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First up is the big Saturday night matchup, with Schalke v Bayer Leverkusen, followed on Sunday by Eintracht Frankfurt v Borussia Dortmund.
This meeting at the Commerzbank-Arena sees the home side looking for a result of some kind to help kick start their season.
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Veh’s side had designs on improving on last seasons 6th place finish in the Bundesliga. However with just one victory and two defeats, Eintracht Frankfurt sit below mid-table and hope that the visit of Dortmund doesn’t consolidate that position.
A victory for the visitors though would see them leapfrog Champions Bayern Munich, fresh fron their UEFA Super Cup final victory over Chelsea on penalties. Jurgen Kloop’s side have a game in hand and a victory for his men would see them not only gain top spot, but also maintain their 100% league record to date with three wins in three.
Kloop though is taking nothing for granted against a side who might be well down the table at present but will be satisfied after reaching the group stages of the UEFA Europa League.
Kloop said: “I saw the Frankfurt game yesterday (Thursday), they looked fairly good. We not only have to play against Eintracht Frankfurt, but also against their huge euphoria. I expect an intense game.”
22-year-old midfielder Ilkay Gundogan will miss out for the visitors with a back problem and 28-year-old Polish international fullback Lukasz Piszczek is still recovering from a hip injury.
Frankfurt though have injury worries of their own with former Croatian Under-21 international Srdjan Lakic missing from the home sides attack. The front man who is on loan from Wolfsburg will miss out with a back problem.
Frankfurt’s defence will need to be on their toes, Robert Lewandowski has already scored twice in Dortmund’s first three games and any suggestion that the strikers disappointment at not making the proposed move to Bayern might hamper his performances for his present employers have quickly been dismissed by the players own prowess in front of goal.
Frankfurt might hope that Kloops attention has been distracted by the Champions League Draw that saw his side drawn in an exciting group with Arsenal, Marseille and Napoli, prompting Kloop to say: “”The fact is, we have a score to settle with Arsenal and with Marseille. It’s a great, evenly-balanced group with four teams that all have what it takes to progress from the group stage.
I’ve never been to Napoli but I’m really looking forward to the atmosphere. It’s going to be very exciting.”
However with the first European night still weeks away it’s unlikely that Kloop will lose his focus and it’s hard to see beyond a victory for the visiting side.