Borussia Dortmund v Hamburg Live Streaming as Dortmund likely to carry on 100% league record in Bundesliga

The latest Borussia Dortmund v Hamburg live streaming news and odds from Bundesliga, as Bet365 price Dortmund at 1/4 as the league leaders look to make it 5 from 5 against struggling Hamburg.

Having notched up a 100% record so far in the league, Borussia Dortmund will be hoping that they can carry their good form into their next league fixture against Hamburg.

Having kept several big players including Polish hitman Robert Lewandowski and defensive star Mats Hummels at Signal Iduna Park, many are still seeing Jurgen Klopp’s side as one of the contenders for the league already.

Indeed, Hummels will be one player who there will be much focus on after the player was dropped from the Germany first team in favour of Bayern’s Jerome Boateng in the international break.

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But team-mate Ilkay Gundogan has revealed that the snub has only strengthened Hummel’s resolve to prove his worth to the national squad by showing his skils weke in and week out in the Bundesliga.

This was underlined in comments made by the midfielder to local newspaper Ruhr Nachtrichten where he stated: “Every player goes through difficult periods like this. It happened to me as well. Mats is a strong and intelligent guy and I’m sure he will draw the right conclusions from all this.”

Dortmund aren’t missing many of their first-team line-up with the likes of Nuri Sahin, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marco Reus all returning to the squad.

For Hamburg, the match will be a tough test for a side who have struggled for form since the start of the season having only recorded 1 win in their first 4 games.

And their fortunes aren’t set to get any better as the club will be without club captain Rafael Van Der Vaart who has been ruled out of the game with a hamstring injury.

The Dutchman picked up the injury during a training session with The Netherlands over the international break and is likely to miss the next few games.

With Van Der Vaart out injured, the club could call upon veterans such as Marcel Jansen and Gojko Kacar to help strengthen the side and give them a bit of control in the middle of the park.

But with HSV missing several top players and having a patchy record at best so far this season, it’s difficult to see Borussia Dortmund losing their perfect record on Saturday evening.

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