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A big, big win for Borussia Dortmund at the home of Eintracht. It was a relatively even contest with Jude Bellingham's class the telling difference in terms of the result. Brandt and Kamada were the earlier scorers in what was a pulsating game. Edin Terzic's side go third, Eintracht are in fifth ahead of Sunday's games.
The yellow cards are flying now as BVB look to run the clock down.
Rode throws a strop on the bench towards the fourth official and the ref heads over and shows a yellow card to the Eintracht veteran.
TIME ADDED ON
There will be four minutes added to the end of the 90'.
BVB LOOKING UP
BORRE INTO THE FRAY
Eintracht's goalscorer Kamada goes off to loud applause. Rafael Borre is on to try and nick an equaliser for the hosts.
Hummels thunders into Kolo Muani on the edge of the area. Yellow card for the BVB man while Eintracht get a free kick on the edge of the area, but to the right. The free kick comes to nothing.
EINTRACHT MIX IT UP
Alario in for Lindstrom as Frankfurt look for a change in attacking dynamic.
CAN HAS A GO
Emre Can whacks a shot off target. He never really hit that cleanly, in fairness. Eintracht survive.
Sow is on for Rode as Eintracht push for an equaliser.
BVB SUB AND YELLOW
Dortmund with the switch, Wolf in for Adeyemi. Emre Can then goes into the book for landing on Ebimbe's foot.
MODESTE AT 200
Substitute Anthony Modeste is playing his 200th Bundesliga game today. After Franck Ribery and Jonathan Schmid, Modeste is only the third Frenchman to hit the 200 mark.
Kolo Muani turns inside two Dortmund players before drilling low at goal. The ball hits the inside of Kobel's heel and dribbles away to safety.
Triple sub for the visitors: Modeste, Can and Reyna all on.
SGE PENALTY APPEAL
Kobel jumps for a high ball and lands on Götze and there are appeals for a penalty. Nothing doing says the ref. Lindstrom is booked for protesting.
Eintracht should be level. Süle slips up at the back and Kolo Muani fires at goal only for Kobel to save. Götze's following up is cleared off the line by Schlotterbeck. Moments later, Lindstrom pounces on another BVB mistake before seeings his effort beaten wide by Kobel.
He's done it again! Fresh from scoring a double against Stuttgart Bellingham has added another here to give BVB the lead. Moumoko plays the England international in. It looks as though he might lose his footing, but Bellingham sticks his left on it at just the right moment to fire past Trapp.
NO WAY THROUGH
Adeyemi twists and turns out on the right before looking to make inroads into the Eintracht area. The door is soon shut on the BVB man, however, and Eintracht begin building from the back.
Mario Götze Julian Brandt
COOL HAND KOBEL
Pellegrini hits a shot from the edge of the area that takes a deflection into the arms of Kobel.
GAME BACK ON
Dortmund get the second half underway.
That's the end of an epic first 45 minutes. Kamada and Brandt on target for either team and we've had incidents and chances aplenty to keep us thoroughly entertained. Don't go changing!
Kolo Muani has the ball in the area and lifts a shot over the advancing Kobel and the effort comes off the woodwork. The ball rolls towards Lindstrom who appears to be shoved in the back by Adeyemi, the Dane falling on the ball and placing his hands on it. The result is a free out to BVB.
KOLO MUANI TRIES AGAIN
Kolo Muani takes it down on his chest with his back to goal, spins and shoots over the top.
Malen tees up Bellingham inside the box and just when it seems the England international is about to pull the trigger, he takes an extra touch and the chance is gone.
Superb work from Kolo Muani, who finds Götze inside the Dortmund area. The former Germany international just fails to control and that's a let off for BVB.
BVB AND OPEN PLAY
Incredibly, Dortmund have scored 18 of their 19 goals this season from open play.
KAMADA ON FIRE
Daichi Kamada's equaliser was his seventh goal of the season. In his previous four Bundesliga campaigns, the Japanese scored a maximum of 5 times.
LINDSTROM EYES GOAL
Lindstrom has a couple of bites of the cherry but the Dane's first effort is blocked and his second sails over the bar.
EINTRACHT ARE LEVEL
BVB dilly dally and Kolo Muani grabs possession. The France forward passes to the side where Kamada gladly accepts and thwacks a low drive from distance into the corner.
Mario Götze Karim Adeyemi
Dortmund lead after a sweeping counter-attacking move. Malen takes possession of a diagonal pass before racing forward, beating his man and laying off for Brandt, who whacks a finish through Trapp. A fine goal and exceptional work from Malen on the left.
Pellegrini tries to hold off Adeyemi but throws back a hand, which catches the Germany international in the face. The ref flashes a yellow card at the Eintracht man.
DANGER BOTH ENDS
Ebimbe cuts back towards Lindstrom inside the BVB box but Süle steps in to clear the danger. At the other end, Julian Brandt thumps a shot into the side netting.
A Dortmund free kick, central, but at some distance from goal. Bellingham eyes it, runs up and smacks the ball flat footed. Trapp throws up a hand but the goalkeeper knows that's going over the bar.
BVB move it around on the edge of the Eintracht area before Malen hits a snapshot at the target. Jakic throws a leg out and deflects the ball wide. From the resulting corner, Schlotterbeck heads back across goal before Eintracht hack clear.
Eintracht - roared on by their passionate home fans - have settled quickly here. Dortmund are watching and waiting to counter. The game is perfectly poised.
Ebimbe and Götze combine before the former sets off on an incisive exciting run from the right. Ebimbe finds Lindstrom whose shot is blocked wide by Kobel.
AWAY WE GO !
Eintracht kick off and we are underway in Frankfurt.
GÖTZE SAYS HELLO
Mario Götze greets friends and former teammates in the tunnel with hugs and high fives. The 30-year-old Eintracht attacker scored 22 times in 83 Bundesliga appearances for BVB between 2009 and 2013.
Deutsche Bank Park is filled with song and plenty of flag waving as we await the appearance of both teams onto the pitch. Not long to go now.
HAZARD'S NEW ROLE
Thorgan Hazard is expected to play at left full-back in what would be a Bundesliga first for the Belgian. He played a similar role in the Champions League against Manchester City four days ago.
FRANKFURT'S KOLO MUANI THREAT
BVB TEAM NEWS
EINTRACHT TEAM NEWS
Home coach Oliver Glasner makes three changes to the team that started the 2-1 Champions League win against Marseille in midweek with Pellegrini, Rode and Tuta in for Sow, Smolcic (both on the bench) and Lenz (out with a hamstring injury).
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FRANKFURT STARTING XI
Trapp (c) - Tuta, Jakic, Ndicka - Dina Ebimbe, Kamada, Rode (c), Pellegrini - Lindström, Götze - Kolo Muani
Ramaj, Toure, Onguene, Smolcic, Alidou, Chandler, Sow, Borre, Alario
DORTMUND STARTING XI
Kobel - Süle, Hummels (c), Schlotterbeck - Adeyemi, Özcan, Bellingham, Hazard - Brandt, Moukoko, Malen
Meyer, Rothe, Coulibaly, Wolf, Can, Passlack, Papadopoulos, Reyna, Modeste
BVB'S "DEFINING GAME"
For their part, Dortmund have lost just once in their last 11 games against Eintracht, a sequence that includes six wins. "We know that it won't be easy [but] we're looking forward to the challenge," Edin Terzic said ahead of the game. "We've also shown [of late] that we can play better football than we have in the last weeks. It'll be a defining game for us," the 39-year-old continued.
IT'S TIGHT AT THE TOP!
Fourth hosts fifth as Eintracht Frankfurt take on Borussia Dortmund in the Saturday late game. There's only a point between the two sides going into Matchday 12, and they're both fresh off big league wins last weekend. It's going to be HUGE!