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Freiburg Vs Borussia Dortmund German Bundesliga 2016-2017 IST Indian Time Live Stream and Telecast Channels

Newly-promoted squad SC Freiburg will take on the challenge of perennial contenders Borussia Dortmund in a 2016-2017 Bundesliga season match at their home field of Mage Solar Stadion on February 25th, Saturday.

Borussia Dortmund Ousmane Dembélé photo

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Freiburg Vs Borussia Dortmund German Bundesliga 25th February 2017 Details

Dortmund won 3-1 at home to Freiburg when the two sides last met in September last year. Dortmund have won all of the last 11 matches against Freiburg. Both teams have scored in 60% of Freiburg’s home and 82% of Borussia Dortmund’s away matches so far this season. Dortmund have scored an average of 1.91 goals per match away from home.

Dates, Fixtures, Schedule

United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time) 25.02.2017 9:30 EST
England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom) 25.02.2017 14:30 GMT+0
India (IST Indian Time) 25.02.2017 20:00 IST

Match Venue


Schwarzwald-Stadion photo

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TV Channels, Telecast Online

USA TV Viewers watch broadcast at: Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Soccer 2GO USA
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Freiburg Vs Borussia Dortmund German Bundesliga Live Online Commentary

The hosts – Freiburg, last season’ champions of the second Bundesliga, has been inconsistent as of late, alternating wins and winless performances in their last six matches. Freiburg is currently in the ninth position in the German top flight table, four points below the final Europa League qualifying spot. This match is followed by a 2-2 draw with Hamburg away from home at the Imtech Arena last Saturday. Hamburg midfielder Aaron Hunt scored the first goal of the match in the 15th minute before German midfielder Maximilian Philipp knotted the count in the 23rd with a left-footed shot off a pass by Nils Petersen. The hosts grabbed the lead once again with a 57th-minute goal by Michael Gregoritsch, but Freiburg was able to keep the game tied with a 72nd-minute strike by Vincenzo Grifo from the center of the box with the assist again coming from Petersen. As regards injury news: Freiburg are doubtful over Dortmund-loanee Pascal Stenzel and FC Sion loanee Vincent Sierro. Striker Janik Haberer sits this one out to suspension.

Meanwhile, the visitors have also been inconsistent in their last six games with 3 victories, 2 draws, and 1 defeat. Borussia is third in the Bundesliga table at the moment, eight points behind second-running squad RB Leipzig and 13 points below current league leaders Bayern Munich. Last Saturday Dortmund swept aside Wolfsburg, 3-0, at their home stadium of Signal Iduna Park to bounce back from their previous lackluster performance against Darmstadt. Dutch defender Jeffrey Bruma netted an own goal in the 20th minute to give the hosts a 1-0 lead before halftime. Experienced wing-back Lukasz Piszczek then doubled the lead in the 48th minute before young winger Ousmane Dembélé sealed the victory in the 59th for the final count. Ahead of this game Dortmund are doubtful over Sven Bender, Sebastian Rode, Nuri Sahin and Mario Gotze.

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