Borussia Dortmund travel to the Sinobo Stadium in Prague ahead of their Wednesday night game against opponents Slavia Praha. This is the first time the clubs will meet in their history.

Group F is currently wide open with all of the teams drawing in the first round of fixtures.

Dortmund have failed to win since their draw in the last match day, they picked up a 2-2 draw away at Frankfurt and another 2-2 draw at home to Bremen – they currently sit eighth in the table.

They are however only three points off Bayern Munich, who currently sit top of the Bundesliga table.

Slavia Praha have won all three of their games since the shock draw at the San Siro, they will however feel disappointed after conceding a goal in the last minute of extra time to Inter in what would’ve been the shock result of the season.

They have managed to score 12 goals in their last three fixtures while claiming three clean sheets which sees them sit comfortably on top of the Czech First League.

Dortmund are set to be without Mats Hummels, who missed the Bremen game last weekend with a back injury and Nico Schulz, who is still battling to gain fitness after his injury at the start of September.

Slavia Praha are without their midfield general Ibrahim Traore after missing the last three games due to an ankle injury.

Borussia Dortmund’s player to watch Jadon Sancho has scored four goals and picked up an impressive six assists so far this season, the skilful English-born winger will be looking to beat the defence with his close control and burst of pace.

Slavia Praha’s player to watch Ondrej Kolar has managed to keep 10 clean sheets in the 12 games that he has played in all competitions this season.

Will Dortmund carry on their impressive unbeaten run or will Slavia Praha make another shock result this season?