• Dortmund have only lost one of their last 11 games against Gladbach (W7, D3); a 1-0 defeat back in April 2011.
  • Favre’s men have hosted three teams this Bundesliga season and have sent all of them packing empty-handed: Hannover left having lost 3-0, while Bremen and Braunschweig were outplayed in two separate 4-1 victories.
  • Including the last game of the 2012/13 season (a 4-3 defeat to Bayern), Gladbach have scored at least three times in their last four home games in the Bundesliga.
  • Dortmund remain undefeated in the league after their 5-0 win against Freiburg and, with 19 points from seven games, BVB have made the best start to a Bundesliga campaign in their history; they only had 18 points at this stage of their title-winning season in 2010/11.
  • Klopp’s men have won five of their last seven away games in the Bundesliga (D2) and are undefeated since their 2-1 defeat against Schalke on March 9th. BVB have lost only one of their last 18 away games in the Bundesliga (W11, D6).
  • Borussia Mönchengladbach are the second-best tacklers in the league (54.2% of challenges won). Last season, Gladbach won only 50.2% of their tackles.
  • Dortmund have scored in each of their last 31 games. The club’s record stands at 32 consecutive games scored in (April 1995 to March 1996) and is well within reach. FC Bayern München currently have the longest scoring streak in Bundesliga history (44 games).
  • In the 2012/13 season, Marco Reus joined Dortmund from Gladbach for a fee of €17.1 million. Reus made a total of 97 Bundesliga appearances for Gladbach; scoring 36 goals and assisting 20.
  • Newly involved Germany international Max Kruse has picked up where he left off last season. After scoring 11 goals and assisting eight in the 2012/13 campaign, he has already been involved in seven goals (4 goals, 3 assists) after only seven matchdays this season.