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Bundesliga Cashback: Claim up to €50 if the Revierderby Ends 0:0

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Promo TypeCash Back/Insurance Bonus
PromoUp to €50 Cashback
Wagering Requirements3x (odds: 1.50 (1/2) or higher)
Valid UntilOctober 29, 2016
Accepted CountriesAustria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland

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Dortmund have performed brilliantly in the initial stages of the new Bundesliga campaign, but in recent games they’ve blundered, succumbing to  two draws and one defeat in the last five matches. At the moment, they sit in sixth position on the table with 14 points form the first eight rounds, while Gotze’s former club Bayern Munich are once again top of the table with a massive 20 points from a possible 24.

But the good news for Dortmund is that Schalke has underperformed since the season began; they’re currently in 14th spot with only 7 points to their name. On the road, the Royal Blues haven’t won a single game, with all of their encounters ending in three losses and one draw. This is perfect opportunity for BVB to get back to the top of the table – they would get a victory over one of their biggest rivals and it could bring back the winning form they enjoyed at the start of the season, making it essentially a double win.

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H 1.54 (27/50) D 4.33 (10/3) A 5.32 (108/25)

Mario Gotze will be looking to play in his first Revierderby since his return to Dortmund from fierce rivals Bayern Munich, where he spent the previous three seasons plying his trade at. However, with a plethora of midfield talent in the squad, the former prodigy will have impress BVB boss Thomas Tuchel to pick him for the starting line-up ahead of the likes of Emre Mor, Sebastian Rode, Julian Weigl and others

Gotze recently commented on Dortmund’s last game against Ingolstadt which saw them fight back from a deficit to finish the game with a 3-3 draw, but he stressed the comeback prepared them for the match against their rivals Schalke on Saturday.

“For us it’s important that we threw everything into today’s match towards the end. With today’s win we can head into Saturday’s match with confidence,” said the 24-year-old, who scored the winning goal in extra-time of the 2014 World Cup to hand Germany their fourth title

“It’s an important game and we will do everything to come away as winners.”

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Mark-Antonio Zivic used to be a professional footballer that won a record six Champions League medals... but decided to quit the game in his prime, believing he was better than both Ronaldo and Messi. Now he spends his time brainstorming ideas for Betting Herald, before he ventures into Hollywood movies, rubbing shoulders with Daniel Day-Lewis and Sofia Vergara.