Unbeaten at home in the Bundesliga this season, Borussia Dortmund will be looking to extend that run and keep the pressure up at the top when struggling Eintracht Frankfurt visit the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK on Sunday (kick-off: 1730CET/1630GMT).
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- Dortmund have lost just one of their last eight competitive games against Frankfurt.Indeed, BVB have beaten Frankfurt more times in their Bundesliga history than any other team.The last time a league fixture between these two ended 0-0 was way back in 1990.The Eagles have lost each of their last four games in Dortmund, conceding 12 goals and scoring just one.Marco Reus has scored five goals in his eight appearances against Eintracht.Eintracht midfielder Stefan Reinartz scored his only ever Bundesliga brace against Dortmund (for Leverkusen in February 2013).Frankfurt coach Armin Veh has won just one of his 16 Bundesliga fixtures against Dortmund.With 25, Dortmund have kept more clean sheets against Frankfurt than any other team in the Bundesliga.Die Schwarz-Gelben have scored in each of their last 18 home games against Frankfurt.
Dortmund: Bürki – Piszczek, Hummels, Sokratis, Schmelzer – Gündogan, Ginter – Mkhitaryan, Castro, Reus – Aubameyang
Absentees: Durm, Sahin (both fitness), Weigl (illness)
Frankfurt: Hradecky – Hasebe, Reinartz, Abraham, Oczipka – Medojevic, Ignjovski – Aigner, Meier, Waldschmidt – Seferovic
Absentees: Anderson (Reha), Flum, Castaignos (both knee), Kittel (fitness), Russ, Zambrano, Stendera (all suspended)