Borussia Dortmund host Werder Bremen for the final round of German Bundesliga. The fixture will take place on Saturday, May 20th.
Borussia Dortmund Vs Werder Bremen German Bundesliga May 20th 2017 Details
Borussia Dortmund won 2–1 in Bremen earlier this season. Dortmund have won 3–2 in both of the last two outings against Bremen at Signal-Iduna-Park. Dortmund score 60% and concede 67% of their goals in the 2nd half at Signal-Iduna-Park. Both teams have scored in the 2nd half in three of Werder Bremen’s last four Bundesliga outings. Bremen have the 5th most dangerous attack in the Bundesliga (58 goals scored) but the joint 2nd worst defense (60 goals conceded).
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||20.05.2017 9:30 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||20.05.2017 14:30 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||20.05.2017 19:00 IST|
TV Channels, Telecast Online
|USA TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||Fox Sports GO, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, Fox Sports 2 USA, fuboTV, Fox Soccer Plus|
|UK TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||BT Sport Extra|
|Indian TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||Star Sports HD 4|
Borussia Dortmund Vs Hoffenheim German Bundesliga Live Online Commentary
Thomas Tuchel’s Borussia Dortmund are undefeated in five matches in the Bundesliga (W3 D2) and their place secured in the final of the DFB Pokal (Greman Cup) are starting to find their feet again after a tough spell back in April. BVB’s eyes are still on direct qualification into next season’s UEFA Champions League group stages – a top 3 finish – so with 4th placed Hoffenheim behind them on goal difference alone, the BVB should be going all out for the victory on Saturday.
On the other hand, Werder Bremen found themselves on the cusp of the drop area after starting 2017 with four straight losses – a record last seen at Werder in 1980 – but the North Germans have more than made amends as the year has gone on. Werder’s unbelievable eleven match unbeaten run (W9 D2) was brought to an end two fictures back against Cologne (4–3 loss), and last weekend’s 5–3 defeat at home to Hoffenheim means that the North Germans are now all but mathematically out of the race for European football.