the
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FORTRESS SIGNAL IDUNA

Dortmund have made a perfect start at home this season, winning each of their first seven at the Signal Iduna Park for the first time. It's 11 in a row across seasons in the Bundesliga, which is one short of their club record of 12 from 1994. The other times they've won eight on the bounce at home within a single season were in 1965/66 and 1992/93.
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EA PREDICTS

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A GENUINE KLASSIK

This will be the 12th time in the last 10 years than Bayern and Dortmund have met each other as the teams first and second in the table; and 17th all-time.
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PREVIOUS MEETING

Bayern prevailed 4-2 when the teams last met in the Bundesliga in March.
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