Dortmund have the opportunity to retake top spot from Bayern Munich by beating Hertha Berlin at their Westfalenstadion ground and keep up their 100% record.
The Black and Yellows have had a fantastic start to the new campaign, especially Marco Reus who has hit back from his injury-hit 2014/15 campaign to score five times already, including a hat-trick mid-week against Odd in a 7-2 win for the German side.
Their recent record against Hertha is rather patchy. In the last seven encounters between the two sides, they have each won three games apiece, drawing once.
However, with those results recorded under the now departed Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel will hope his side can entertain the home crowd with a win before the international break.
Team sheets below: