Stuttgart have seen themselves move out of the bottom three following a decent run of form in recent weeks, They are unbeaten in four games and giving themselves a one point lead over the teams in the relegation zone.
Dortmund saw their run of six Bundesliga games without a loss end last week with RB Leipzig beating them 4-1 in a surprising result. They are second in the league but nine points behind Bayern Munich, with their title challenge all but over.
At home, Stuttgart have lost six of their 14 matches, although they have won their last two at Mercedes-Benz Arena. The side have scored in each of their last eight games but conceded 16 times in the same period, being unable to keep a clean sheet.
Dortmund have great form on the road, going six games unbeaten away from home and losing just four in 14 all season. Dortmund average just under two goals a game as the away side, something the translate to their recent form where they have scored 11 in their last six.
Erling Haaland has been in good goalscoring form as usual this season, netting 16 times so far this season but has gone eight league games without a goal.
Stuttgart vs Borussia Dortmund: Match Stats
Dortmund generally do quite well in this fixture, winning five of the last six meetings between the two sides. The handicap market looks favourable towards the away side who have scored 15 times in that period, giving the -0.5 handicap line a lot of value.
William Hill have a good price on Dortmund to win and there to be two or more goals in the games. This has happened in eight of the last ten matches between Stuttgart and Dortmund.
20 November 2021- Borussia Dortmund 2-1 Stuttgart- Bundesliga
10 April 2021- Stuttgart 2-3 Borussia Dortmund – Bundesliga
12 December 2020- Borussia Dortmund 1-5 Stuttgart- Bundesliga
09 March 2020- Borussia Dortmund 3-1 Stuttgart- Bundesliga
20 October 2019- Stuttgart 0-4 Borussia Dortmund- Bundesliga
The reverse fixture came on the 20th November and Borussia Dortmund won that day 2-1 thanks to a goal each from Donyell Malen and Maroc Reud. Stuttgart have won just one of their last five matches between the sides but were impressive in that sole win, a 5-1 away victory.