Nurnberg Borussia Odds : Live Stream available from Frankenstadion as Lucien Favre eyes Bundesliga title bid

Borussia Mönchengladbach will be hoping to keep the pressure on league leaders Borussia Dortmund this weekend when they travel to mid-table Nuremburg on Sunday afternoon, in a match you can watch exclusively live online – see below.

As things stand, Mönchengladbach are 3rd in the Bundesliga, five points adrift of 1st position. This means they are still in touch with the top, but they cannot afford to drop further behind in the next few weeks.

Looking at their recent form, they are performing well having gone seven league games without defeat, winning five of them. They were frustrated with a at home draw against Hamburger SV last time out though, so they will want to hit back this weekend.

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After all, with Borussia Dortmund in action on Saturday, Mönchengladbach could be eight points behind 1st position by the time their game at Nuremburg gets underway. In many ways, it is one they simply have to win.

It should be the aim of Lucien Favre’s men to be in the title race still when they meet Dortmund in April for what could be an extremely important fixture. This means they need to be picking up three points at places like Nuremburg.

As for the hosts this weekend, they are in decent enough form having picked up back to back victories in the last two weeks with the 1-0 victory at Werder Bremen most recently particularly impressive.

This result means that they sit 10th in Bundesliga going into this weekend. They are eight points from both the top six and the relegation zone, so their ambitions for the remainder of the season could be decided in the next couple of weeks.

Looking at the home form of Nuremburg, they have been far too inconsistent of late, winning three and losing three of their last six league games at Frankenstadion.

Therefore, you do not quite know what to expect from Dieter Hecking’s men this weekend. One thing is for sure though, Borussia Mönchengladbach will be going for the win and this should make it a thoroughly entertaining contest.

It gets underway at 2.30pm on Sunday afternoon.

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