How Can Dortmund Keep Applying The Pressure?

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On the latest episode of the Bundesliga Connection, DW Sports' Kres Harrington discusses the title race and how Borussia Dortmund can keep applying pressure on table-toppers Bayern Munich, and breaks down the UEFA Champions League match-ups, with the Bavarians set to face PSG and BVB taking on Chelsea. Only on the #SLPodcast!

With the Bundesliga title race heating up, can Dortmund keep applying pressure on Bayern? Find out more by clicking on the podcast player below!

The Bundesliga title race is heating up, with the top two teams sitting on 49 points, only being separated by goal difference (GD).

It is no secret that Bayern are leading the league, having scored a whopping 66 goals in 23 matches. With a goal difference of 44, they sit above second-placed Dortmund, leading them by a GD difference of 25.

The Bavarian giants will be worried, though, about the charge BVB see themselves on and Dortmund will be confident they can overtake their bitter rivals and end their 10 straight league titles run to reclaim the crown for the first time since the 2011/12 season.

European football continues, meanwhile, with scintillating fixtures being the talking point.

Dortmund will face off against Chelsea in London on Tuesday night, with the Blues having it all to play for after BVB emerged victorious 1-0 from the first leg.

Bayern will welcomes Paris Saint-Germain to the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, where the Parisians need to overcome a 1-0 aggregate deficit.

To listen to the full discussion, click on the podcast player above or find it on your favourite podcast player.

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