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Wolfsburg vs Dortmund LIVE build-up: FREE live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for Bundesliga meeting

DORTMUND continue their Bundesliga title challenge with a trip to Wolfsburg today.

Lucian Favre's side are in great form after sweeping aside local rivals Schalke in a 4-0 win as German football returned last weekend from coronavirus suspension.

But second-placed Dortmund could have a harder time today when they take on Wolfsburg - who are sixth - in an empty Volkswagen Arena at 2:30pm.

Follow ALL of the latest build-up below...

Dortmund's last match

That result had for a time closed them to within a point of Bayern Munich, but the defending champions stretched their title advantage to 4 points with victory over Union Berlin on Sunday.

Wolfsburg were in good form before Covid-19 struck and picked up where they left off on the re-opening weekend, overcoming relegation-threatened Augsburg 2-1.

When is Wolfsburg vs Dortmund?

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

How can I watch for free?

Saturday is set to be a packed football feast from Germany, with BT Sport showing all four games broadcast at 2.30pm.

If you're an EE phone customer, you can watch all of them for FREE - and the rest of the season.

Simply text SPORT to 150 for a three-month BT Sport mobile trial, which includes the ability to cast to your TV.

What is the team news?

Both Yannick Gerhardt and club captain Josuha Guilavogui are out for the hosts through injury.

While Daniel Ginczek, who scored the late winner at Augsburg, may make way for the returning Wout Weghorst.

Jadon Sancho looks to have shaken off a lingering groin problem and is set to start.

While Marco Reus looks set to miss the remainder of the season for BVB.

Match odds

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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