Hoffenheim versus Dortmund. achtzehn99.de is here to provide all the important facts and figures about the Bundesliga match that takes place at 15:30 on Sunday in the Signal Iduna Park.
- These two teams have met only three times in the Bundesliga with a very even record (1 W - 1 D - 1 L). The match in Dortmund last season ended 0-0.
- When these two teams met for the first time Dortmund recorded a 2-1 victory to beat 1899 Hoffenheim for the very first time in the Bundesliga. Kuba and Nuri Sahin (penalty) both netted for BVB while Demba Ba was the goalscorer for Hoffenheim.
- Borussia Dortmund have won their last four home games and won seven of the last eight games that have taken place at the Signal-Iduna-Park, experiencing one defeat.
- 1899 Hoffenheim are winless in 6 games (only Bochum have been worse racking up 8 games without winning) and have scored only one goal in that period.
- The "Kraichgauer" team have only taken nine points from 13 games in 2010 and occupy 17th place in the second-half table.
- Borussia Dortmund currently have the same amount of points (52) on Matchday 30 as they had in the whole of last season, Jürgen Klopp's first in charge.
- Hoffenheim could be celebrating their 25th league victory in the Bundesliga with a victory of Borussia Dortmund. Two goals would also suit the team from Kraichgau as they have scored 98 Bundesliga goals up until now, 48 of those away from home.
- Jürgen Klopp may also be celebrating an anniversary if the match ends in a tie as it would be his 50th draw in the Bundesliga.
- Dortmund's Neven Subotic is one of only four players to have not missed a minute of football this season. The other three are Brouwers, Lahm and Neuer.
- Hoffenheim's best goalscorer, Vedad Ibisevic, has not hit the back of the net in over 7 hours (459 minutes) and has only scored 9 times this season. The Bosnian, who has played in all 30 matches also shares the league record with Stefan Kießling for the amount of times caught in an offside position (53).
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