Dortmund v Freiburg - Friday 19:30, BT Sport Europe
After a disappointing early defat at RB Leipzig, Dortmund have bounced back to form emphatically, netting 17 times in their last three in all competitions, five of which came at Wolfsburg on Tuesday night. Freiburg were less convincing in beating Hamburg as they managed just the one goal, but they won nonetheless as they look to maintain their Bundesliga status this term having returned to the division at the first opportunity.
Dortmund have won 16 of 19 unbeaten home games under Thomas Tuchel, scoring an average of three goals per game, keeping eight clean sheets and leading at the break 11 times. When hosting bottom-five sides they’re W5-D1-L0, and though they kept only two clean sheets three of their wins were still by more than two goals.
While Freiburg have won both their home games this term, they’ve lost twice on the road, at Hertha and Koln. As a result, we can’t see anything other than a big Dortmund win here, so we’re backing them -2 on the Handicap.
The goals are coming from all over the pitch for BVB at the moment, with Euro 2016 winning left-back Raphael Guerreiro netting in his last two appearances in all competitions and also providing three assists as he’s been deployed in the centre of the midfield, so he could be worth taking a chance on him scoring anytime again here.