Lineups: Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Borussia Dortmund who is playing?

Lineups: Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Borussia Dortmund who is playing? 

Rueter by Ruetir

November 11, 2022 

 Borussia Mönchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund face each other on Friday evening (kick-off 20:30) at the start of the fifteenth matchday. Both clubs needed to adjust to the loss during the week. While the Foals lost 2-1 in Bochum, BVB lost 2-0 at VfL Wolfsburg.

Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Borussia Dortmund  who is playing? Ruetir by Ruetir  November 11, 2022

“We have to be sure that specifically, the early stages have been quite inconsistent of late,” Daniel Farke made sense during a question-and-answer session on Thursday night. “In Bochum, I did not agree with the basic phase in any way.” In the penultimate table, his group was losing 2:0 at that moment after twelve minutes of play. “In addition, young men are independent and have been disappointed. The problem is now perceived and collapsed,” Hütter’s replacement said. “Currently, it is urgent to mediate reliably.”

Sommer and Sippel are excluded for now – the request has been tested positively

Despite the long-term injuries of Hannes Wolf (shoulder injury) and Florian Neuhaus (ruptured mid-cruciate tendon), two goalkeepers Yann Sommer (ruptured calf tendon) and Tobias Sippel (adductor tendonitis) are also injured in the last home round. year. Alassane Supplication is also impossible after testing positive for the coronavirus.

There are also question marks behind Patrick Herrmann and Tony Jantschke. “Patrick is problematic right now because he’s showing the side effects of a cold,” Farke said. “Tony hasn’t had a chance to prepare with the group yet. We’ll have to wait for his final briefing.” Ko Itakura returned to the crew after recovering from a knee injury.

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TW: Jan Olschowsky – With Sommer and Sippel still missing, the 20-year-old, who made his Bundesliga debut at Bochum, will be between the posts in the future. RV: Joe Scally – no wonder the young American should play at right-back. IV: Marvin Friedrich – No progressions are standard in Focal Alert. The former Berliner starts in the spotlight again on the right. IV: Nico Elvedi – “Nico certainly didn’t start very well in Bochum. But that won’t hold him back either,” said Farke. “We understand what we have in him. LV: Ramy Bensebaini – The Algerian completed the last four worldwide. ZM: Julian Weigl – The new marking from Lisbon has been endlessly waiting for a ticket to the World Cup.

ZM: Manu Kone – According to Game Bild data, the 21-year-old midfielder is set to be sold next summer.

RA: Jonas Hofmann – Unlike Weigl, the ex-Dortmunder was assigned to the World Cup. “It’s decent when a player from our club can play for a public group at the World Cup,” said brandishing boss Roland Virkus.

OM: Christoph Kramer – “It’s not an exemplary top ten as you might imagine. What Chris generally brings, regardless, is extraordinary running power,” Farke applauded the title holder. “He was a decent expansion to our enemies.

LA: Lars Stindl – On the left wing, the skipper moves into the starting formation for the request.

MS: Marcus Thuram – The Foals’ top scorer has his place at the heart of the attack.

Borussia Mönchengladbach: Expected game framework against Dortmund

Olschowsky – Scally, Friedrich, Elvedi, Bensebaini – Weigl, Koné – Hofmann, Kramer, Stindl – Thuram

“The few years have shown that matches against Mönchengladbach, especially away from home, are difficult from our point of view,” said Edin Terzic in an interview with the public. In any case, these were extremely close and hard-fought games. “After Tuesday’s loss, they will show an alternative face tomorrow, similar to us,” the BVB mentor. “It’s going to be about putting on a great presentation all the time and doing whatever your body brings to the table to be successful.”

Reus is still out

In addition, captain Marco Reus is out of the last aggressive round of the year with a lower leg problem. “Marco and I fought daily, yet he is still in agony. He cannot move as he would like,” said Terzic.

Despite Reus, Thomas Meunier (fractured cheekbone), Marius Wolf (contamination imbalance), Sebastien Haller (cancer infection), Mateu Morey (knee injury), Tom Rothe (knee sprain), Mo Dahoud and Jamie Bynoe-Gittens ( how the preparation of a filling after a shoulder injury) cannot be removed.

TW: Gregor Kobel – to no one’s surprise, the ex-Stuttgarter is dark and yellow at the finish.

RV: Niklas Süle – The line-up of the back four should remain unchanged. In this situation, Süle takes control of the right half of the defense.

IV: Mats Hummels – Qatar’s 2014 title holders were not called up for the final. “Mats is extremely depressed because his main goal was the World Cup,” Terzic said. “Still, we’re sure he’ll give us a great game tomorrow.”

IV: Nico Schlotterbeck – The place near Hummels is held for the new marking from Freiburg.

LV: Raphael Guerreiro – The Portuguese world is to play at left-back.

ZM: Salih Ozcan – Emre Can like Özcan again in midfield.

ZM: Jude Bellingham – The 19-year-old is the main legionnaire in the British Reality Cup crew.

RA: Gio Reyna – The teenager should return to the starting XI after his joker at Wolfsburg. Karim Adeyemi must back down if Reyna were to run as a conservative.

About: Julian Brandt – The forward midfielder is one of five BVB professionals heading to Qatar with the DFB squad.

LA: Donyell Malen – The Dutchman could be replaced by Thorgan Peril or Reyna, barring 19-year-old Tory starting.

MS: Youssoufa Moukoko – The youngster was also prepared to expect a ticket to the World Cup.

Borussia Dortmund: Expected game framework against Gladbach

Kobel – Süle, Hummels, Schlotterbeck, Guerreiro – Özcan, Bellingham – Reyna, Brandt, Malen – Moukoko

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