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Bundesliga Saturday Accumulator: Borussia Dortmund eye summit in 15/1 four-fold

There are five Bundesliga matches taking place on Saturday as the title race intensifies heading into the business end of the campaign, with Borussia Dortmund in action against Cologne.

Dortmund are looking to end the ten-year domination of the league by Bayern Munich and are currently the closest challengers, sitting two points adrift of Julian Nagelsmann's side going into their 25th game of the season.

They take on a Cologne side who have been in poor form as of late, but look to have enough in the tank to keep them away from the relegation battle.

Elsewhere, bottom club Hoffenheim are in danger of losing the top-flight status they have held since 2008 and they face a similarly struggling Hertha Berlin with only two points separating the teams.

Struggling Stuttgart take on Wolfsburg, while third-placed RB Leipzig are away at Vfl Bochum.

Saturday's four-fold acca:

Our Bundesliga four-fold selection is priced up at 15/1

Borussia Dortmund to beat Cologne @ 9/20
Hoffenheim to beat Hertha Berlin @ 11/10
RB Leipzig to beat Bochum @ 11/20
Stuttgart and Wolfsburg to draw @ 12/5

Odds correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

Dortmund set to hit the top

WhatBorussia Dortmund v Cologne
When17:30, Saturday 18th March
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights,  Sky Sports Football
OddsBorussia Dortmund 9/20, Draw 15/4, Cologne 11/2

A win for Dortmund against Cologne would temporarily put them top of the table with Bayern Munich not playing until Sunday, and they come into this match as strong favourites.

They have been exemplary at home this season taking a total of 28 points from 11 home games, their sole defeat at the Westfalenstadion coming against Werder Bremen near the beginning of the season.

A draw at Mainz last time ended a run of eight straight wins for Edin Terzic's side and that is why they're not top right now, but, they are certainly in fine fettle.

Cologne's form has dipped of late, not winning any of their last four matches and, while they did beat Dortmund 3-2 in the reverse fixture, they have won once away from home in the league all season.

Hoffenheim out to end bad run

WhatHoffenheim v Hertha Berlin
When14:30, Saturday 18th March
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsHoffenheim 21/20, Draw 5/2, Hertha Berlin 5/2

This season has been a huge struggle for Hoffenheim and, despite playing European football for much of the last decade, they could be in danger of going down to 2 Bundesliga.

Currently, they are on a losing streak of seven games and they have only taken one point in their last 12 fixtures.

That run has led to a change in the dugout with Pellegrino Materazzo waiting for his first win as boss, but this could be the one against Hertha Berlin who are finding this season tough themselves.

Sandro Schwarz's men have been competent at home but on the road, they have found things tough, winning away only once all season. while Hoffenheim have lost only one home meeting since 2013.

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Leipzig hope to keep in touch

WhatBochum v RB Leipzig
WhereVonovia Ruhrstadion
When14:30, Saturday 18th March
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsBochum 9/2, Draw 10/3, RB Leipzig 11/20

While the Bundesliga title race looks like a two-horse race right now, RB Leipzig will be hoping to keep themselves in contention if they can get a win away at Bochum.

They will be hurting following their 7-0 Champions League annihilation at the hands of Manchester City during the week and this is the perfect opportunity to get themselves back on track.

League-wise, four of Leipzig's five losses this season have come away from home, so they do need to try and sort out these travelling vulnerabilities.

Bochum are in poor form themselves, though, and have lost six of their last eight matches as they sit 14th in the table, two points above the relegation play-offs.

Nothing to separate Stuttgart and Wolfsburg

WhatStuttgart v Wolfsburg
WhereMercedes-Benz Arena
When14:30, Saturday 18th March
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsStuttgart 11/8, Draw 12/5, Wolfsburg 19/10

While there are eight places between these two sides, Stuttgart and Wolfsburg could play out a very close-fought contest with neither in particularly good form.

The hosts have won four times on their own patch this season, with no victories away, but only one of those victories has come in the last four home games.

Wolfsburg have managed just one win from seven games, but their away form this season has been better than at home - picking up 18 points compared to 17.

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