Borussia Monchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund go head-to-head on Tuesday night for a place in the DFB-Pokal semi-finals (7:45pm, UK time).
Gladbach have made it past Oberneuland, Elversberg and Stuttgart so far to reach this stage as they seek to win this competition for the first time since 1995. Meanwhile, four-time winners Dortmund have seen off MSV Duisburg, Eintracht Braunschweig and Paderborn.
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Where to watch Gladbach vs Dortmund on TV:
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- US: ESPN Deportes
Scoreline prediction: Gladbach 1-3 Dortmund
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Gladbach vs Dortmund build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Since it emerged that Marco Rose will take over at Dortmund next season, Gladbach have fallen off a cliff. The Colts have won just one of their last seven games across all competitions, drawing two and losing four, including a 3-2 defeat against RB Leipzig at the weekend in which they threw away a 2-0 lead. As a result, Gladbach have dropped to eighth in the table and it’s looking increasingly like the DFB-Pokal might be their best route into European football next season.
Dortmund, meanwhile, have moved in the opposite direction in recent weeks. Following a run of just two wins in seven across all competitions, Erdin Terzic’s men have won each of their last three games, pulling off an impressive 3-2 triumph over Sevilla in the Champions League round-of-16 first leg before seeing of Schalke (4-0) and Arminia Bielefeld (3-0) in the Bundesliga. Unlike Gladbach, Dortmund are just three points adrift of the Champions League spots, but that won’t dampen their desire to win a fifth DFB-Pokal, especially with Bayern Munich already out of the competition.
- Gladbach (vs RB Leipzig): Sommer; Beyer, Ginter, Elvedi; Zakaria; Lazaro, Wendt, Hofmann, Wolf; Embolo, Thuram.
- Dortmund (vs Arminia Bielefeld): Hitz; Morey, Can, Hummels, Guerreiro; Dahoud; Reyna, Reus, Bellingham, Sancho; Haaland.
Stefan Lainer is struggling with a thigh injury but the likes of Ramy Bensebaini and Denis Zakaria returned to action from the bench against RB Leipzig on Saturday.
Axel Witsel is out for the season, while Dortmund will also be missing Manuel Akanji and Marcel Schmelzer for this cup tie. Thorgan Hazard and Dan-Axel Zagadou managed substitute appearances at the weekend to offer Terzic a boost.
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Players to watch:
- Gladbach: Despite falling to a 3-2 defeat, Gladbach ended a run of four games in which they scored one goal or fewer against Leipzig at the weekend. Marcus Thuram was the man to put Gladbach 2-0 in front after just 19 minutes, scoring his first Bundesliga goal since netting against Dortmund in mid-January. Aside from scoring against Tuesday’s opponents, Thuram also found the net against Stuttgart in the previous round of this competition, so the omens are good that the Frenchman can inspire an unlikely victory here.
- Dortmund: Even though he didn’t manage to get himself on the scoresheet, Erling Haaland still played a key role in Dortmund’s 3-0 win over Arminia Bielefeld at the weekend, providing the assist for Reinier’s goal, while still testing the goalkeeper with two shots on target. That’s the Norwegian sensation’s 11th direct goal involvement in his last eight appearances across all competitions, scoring eight and providing three assists. Gladbach will be dreading the prospect of facing the seemingly superhuman Haaland this week, with the 20-year-old already notching four goals and an assist in three career appearances against the club. Haaland scored a brace in each of Dortmund’s Bundesliga meetings with Gladbach earlier this season.
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