Bundesliga: Appointment hunt begins: BVB hopes for encouragement against Hoffenheim

The past home game with the historic last-minute blackout against Werder Bremen (2: 3) is still causing frustration for Borussia Dortmund fans.

Bundesliga: Appointment hunt begins: BVB hopes for encouragement against Hoffenheim

The past home game with the historic last-minute blackout against Werder Bremen (2: 3) is still causing frustration for Borussia Dortmund fans.

A win over TSG 1899 Hoffenheim this Friday (8.30 p.m. / DAZN) could – like the 1-0 win in Berlin last matchday – contribute to reconciliation between the team and the supporters. It would be a timely signal. After all, Borussia is facing a tight program with five games in just under two weeks.

INITIAL SITUATION:

Four games, three wins, nine points: BVB and TSG Hoffenheim started the season with similar results. Due to the higher number of goals, the guests are fourth in the table, even one place ahead of the Revierclub and could ensure the best start in the club's history if they win again. "BVB is the favorite. Nevertheless, we're going to Dortmund to take something countable with us. If we put everything on the pitch and have a bit of luck, we can achieve a lot," said 1899 coach André Breitenreiter confidently.

PERSONAL:

Borussia Dortmund still has to do without Donyell Malen. The use of Mahmoud Dahoud and Karim Adeyemi is questionable. Giovanni Reyna should be back in the squad for that. The Austrian national player Stefan Posch is no longer part of the squad for the guests, who was about to move to FC Bologna. Ermin Bicakcic, Benjamin Hübner and Ihlas Bebou are also missing.

START:

For BVB, the game against Hoffenheim is the start of a demanding program with five games in just under two weeks. This includes two Champions League games against Copenhagen and Manchester City as well as the prestigious Bundesliga duels with Leipzig and Schalke. According to coach Edin Terzic, four days before the start, the European premier class is not yet an issue for his team: "We take every competition very seriously and think about sending a signal to Copenhagen in no time at all. We also want to make up for the home defeat against Bremen a bit. "

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