It’s the final game in the Bundesliga this weekend and Champions Borussia Dortmund host Freiburg on Saturday looking to put on a show for their supporters, as Bundesliga fans can watch all the action live streaming with Bet365 today (see below).
Dortmund are eight points clear of second place Bayern Munich so the title race is all over. However, they do face Bayern again in the German cup final so will be looking to take some confidence into that game.
Josef Klupp’s side have been on a fantastic run of form, winning 15 of their last 17 games, they are also unbeaten in the Bundesliga since September.
Klupp side have now won back to back league titles for only the second time in their history which is a fantastic achievement from everyone involved at the club.
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Robert Lewandowski has been the talisman for Dortmund up front. The Polish forward has 20 goals in 33 games in the league so far. Lewandowski has, however, failed to score in his previous three encounters so will be looking to find the net this weekend and end the league season on a high.
As for Freiburg, they sit comfortably in twelfth position in the Budesliga, but know that a win against Dortmund and other results going their way could see them finish the campaign as high as ninth.
Freiburg go into this game in very high spirits after a recent run that has seen them unbeaten in ten matches. This great form included victories over Schalke and Bayer Leverkusen too.
After a shocking start to the season which saw Christian Striech and his side put together just five wins until March, it’s been a great effort to put a string of results together as they were genuine relegation candidates just a few weeks ago.
Dortmund ran out 4-1 winners in this fixture earlier in the season, though Freiberg will feel they are a much improved side since then and will be looking to put up a real fight in this one.
It all gets underway from 2.30pm on Saturday.