The Bundesliga returns this weekend with Gladbach hosting Leverkusen in a heavyweight tussle.

Gladbach are enjoying a superb season and currently sit third, and could even leapfrog Dortmund if results go in their favour today.

They made a winning return last weekend, easing past Eintracht Frankfurt 3-1.

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But Leverkusen are also in good form having hammered Werder Bremen 4-1, and a win could lift them all the way up to third.

Here’s everything you need to know:

The match kicks off today at 2.30pm GMT.

The match will be broadcast on BT Sport.

Subscribers are also able to stream the game online via the BT Sport website.

Gladbach:

Sommer; Rainer, Ginter, Elvedi, Bensebaini; Neuhaus, Strobl; Plea, Hofmann, Thuram; Embolo

Leverkusen:

Hradecky; Weiser, Tapsoba, Bender, Sinkgraven; Aranguiz, Demirbay; Diaby, Amiri, Wirtz; Havertz

Gladbach: 16/11

Draw: 11/4

Leverkusen: 9/5

We think Gladbach will have just enough to get them over the line here.

Gladbach 2-1 Leverkusen

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