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Dortmund rip Wolfsburg to shreds
Wimmer close to a consolation
The Wolfsburg striker is only denied by Kobel's right foot - the shot-stopper wants to hold onto to his 10th clean sheet of the campaign in the Bundesliga.
Bellingham, who has been absolutely superb throughout, gets his second of the match, slotting past Casteels with confidence and composure.
Süle is next to line one up, but can't quite guide his attempt into the bottom corner!
Casteels is called into action again, this time parrying Moukoko's effort to safety.
Brandt effort deflected behind
A Wolfsburg body gets in the way of the former Bayer Leverkusen man's shot to send it out for a corner the ultimately comes to nothing.
Terzic's men have been ruthless here.
Dortmund outperforming xGoals
The Dortmund talisman fires a free-kick towards goal, but this time, Casteels is equal to and keeps it out.
Adeyemi on song
Wolfsburg try their luck
The away team have produced little in the half, but Felix Nmecha drags an effort just wide of the post from outside the area.
Adeyemi misses from the spot!
Dortmund win a penalty as Bellingham is felled in the box. However, with a first-ever Bundesliga hat-trick on the line, Adeyemi fires over. The first thing he and Dortmund have got wrong all day!
Misery for Kovac
Adeyemi at the double!
Wolfsburg are the makers of their own downfall here as Dortmund make it five. Bornauw gives the ball away to Haller in his own penalty area, allowing the centre-forward to play in Adeyemi for a simple finish!
Four for Dortmund!
Bellingham gets in on the act with a marvellous effort! The teenager picks up the ball in his own half and Maximilian Arnold entangled before unleashing a fierce drive. Casteels gets to it, but he can only parry it onto the crossbar and into the back of the net.
Dortmund's effective running
Distance run (km)
The centre-back is the next Dortmund player to try his luck as he side-foots a shot wide. One-way traffic right now!
Casteels denied Brandt!
Brandt tries his luck from distance, and the goalkeeper is just able to push the ball around the post.
What a first half!
Second half underway!
Can Wolfsburg find a way back into this encounter?
Haller on target
Unsurprisingly, Dortmund have had the better chances, and have taken them well.
Dortmund well ahead of xGoals
Mountain to climb
Kovac's men needed to produce something special to get something out of this game now!
Malen has his goal!
A third for Dortmund, who are starting to run riot! A ball into space releases Brandt and, once he squares to Malen, the Dutchman has the easiest of tasks as he passes into an empty net.
Kobel jumps to the rescue!
Wolfsburg come close to finding a way back into the game, as Kobel gets across to keep out Kaminski's curling effort.
Close to 3!
Dortmund almost move three ahead, as Malen fires over from close range - the hosts are really starting to purr now!
Haller puts Dortmund two up!
Adeyemi is this time the provider, beating Baku for pace as he gets to the byline and crosses on a plate to Haller, who taps home from close range.
Dortmund then go straight up the other end and come close to making Wolfsburg pay! Malen is the man to bare down on Casteels between the 'Wölfe' sticks, but instead of shooting himself, he tries to find Adeyemi, and the chance goes begging.
Double chance for Wolfsburg!
Now then, a huge duo of opportunities for the visitors! First, Patrick Wimmer breaks clean through, but is denied by Kobel, before Kaminski's follow-up effort is denied by a last-gasp block.
Adeyemi draws first blood!
Of all the players you would expect to score a header, Adeyemi wouldn't be the first on the list. However, the 21-year-old gets on the end of Ryerson's deflected cross to nod home - Lift off for the home side!
Dortmund pressing forward
The hosts are starting to dominate this encounter, with Marius Wolf, in particular, causing problems down the right.
Bellingham heads over
A big chance for Dortmund to move in front, but Bellingham can't keep his effort down from a corner.
Both teams are clearly eager to pick up the three points and are each looking to get forward. No chances created as of yet, but the intention is there.
Here we go!
We're off here as the Signal Iduna Park!
Dortmund fans in good voice
The home supporters belt out 'You'll Never Walk Alone' as the opening whistle approaches. Can the home crowd spur 'Die Schwarzgelben' on to victory?
Just under 10 minutes to go!
Not long left until kick-off!
A trio of milestones?
Donyell Malen and Sebastiaan Bornauw both line-up for their 50th Bundesliga appearance, while a win for Dortmund would be Mats Hummels' 200th in the German top flight!
Terzic: "We want to keep the pressure on"
Kovac: "Really tough to get a win in Dortmund"
While Wolfsburg won the last meeting between the two 2-0 in November, Dortmund have dominated this fixture in recent years. Prior to that aforementioned defeat, they had prevailed in each of the previous nine encounters and were unbeaten in 14. As they look to keep up the pressure on league-leaders Bayern, history suggests they could hardly have picked a better fixture.
Dortmund team news
Wolfsburg team news
Dortmund starting XI
Kobel - Wolf, Süle, Hummels (c), Ryerson - Bellingham, Can, Brandt - Malen, Haller, Adeyemi
Meyer, Guerreiro, Schlotterbeck, Reus, Passlack, Özcan, Reyna, Moukoko, Modeste
Wolfsburg starting XI
Casteels - Bornauw, Guilavogui, Van de Ven - Baku, Arnold (c), F. Nmecha, Kaminski - Svanberg, Wind, Wimmer
Pervan, Fischer, Cozza, Gerhardt, Ambros, Paredes, Pejcinovic, Marmoush, Waldschmidt
Champions League guarantee
With Freiburg and Union both dropping points this weekend, Dortmund can join Bayern Munich in securing mathematical qualification for the Champions League with a win this afternoon.
Sixth in their sights
A win would take Wolfsburg up to sixth. They have never been so high in the standings after a full round of Bundesliga fixtures since Matchday 12 of the 2021/22 season.
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Yes he Can!
Erme Can has so far faced Wolfsburg six times in the Bundesliga - and has won every single time.
Casteels leads the way
The Wolfsburg goalkeeper has more clean sheets this season (12) than anyone else in the Bundesliga. His opposite number Gregor Kobel has nine.
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Wolfsburg are winless in their last nine visits to Dortmund. However, they are the league's third-best away side in 2022/23 (W7 D3 L5).
BVB have the best home record in the Bundesliga this season. They have won each of their last nine league outings at the Signal Iduna Park and play three of their last four games this term on their own patch.
Bad omen for Dortmund
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