Jurgen Klopp’s side know a win is vital against Freiburg to keep up their feint Bundesliga title hopes.
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Second-placed Dortmund are home to Freiburg looking to bounce back from their Ruhr derby defeat at neighbours Schalke last weekend.
Poland striker Robert Lewandowski is on the verge of a new club record having scored in each of his last seven league games to equal the record set by Germany’s Timo Konietzka in 1964/65.
Captain Sebastian Kehl is out with broken ribs, while Sven Bender has flu, meaning ex-Liverpool midfielder Nuri Sahin is likely to partner Ilkay Gundogan in the defensive midfield.
Champions League quarter-finalists Dortmund can expect to be without Mats Hummels for several weeks after the centre-back tore ankle ligaments.
Freiburg, who are eighth and challenging for a European place, will be without influential Congo midfielder Cedrick Makiadi, who has damaged knee ligaments.
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