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Dortmund to dent Real hopes
All the pressure will be on Borussia Dortmund when they play host to Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Peter Bosz' side were beaten on Matchday One of this season's competition, going down 3-1 to Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley, which has put added pressure on their clash with reigning champions Real, who got their campaign off to a winning start by beating APOEL 3-0.

Many people would expect Dortmund to be up against it when they take on Zinedine Zidane's side, but BVB have been in superb form since losing to Spurs, as they have won three consecutive Bundesliga matches, with their last two home games ending in a 5-0 victory against Cologne and a 6-1 triumph over Borussia Monchengladbach.

Those results have helped Dortmund secure a two point cushion at the top of the Bundesliga standings and they boast the best attack and defence in the German top-flight so far this season.

Indeed goals should be at a premium against Real, as the last two meetings between the two sides have ended 2-2 - including the most recent clash at Signal Iduna Park - a match that saw Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang score.

Aubameyang has been in electric form so far this season, netting 12 goals in all competitions, including eight in the Bundesliga, and he is likely to be BVB's main man once again on Tuesday.

Real have also been amongst the goals this term and they certainly cannot be underestimated at [34568032], but Zidane's men have shown they have their flaws already this season, as they have lost to Real Betis and drawn with Valencia and Levante during the opening weeks of the La Liga season.

Los Blancos also have a poor record at Signal Iduna Park, as they have failed to win on any of their last four visits to the stadium, a run that includes a 2-0 and 4-1 defeat, so the home win at [34568032] could be on the cards once again on Tuesday.

There has not been a goalless draw between these two sides in any of their last ten meetings, so all the signs point to a high-scoring affair.

A victory would see Dortmund draw level with Real on three points in the group standings, but a defeat for BVB could prove catastrophic, as they would fall six points behind the Spanish giants, and with Spurs taking on group minnows APOEL on the same evening – their chances of qualifying for the knockout stages could already be up in the air.

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