Borussia Dortmund are unbeaten in eight Bundesliga matches in Freiburg, taking 22 out of a possible 24 points and not conceding a single goal away to the Breisgau club in the past six seasons! BVB have never been on a longer unbeaten run away to a Bundesliga club! Here are the facts on Saturday's match in Freiburg.
- BVB are currently unbeaten against SCF in 16 Bundesliga matches. It is their joint-longest unbeaten run against a top-flight team, equalling their 16 successive games without defeat against Nuremberg between 1992 and 2007. That means a win or a draw at the weekend will set a new club record.
- Freiburg have only picked up two points during that period, scoring seven goals and conceding 46. Only Bayern (26 wins) have beaten the Breisgau club more often than Dortmund (25). SCF have won just three of their 38 previous Bundesliga meetings with BVB.
- Dortmund have a better overall record against Freiburg than they do against any other current Bundesliga club. Marco Reus has been involved in at least one goal on each of the last seven occasions he has faced Freiburg (five goals, seven assists).
SC Freiburg facts
- Freiburg have lost only one of their last seven Bundesliga games – a 2-1 home loss to 1. FC Cologne on 31 August 2019. Streich's charges have amassed 13 points from the first six rounds of matches this term, which is almost twice as many as they had at the same stage last season and a new club record too.
- No team has racked up more victories than Freiburg (four).
- Freiburg have only failed to score in one of their last 10 matches – but have kept just one clean sheet in their past 12 games.
Borussia Dortmund facts
- Dortmund have lost only one of their last nine matches – a 3-1 defeat away to Union Berlin on 31 August 2019. That was the only time BVB have been beaten in their last six matches on the road.
- The Black & Yellows have netted at least once in each of their previous 12 Bundesliga games.
- Games involving Borussia Dortmund have produced the most goals in the division this season (26).