Welcome to our Dortmund v Leverkusen preview. On Saturday, Borussia Dortmund are visited by Bayer Leverkusen. This is likely to be a top match, with both teams in the title race sitting third and second respectively.

Recent Form

In their last six games in the Bundesliga, Dortmund have won four and lost two. Leverkusen, on the other hand, have won five and lost one.

Head to Head

In their last six matches, dating back to 2010, Dortmund hold the momentum with four wins (67%), one draw (17%) and one loss (17%). There has been 15 goals scored, an average of 2.5 goals per game. The last 13 results of the corresponding fixture resulted in 6 Dortmund wins, 3 draws and 4 wins for Leverkusen.

Goals Conceded

With 14 games played so far in the Bundesliga, there is not much to separate the two teams. Dortmund have conceded 15, one more than Leverkusen (1 and 1.1 goals per game respectively).

In goals scored, Dortmund are four above Leverkusen on 35.

Team News

Dortmund currently have a large injury list, with key players such as Subotic, Hummels and Reus all out for a significant amount of time. Dortmund will also be hoping for Lewandowski to be fit in time for the game.

Leverkusen have a smaller injury list, the most notable being Sidney Sam, who will not be available on Saturday.

Conclusion

This game should be great for the neutral. You can expect Leverkusen to be the stronger side, given that Dortmund are carrying many injuries. I think the likely result is a draw, with a victory for Leverkusen the second choice.