Left wing candidates: Jadon Sancho, Yevhen Konoplyanka, Marco Reus and Andrey Yarmolenko (l-r.) - © © DFL DEUTSCHE FUSSBALL LIGA
Left wing candidates: Jadon Sancho, Yevhen Konoplyanka, Marco Reus and Andrey Yarmolenko (l-r.) - © © DFL DEUTSCHE FUSSBALL LIGA

Reus, Konoplyanka, Sancho or Yarmolenko - who would be YOUR Schalke/Dortmund dream team left winger?

Borussia Dortmund and Schalke treated the world to one of the greatest matches in Bundesliga history when the Royal Blues completed one of sport's greatest ever comebacks after being 4-0 down at half-time at the Signal Iduna Park. This week the arch-rivals meet for another Revierderby at the Veltins-Arena with the winner having one hand on second place.

Ahead of Sunday's fixture, bundesliga.com is giving you the chance to vote for your Revierderby dream team. All 11 positions are up for grabs, and it's your votes that will determine the final combined Schalke-Dortmund XI, which we will present to you ahead of the big match.

The four candidates for the left wing position are: Yevhen Konoplyanka, Marco Reus, Jadon Sancho and Andrey Yarmolenko. Cast your votes in the poll below!

Reus was out until Matchday 22 recovering from the knee ligament injury he sustained in last season’s DFB Cup final triumph, but the fact he makes this list at all is testament to the earth-moving impact he had when he returned. The three goals he scored in his first four games back were worth five points to Dortmund, but he also clearly had an uplifting effect on the whole team, whose confidence seemed buoyed by the simple fact of having their iconic forward on the pitch again. Back after another short spell on the sidelines, the Germany international will no doubt play a key role in the final straight.

Sancho’s first season in the Bundesliga was always going to be an acid test of the 18-year-old’s ability, and though he remains a work in progress, his seven league appearances — just three of which were starts — hinted at immense promise.

Watch: The Marco Reus story

Injury has been the bug-bear of Yarmolenko’s first campaign in Germany — the Ukrainian has played just three Rückrunde matches — gave a positive first impression in his 16 league games, scoring three times.

His former Dynamo Kiev cohort, Konoplyanka, has punctuated a mixed season with highlights, notably his opening day goal in the win over RB Leipzig, and his central role in the incredible 4-4 draw with Dortmund on Matchday 13.

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