Friday night’s football game is more of a traditional look at it. The German Bundesliga as well as the French Ligue Un both returned last weekend, and we’ve got two mouthwatering games in each league.

In Spain, the La Liga starts back again with Osasuna playing Sevilla at home, and in the Championship there are two teams who were relegated playing each other when Watford faces Burnley in the Vicarage Road stadium.

Freiburg was unable to win their first DFB Pokal game against Kaiserslautern but beat them during Extra Time and defeated Augsburg with a score of 0-4 in their debut Bundesliga game on Saturday.

Dortmund defeated opponents Bayer Leverkusen 1-0 in their first Bundesliga match of the season. They also took the victory in their Cup match by beating 1860 Munich 0-3.

Dortmund scored 85 goals during the season however they it signed three centre forwards in the course of the transfer window: Ajax’s Sebastian Haller, Cologne’s Anthony Modeste and the RB of Salzburg’s Karim Adeyemi.

Modeste and Adeyemi will take on the scoring responsibilities until Haller is back, having been diagnosed with testicular cancer shortly after signing with BVB.

The team should be successful as well; Modeste scored 50 goals in 113 games for FC Cologne while youngster Adeyemi scored 26 goals over 35 league matches for Salzburg in the past two seasons. He also scored five Champions League goals over his two seasons in Austria.

The hosts have always put up an impressive fight whenever Dortmund arrive in town They’ve won one in their last five games here, taking two victories and drawing the other two. Overs being involved in four of those matches and they were impressive in their opening day’s 0-4 defeat of Augsburg.

Both teams enter this match with plenty of new players at their disposal and are both aiming for victory here. Both Teams to score and more than 2.5 Goals will be a great option for this match.