What a treat with have in store this Tuesday evening, as Borussia Dortmund host reigning Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich in a bid to narrow the gap at the table to just one point.

While a home win would throw the title race wide open, extending an invitation for RB Leipzig to join - currently waiting to be accepted back into the conversation after technical difficulties against Freiburg - an away victory may well be curtains for the challengers to the throne.

There may be no fans in the stadium but the latest installment of Der Klassiker will be watched by millions all over the world, and we've had a huge 'Request A Bet' priced up by SkyBet to whet the appetite even more!

Six individual outcomes built into one 200/1 shot that should be impossible to overlook!

Robert Lewandowski to score

Besides the fact that he seemingly always does anyway, the Poland international just loves facing his former club. Picking up where he left off with goals in back-to-back games since the restart, the Bayern hitman has now racked up 27 in the Bundesliga alone this season and has found the net in each of his last six league outings against Dortmund, at an average of two per game in that time.

Borussia Dortmund to win or draw

While it's difficult to see beyond their old striker having his say once again, Dortmund are a big price to win this one, with the absence of the famous 'Yellow Wall' playing perhaps an overstated part in the odds swing in Bayern's favour. Yes the hosts will miss their home fans, but they are unbeaten at the Westfalenstadion in all competitions this season, scoring 19 and conceding just one in their five league matches at home since the turn of the year.

Achraf Hakimi 2+ total shots

After an impressive debut campaign on loan at Dortmund, Hakimi has endured the opposite of second season syndrome. The young Moroccan has excelled when pushed forward in particular and will surely pose problems to the excellent but attack-minded Alphonso Davies. Of Hakimi's 29 Bundesliga shots this season, 20 have come at home and he's mustered two or more in five of his last six league matches on Dortmund territory.

Raphael Guerreiro 1+ shot on target

On the scoresheet in both matches since the return to action, Guerreiro is in red hot form and the balance that Dortmund have from their exceptional wing-backs makes them a real handful. Capable of causing damage down either flank, it's the Portuguese that has caused the most for BVB this month. He's now fired off 23 shots in ten league starts at home, hitting the target with ten of those, testing the keeper with seven in five home matches since the turn of the year.

Emre Can and Joshua Kimmich to be carded

This promises to be a fierce midfield battle between two players that are often vying for the same spot in the German national team. That spot is undoubtedly Kimmich's as things stand so Can will be keen to prove a point having impressed since returning to his homeland from Juventus in January.

The former Bayern youngster is a feisty competitor and has been booked four times and sent off once across just 926 minutes of action in the league and Champions League this season. Meanwhile, Kimmich may be carrying the defensive burden in the Bayern midfield on his own should Thiago not recover from injury, and he has been booked six times this season, while amassing more yellow cards against Dortmund (four) than any other side in his career.