Dortmund and Eintracht played 87 Bundesliga matches since 1963 already - check out the facts and figures.


  • Eintracht won 3 of the last 5 encounters v Borussia (W3, L2). Both recent wins took place with coach Niko Kovac.
  • The overall record is in favour of Borussia as Eintracht won 30 of 87 league meetings (D16, L41).
  • SGE and Bayern are the only sides to have inflicted two league defeats on Dortmund in the Tuchel era.
  • Dortmund are unbeaten in 34 home league games (W28, D6) – the longest ongoing such run in Europe’s top five leagues.


  • The first leg was a 2-1 home win v BVB in November, Huszti and Seferovic scored SGE's goals.
  • Borussia have 50 points currently – they had 17 more on the board after 28 games of 2015/16. Back then they were second, just one point behind Bayern.
  • Only Bayern conceded fewer goals (15) in 2016/17 than Eintracht (30, like Leipzig).
  • The Eagles recorded the second most clean sheets so far this term (11).
  • Eintracht are on a 9-game winless run (D3, L6) – the longest ongoing streak in the division.


  • Niko Kovac did a traineeship at Borussia, around a year later he joined the Eagles as their head coach.
  • BVB's Sebastian Rode made his first 61 Bundesliga appearances for Eintracht (2 goals).
  • SGE's Vallejo and Hector are close to a suspension (4 bookings each), BVB's Bartra is out with a match ban (and injury).


Bundesliga MD 12: Eintracht Frankfurt - Borussia Dortmund

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