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It's tight at the top with only two points separating the top three. After a comfy break, second- and third-placed Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig look to recoup the points they dropped ahead of the break, while Dortmund return to keep their title challenge alive.
As the Bundesliga heads into the year-end break, it's tight at the top of the table. Leverkusen will want to stay on top as they clash with current champs Bayern Munich, while Dortmund will hope for a new impetus to ensure they don't drift any further.
The big story of the week: Dortmund part ways with Lucien Favre - but the league marches on. Thanks to a covid-induced late start and the upcoming holidays, we have a midweek round of matches with previews of games that include three of the top four.
Bayern remain on top, while an inconsistent Dortmund looks to get things going again. Bayern's match against Union this weekend could be a high-scoring affair, while Dortmund's hosting of Stuttgart could go the other way given the visitors' record on the road this year.
With domestic leagues giving their players a break, now seems like a good opportunity to take stock of the Champion's League at the mid-way point of the group stage. Not everything has gone to plan. Four teams remain unbeaten - Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Liverpool and Barcelona.
All eyes will be on Der Klassiker as Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich clash at the top of the table. Expect end-to-end stuff and a high-scoring humdinger of a game. If that wasn't enough, fourth- and fifth-placed Leverkusen and Monchengladbach should also produce another goal-fest.