Second-placed Borussia Dortmund will be out to keep the pressure on Bundesliga leaders FC Bayern München with victory away to mid-table Hamburger SV on Friday (kick-off: 15:30CET/14:30GMT).
- Hamburg have amassed twice as many points away (ten) as they have done at home so far this season.
- HSV's only home win of the campaign came on Matchday 2 against VfB Stuttgart.
- Dortmund's 29-point tally after 12 matches has only been bettered once before: when they went on to win the title in 2010/11 (31).
- With 71 goals in 22 competitive outings under Thomas Tuchel, Dortmund are averaging over three goals a game.
- BVB were the only team that failed to score against Hamburg last season.
- Tuchel picked up more points in Hamburg as Mainz head coach (nine) than Klopp managed whilst in charge of Dortmund (four in seven matches).
- Dortmund have scored more goals against Hamburg (167) than against any other club. The same applies to HSV, who have put 174 past BVB.
- HSV duo Lewis Holtby and Nicolai Müller made their senior international debuts for Germany whilst playing under Tuchel at Mainz.
- So far this season, Dortmund have given away more clear-cut chances (19) this season than HSV (13).
- Along with FC Bayern München's Robert Lewandowski, Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the first player since Manfred Bürgsmüller (1980/81) to score 14 goals after 12 matches.
Hamburg: Adler - Diekmeier, Djourou, Spahic, Ostrzolek - Diaz, Holtby - Müller, Illicevic - Lasogga, Schipplock
Dortmund: Bürki - Ginter, Sokratis, Hummels, Schmelzer - Weigl, Gündogan, Mkhitaryan, Kagawa, Castro - Aubameyang