After picking up a huge three points away two weeks ago at Arsenal, Dortmund has home field advantage today and is the considerable favourite to win again.
Borussia Dortmund went on the road to London and delivered a vital a three points that saw the northwestern German club move into a three way tie with Napoli and Arsenal atop Group F. with six points from three matches.
Today, Dortmund can be taken at 1.70 at William Hill to repeat its winning ways, and - with Arsenal missing influential playmaker Jack Wilshire due to injury the home win - is the most likely option to in the 1x2 market.
Dortmund has never lost to an English side at home and has won seven straight Champions League games at Signal Iduna Park. The Germans are also riding a four-game winning streak in all competitions, including a 6-1 demolision of Stuttgart on the weekend. Add to that the fact they have won all eight games at home this season, and you'd be hard pressed to go against last year's finalists.
The draw result comes in at 3.75 right now, with the draw/Dortmund result coming in at 4.80 - the latter of which cracked last game.
Arsenal is listed at 4.75 to win outright, and it would not be a far-fetched pick had Wilshire been in the lineup. The Gunners' excellent performance in the knockout stage last year, when they traveled to the Allianz Arena and beat eventual champions Bayern Munich, was a masterclass effort and showed they could hang with the best.
Still, Dortmund is at a different level at home and should emerge victors here.
For some additional value, take a look at the Dortmund win with both teams to score at 3.00, as well as the Lewandowski to score in the game at 1.91. He scored a hat trick on the weekend in domestic play and is averaging one per game in this competition.