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Dortmund to take point in Stuttgart
Borussia Dortmund travel to Stuttgart on Friday night and it has all the makings of a tight encounter.

BVB began the season in sensational style, winning six of their opening seven games to sit top of the Bundesliga standings.

It appeared they were primed to break Bayern Munich’s recent monopoly of the title, but things have gone downhill in the last four games.

From first, they now sit in third after a 3-2 home loss to RB Leipzig, a 2-2 draw against Eintracht Frankfurt and successive defeats to Hannover and Bayern.

From a position of strength, Peter Bosz’s side are now six points behind the Bavarians and looking at another campaign of trying to catch their great rivals.

Dortmund have still been scoring goals – seven in four outings – but it is at the other end of the pitch where they have been struggling and Bosz will hope his rearguard return from the international break refreshed and ready for action.

They have already conceded 14 times this term, the same as Stuttgart who sit 12th in the standings on 13 points.

The big plus for Dortmund this season has been their away form, with three wins, two draws and a solitary loss on the travels, but they will be coming up against a Stuttgart side who have made the Mercedes-Benz Arena something of a fortress.

Die Roten have conceded just once on their own patch, and won four of five home games, so will not be fazed by the sight of the title hopefuls arriving.

It is true that they do not score to many goals and, with that in mind, there may not be too much in the goal columns after 90 minutes.

BVB have scored 12 times away from home, however Hannes Wolf has his back line well drilled and they will give little away.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is clearly Dortmund’s main weapon as the Gabon hit-man has bagged 10 league goals in 11 outings while Maximilian Philipp has four in six.

Stuttgart have been the model of inconsistency, following every win with a loss, and that has thwarted their progress up the table.

Having lost last time out it is their turn to win and they are priced at n/a to keep up the sequence while the visitors are on offer at n/a.

It is always tough to predict how teams might get on after they return from a couple of weeks away from the action but, with Dortmund surely better than recent results suggest and Stuttgart a rock at home, these sides may well cancel each other out.

Recommended bet: Draw at n/a
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