The Bundesliga classic Schalke against Dortmund is on today’s Saturday – and can also be seen live in UHD.
Only a victory in the current season and a 9 point gap on the relegation place – as far as the horror record of Bundesliga bottom light Schalke 04. Although 13 games are still to be delivered until the end of the season, but in order not to let the threatened relegation become a certainty beforehand almost a miracle must have happened to the Royal Blues from Gelsenkirchen.
The intimate enemy of the Knappen from Dortmund can also look back on a mixed season 20/21: On the one hand, striker jewel Erling Haaland thrilled with his world-class hits and there are ten wins on the credit side, on the other hand, BVB has already lost eight times in the current season Place. No other Bundesliga team from the top half of the table has suffered so many defeats so far.
It’s about Champions League and relegation
From a Schalke perspective, the Dortmund construction sites are certainly luxury problems. After all, for the black and yellow players it is mainly about the question of whether the actually mandatory participation in the Champions League will fall flat in the coming season, while for Schalke 04 relegation would probably be the highest of feelings.
Before today’s Revierderby in the Ruhr area there are some signs of hope for Dortmund – it was recently announced that the successful coach Marco Rose (currently Borussia Mönchengladbach) is moving to the coaching bench in Signal Iduna Park for the new season. In addition, with a round of 16 away win in Seville, Andalusia, the quarter-finals of the Champions League are already within reach.
Dortmund against Schalke live in UHD on Sky today
So there is a lot going on in today’s Revierderby: Can Schalke make up important points on the relegation place that saved them – or is BVB doing important catching up to be able to be back in the premier class next year? Pay TV channels Sky is broadcasting the game today from 6.30 p.m. (Kick-off time) – and also shows the match in UHD.
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