Borussia Dortmund vs Union Berlin: Match preview
This round brings us an interesting match in which the forces will weigh Dortmund and Union Berlin at Signal Iduna Park. It is difficult to predict at first and without further analysis who will celebrate in this duel. Still, it is clear that both teams will try to get the desired points. Union Berlin will have to withstand a lot of pressure from the home crowd. On the other side Borussia is in best possible shape.
Borussia Dortmund team news:
The “Millionaires” were fiercely positioned in the sequel of the Championship and scored ten goals in two matches. The football world was again amazed by young Norwegian Haland, who arrived from Salzburg this winter, scoring five goals in his first two appearances on the new team.
To make it all the more glorious, Haland spent a total of 60 minutes on the ground as he entered in the second half in both games. Dortmund is determined to attack the title, but they need to be much firmer on defense.
The last match of Dortmund was against Koln and finished with a score of 5 – 1. In the last 10 games this team has won 6 times, scoring 31 times averaging 3.1 goals per game.
Probable lineup: Bürki – Piszczek, Hummels, Akanji – Hakimi, Witsel, Brandt, Guerreiro – Sancho, Reus (c), Hazard.
Union Berlin team news:
Union Berlin lost to Leipzig first but reached an important victory over Augsburg last Saturday. Their only goal, in their first Bundesliga season, is to survive, and everything is subordinate to it. So far they are doing great and they are in a satisfactory 11th place.
In the last 10 games this team has won 6 times, scoring a total of 15 times, averaging 1.5 goals per game.
Probable lineup: Gikiewicz – Friedrich, Schlotterbeck, Subotic – Trimmel (c), Gentner, Andrich, Lenz – Ingvartsen, Bülter – Andersson.
In this match we expect a lot of goals. Union Berlin is not coming to surrender, but still they can’t do much. We believe that Borussia can score three goals or more. Also, their victory shouldn’t be questioned. Also, Union Berlin can use problems in Borussia’s defense to score a goal.
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