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What you need to know ahead of BVB vs Augsburg and BuLi MD 7 games

September 30, 2021 By Michelle Bonsu
Dortmund and Wolfsburg are among the teams looking to get back to winning ways after poor results from matchday six. Here's all you need to know ahead of matchday seven of the 2021/22 Bundesliga season.

Matchday six certainly didn't disappoint as there were plenty of goals scored around the league. RB Leipzig came roaring to life as they crushed Hertha Berlin, while Bayer Leverkusen has slowly crept up the table thanks to wins in four of their last five games.

Elsewhere, Dortmund and Wolfsburg will be both seeking to get back on track after poor results last round, and Eintracht Frankfurt will become the latest side to try to stop the Bayern machine.

Here's all you need to know ahead of matchday seven.

Bundesliga standings heading into matchday seven

Bundesliga games you won't want to miss on matchday seven

Borussia Dortmund vs Augsburg: After losing 1-0 in the Borussen derby and going without a goal for the first time in well over a year, Dortmund will be looking to rebound as they take on Augsburg. Die Schwarzgelben did rebound as they picked up a hard-fought 1-0 win over Sporting CP in the Champions League to ensure that Marco Rose's side are on a two match winning streak, but they'll hope that their Norwegian big man up front will be fully fighting fit for this crunch clash.

Wolfsburg vs Borussia M'gladbach: Wolfsburg are now winless in their last two games, which has seen them slide from top spot into third. It's safe to say that they'll be looking get out of this funk as quickly as possible, but it seems that this bad patch has spilled over into their Champions League campaign, too. Mark van Bommel's side are actually winless in their last four across all comps, including two frustrating draws with Lille and Sevilla in the Champions League. Will they be able to shake off this slump as they welcome a Gladbach side who are aiming to start moving up the table?

RB Leipzig vs Bochum: Last weekend saw Leipzig put six past Hertha Berlin sans reply. That has now doubled their goal output from six to 12, and more significant, it marked the first time Jesse Marsch's side kept a clean sheet in the Bundesliga. Leipzig's joy, unfortunately, was short lived as they fell to a 2-1 loss to Belgian side Club Brugge in the Champions League, meaning that die Roten Bullen are still without a win in that competition. Will they be able to rebound as they take on relegation-threatened Bochum?

Arminia Bielefeld vs Bayer Leverkusen: There's been much buzz lately about Leverkusen, namely due to the performance of youngster Florian Wirtz, who's been breaking records left, right, and center. Last weekend saw the 18-year-old become the youngest player in Bundesliga history to reach 10 goals scored, and he's been directly involved in eight goals (four goals, four assists) so far for die Werkself this season. Leverkusen will come into their match sitting in second spot, three points behind league leaders Bayern, while their upcoming hosts Arminia Bielefeld are still chasing their first win of the season.

Bayern München vs Eintracht Frankfurt: Bayern are starting to pull away from the chasing pack, which doesn't bode well for visiting side Eintracht Frankfurt. Die Adler are still searching for their first win of the season, having drawn five of their last six games and have only picked up five points so far. Will they be able to cause a shock for die Roten, or will Bayern, who cruised to a 5-0 win over Ukrainian outfit Dynamo Kiev midweek, simply brush them aside? Robert Lewandowski notably didn't score in Bayern's recent win over relegation-threatened Greuther Fürth, but he had certainly no problems in finding the back of the net during the rout over Dynamo - which doesn't bode well for the visiting side.

Team news for matchday seven

Here's who's out or in doubt for matchday seven

*All info as of 30 September 2021

Bayern Munich: Benjamin Pavard (suspended), Sven Ulreich (knee injury);  Corentin Tolisso (calf injury), Kingsley Coman (heart operation) 

Borussia Dortmund: Emre Can (thigh injury), Soumaïla Coulibaly (knee injury), Mateu Morey (knee injury), Gio Reyna (thigh injury), Marcel Schmelzer (knee injury), Steffen Tigges (thigh injury), Dan-Axel Zagadou (knee), Mahmoud Dahoud (suspended); Doubtful - Erling Haaland (muscular problems)

Wolfsburg: Bartosz Bialek (knee injury), Paulo Otavio (ankle injury), Xaver Schlager (knee injury), William (knee injury)

RB Leipzig: Marcelo Saracchi (knee injury), Marcel Halstenberg (ankle injury); Dani Olmo (thigh injury)

Borussia Moenchengladbach: Mamadou Doucoure (Achilles' tendon injury), Stefan Lainer (ankle injury), Marcus Thuram (knee injury); Doubtful - Ramy Bensebaini (groin injury)

Bayer Leverkusen: Robert Andrich (suspended), Julian Baumgartlinger (knee injury), Timothy Fosu-Mensah (knee injury), Exequiel Palacios (ankle injury); Doubtful - Odilon Kossounou (thigh injury)

Bundesliga matchday seven fixtures


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