• Dortmund and Nürnberg have met 63 times in the Bundesliga. BVB have the better record, having won 31 games and lost just 13 (D18) with a goal difference of 105-67.
  • Nürnberg have won just one of their last 26 games against Dortmund (D9, L16) and that was nearly six years ago (2-0 at home in November 2007).
  • In the last six games against Dortmund, FCN have lost five times without scoring (one 1-1 draw).
  • Dortmund had never started a season with five wins before. Only seven teams in the history of the Bundesliga have started a season with six wins, four of whom went on to be champions.
  • Nürnberg have failed to win any of their six competitive games so far this season (D4, L2) – their last win came against Bremen (3-2) on matchday 34 of the 2012/13 season.
  • BVB have lost just one of their last 17 away games in the Bundesliga (W11, D5), losing 2-1 to archrivals Schalke on March 9th.
  • Nürnberg haven't kept a clean sheet in their last 13 Bundesliga games, conversley Dortmund have scored in their last 29 top-flight games.
  • If Dortmund do score against FCN, that would mean 24 consecutive away games with a goal – the second-longest run in Bundesliga history (HSV, 27 games between 1981-1983).
  • Dortmund have been given only two yellow cards this season (league low). Nürnberg have seen the most this season (16, the same as Hannover).
  • As a manager, Jürgen Klopp has won more games against Nürnberg (10) than against any other team. At Dortmund, he has won seven of their eight encounters (D1).
  • Marco Reus has been involved in a league high 43 shots so far this season (21 shots, 22 shot assists). The entire Nürnberg team have had 44 shots, only SC Freiburg have had fewer (41).
  • Dortmund's new signing Aubameyang (5 goals, 1 assist) and Mkhitaryan (3 goals, 1 assist) have been directly involved in 60% of Dortmund's 15 Bundesliga goals.
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