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Full time! Augsburg 0-3 Dortmund
The title is Dortmund's to lose. They breeze past Augsburg, scoring three second-half goals to go two points clear of defending champions Bayern. Victory at home to Mainz on the final day will seal the deal. As for Augsburg, they're not mathematically safe yet.
Brandt with the icing on the cake!
A perfect weekend for Dortmund. Süle forces the Augsburg mistake in their own half. Schlotterbeck surges forward and releases Brandt, who caps a lively display with a fine finish across Koubek. BVB are on the cusp...
Hummels taken off
The Dortmund veteran just received a heavy blow to the head. He's helped from the field, but is on his feet after some treatment. Schlotterbeck is his replacement, while Reyna comes on for Malen.
Dortmund on course for a deserved win
Dortmund are going two points clear of Bayern, with one game to go. Hold on here and beat Mainz at home, and they will be champions!
Haller at the double!
Dortmund edge a step closer to the title! Reus collects Malen's pass and forces Koubek into a diving save. Haller reacts to the loose ball to turn in his second of the contest.
Dortmund win back possession on halfway. It's worked to Brandt, who tries to place a shot beyond Koubek from 18 yards, but the keeper gets a hand to it.
Wolf whips a ball over from the right. Haller attacks it, heading just wide of the far post.
Dortmund's club captain replaces Guerreiro, who was gesturing to the bench not long ago. He must have pulled something. What a story it would be if Dortmund-boy Reus seals the win!
Brandt has space to attack in the Augsburg area. He cuts the ball back for Malen on the edge of the six-yard box, but Veiga sweeps it clear.
Augsburg apply pressure on the Dortmund defence. Hummels sticks out a boot to keep the hosts at bay, before half-hearted shouts for a handball against Guerreiro fall on deaf ears.
Wolf and Demirovic come to blows now. With so much on the line for both teams, the players need to get a grip on their emotions.
An extra man in the BVB midfield, with the carded Adeyemi making way. Guerreiro will move out wide, as a result...
Gouweleeuw talks his way into the book, unhappy with Adeyemi's initial challenge. This one's been pretty fiery...
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Not out of it yet
Augsburg seem to have found a second wind as Berisha connects with Gouweleeuw's long ball, volleying over from an offside position.
End to end!
Wow! Cardona brings down Dorsch's flighted ball into the penalty box and strikes goalwards under pressure from Hummels, but Kobel gets an outstretched leg to the shot. BVB turn defence into attack, with Koubek's hurried clearance hitting the rampaging Adeyemi and going behind.
Fresh legs and fresh ideas for Augsburg, who just can't get out. Berisha has a habit of scoring against the big boys, Bayern included...
Haller breaks Augsburg's resistance!
Massive goal for Dortmund! Malen asks the question with a low ball into the penalty box. Haller springs into action as it hits Bauer, and fires with unerring accuracy into the far corner. As things stand, BVB are top of the Bundesliga!
ゴールキーパー効率 Tomáš Koubek
Can takes aim from 20 yards after a prolonged spell of BVB pressure. It sneaks through a crowd of bodies, before cannoning back off the foot of Koubek's right-hand post.
Süle finds Guerreiro in the box, but his shot whistles just the wrong side of the post.
Hearts like lions
Hummels shows all his experience to stop Demirovic from making in-roads into the Dortmund half, before wrestling back possession. Rexhbecaj then dispossesses Adeyemi, beating his fist against his chest in a bid to rouse the home crowd as the ball goes out.
Engels is pulled back by Can on the edge of the Dortmund area. He takes the resultant free-kick, which deflects behind off a BVB shirt for a corner. Engels swings it over, but there are no takers.
Normal service resumed
Dortmund go straight on the attack with Brandt, who forces Koubek into a diving save with a low shot from 18 yards.
Away we go again!
Pedersen had been struggling with an injury in the latter part of the first half. Colina's on for the hosts - Dortmund are unchanged.
Half time! Augsburg 0-0 Dortmund
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Koubek sweeps up
Koubek is out of his area again, this time to stop Adeyemi chasing down another long punt. He's been Augsburg's busiest player by a distance.
Let-off for Dortmund, who are caught out by a long ball over the top of the defence. Demirovic is all alone in front of Kobel, before the linesman's flag goes up for offside.
Beljo goes into the book after deliberating impeding a BVB attack. He'll have to watch his step now...
Off the post!
Süle meets Malen's resultant free-kick, planting a downward header against the far post. Maaßen has sacrificed an attacker for an extra man in defence, meanwhile.
Augsburg reduced to 10 men!
Uduokhai is shown his marching orders after a lengthy review. He was all over Malen as the BVB attacker threatened to run in on goal. Can Terzic's men make their numerical advantage count?
ReviewDenied goal-scoring opportunity?
Bayern and Dortmund are level on 68 points as things stand, but the defending champions have the far superior goal difference (+53 compared to +36). Augsburg are 14th, four points clear of the automatic relegation zone and three above the play-off spot.
Brandt's played clean through on goal. Koubek rushes out of his box to narrow the angle, though, getting his standing leg to a somewhat rushed strike at goal. Could he have gone round the keeper instead?
Engels leads an Augsburg counter, but Hummels anticipates the through-ball for Demirovic and is able to make a crucial block. It's the kind of game where you could easily see the hosts land a sucker punch on the break or from a set piece...
Dortmund creating chances...
Koubek stands tall
Guerreiro splits the Augsburg defence with a pass into the feet of Brandt. He has Haller to his right, but goes for a shot that's too close to Koubek.
Guerreiro powers towards the edge of the Augsburg D, before blazing a bouncing ball into the stand behind Koubek's goal. There's still plenty of time for Dortmund - they don't want to start panicking in front of goal.
Dortmund asking all the questions...
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Win probability favours Dortmund
Dortmund's best chance by a mile. Hummels is the architect with a raking ball from deep. Brandt helps it onto Haller, who beats one man before firing goalwards from close range. The stretching Gouweleeuw gets a toe on it, though, and Koubek is able to push the ball over the crossbar.
Kobel to the rescue
Demirovic plays a pass in behind Süle for Beljo, but Kobel sees it cominig to smother at the Augsburg forward's feet. Warning for BVB.
Pulling the strings
Guerreiro tries to find Haller in the six-yard box, but Koubek gets there first. The Portugal international is at the heart of every attacking move for Dortmund.
Dortmund in charge
Dortmund come again
It's one-way traffic as Adeyemi races into the final third and crosses for Brandt, but Veiga gets in a last-dtich challenge to prevent the BVB midfielder from pulling the trigger.
Malen collects Guerreiro's slide-rule pass into the area. He skips away from Dorsch before pulling back a cross for Adeyemi, who doesn't make a clean connection from the penalty spot and Augsburg smuggle it behind.
Another chance for Dortmund as Guerreiro drifts inside and spots the run of Wolf in off the right-hand side. He runs unchecked into the box, but drives his shot straight at Koubek.
Adeyemi feeds Haller, who touches it off to Brandt for a fizzing 20-yard shot that whistles wide of the upright. It wouldn't have counted, though - Haller had strayed a fraction offside when he received the pass.
Malen whips the ensuing set piece high and wide of the far post. Augsburg survive.
Wolf's bundled over by Dorsch on the corner of the Augsburg area. Promising position for the visitors. Malen and Guerreiro are standing over it...
Relegation threat grows
Augsburg are enjoying a confidence-building spell on the ball. Stuttgart ended up running away 4-1 winners in Mainz, so the pressure is on Maaßen's side in their bid to stay afloat.
All eyes on Dortmund - can they take control of the title race?
Dortmund have only lost two of 11 previous trips to Augsburg, but arrive at the WWK-Arena today winless in their last four away Bundesliga games (D2, L2).
To recap, Bayern's 3-1 defeat to Leipzig means Dortmund can climb back to the top of the table, two points clear of the defending champions, with a win in Augsburg. They would then host Mainz on the final weekend, knowing another three points will bring home the title for the first time since 2012. If BVB draw or lose today, however, they'll be reliant on Cologne doing them a favour against Bayern on Matchday 34.
Almost Mr. Ever Present
Dortmund are without Bellingham for only the second time this Bundesliga season. He missed the trip to Mainz on Matchday 17, which BVB won 2-1. The Englishman has scored four goals in his last four games, but Terzic has the ideal replacement in the returning Guerreiro. 'Rapha' has contributed 12 goals since February alone, including two of his own. Some return for a player more accustomed to the left-back role.
Stuttgart now lead Mainz, which has major implications for Augsburg. Goal difference means they're highly unlikely to drop into the automatic relegation zone, but the play-off spot is another story. Bochum and Stuttgart are now just two points behind them...
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Defender Veiga and midfielder Engels come in for Bauer and Maier respectively, while Yeboah gets the nod over Berisha in the Augsburg attack. Dortmund are without Bellingham due to knee troubles, so Raphael Guerreiro slots into the midfield in the only change to the Gladbach win.
Augsburg starting line-up
Koubek - Veiga, Gouweleeuw (c), Uduokhai - Engels, Dorsch, Rexhbecaj, Pedersen - Yeboah, Beljo, Demirovic
Klein, Bauer, Colina, Maier, Sarenren Bazee, Caligiuri, Berisha, Mbuku, Cardona
Dortmund starting line-up
Kobel - Wolf, Süle, Hummels (c), Ryerson - Brandt, Can, Guerreiro - Malen, Haller, Adeyemi
Meyer, Schlotterbeck, Özcan, Reyna, Reus, Passlack, Moukoko, Modeste
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Dion Beljo was directly involved in four of Augsburg's past five goals (two goals and two assists). He has scored in his side's past two home matches, too.
Unimpressive Augsburg run
Augsburg have won just one of their past nine Bundesliga matches, although that was in their last home fixture (a 1-0 win against Union Berlin).
Reyna the pick of Dortmund supersubs
Gio Reyna scored his fifth goal off the bench as Dortmund beat Gladbach 5-2. No Bundesliga player has scored more as a substitute this season, and no team has as many as Dortmund's 14 goals from bench players.
Precedents for title hope
Borussia Dortmund twice won the title from the position of going into Matchday 33 second in the table - in 1994/95 and 2001/02.
Season of two halves for Dortmund attacking trio
Haller, Malen and Adeyemi were together unable to find the net at all in the first half of the Bundesliga season. In the second half of the season, they have smashed 22 goals between them.
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Win at all costs
Whatever Bayern do against Leipzig on Saturday, Dortmund will take the title race to the final weekend with victory in Augsburg. Of course, if Bayern slip up, BVB will have the chance to regain top spot. But if Bayern win and Dortmund lose, it's game over. A win for Bayern and draw for Dortmund will effectively, if not officially, make Bayern champions.