Kaiserslautern v Borussia Dortmund Odds : Live Stream available as Bundesliga Champions look to finish in style at Fritz-Walter-Stadion
April 27, 2012 · 0 Comments
Fresh from retaining their Bundesliga title, Borussia Dortmund travel to FC Kaiserslautern this weekend looking to finish their season in style by picking up three points as Footybunker.com visitors can watch all the action exclusively live online using Bet365′s live stream service (see below).
With just two league games remaining, Dortmund are eight points clear of Bayern Munich and now cannot be caught. Their season isn’t over though and they will want three points this weekend to ensure they don’t lose any momentum going into the cup final next month.
As mentioned, they will be keen to celebrate their title win in style too. They are deserved Champions and they will want to play like it on Saturday afternoon.
Their form certainly suggests they will do just that. Jurgen Klopp’s men have gone 26 Bundesliga games without defeat, a run which stretches back to September of last year.
They have also won their last four league games, so there is no doubt that they hit some of their best form at just the right time. Now it is about finishing the season well and possibly completing the double.
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As for Kaiserslautern, they are rock bottom of the Bundesliga and much like their visitors, their fate for this season has already been decided. With two games to go, they are 11 points adrift of safety and have been relegated from the top flight.
It is easy to see why they have gone down too with just four wins all season and six defeats in their last seven games. They did win at Hertha BSC last time out, but it was too little too late for their survival hopes.
They are now playing for pride in the remaining two games and there is no doubt that a positive result against the Bundesliga Champions would make them more positive going into the summer and then next season.
It is Dortmund that are expected to get the points though, despite the fact that Kaiserslautern managed a 1-1 draw when the two teams met earlier in the season.
This one gets underway at 2.30pm on Saturday afternoon.
By Joe Rooney