Currently leading Group D, Borussia Dortmund are in a position that very few could have predicted at the start of the competion. Looking impressive in all three group games as they took seven points, beating both Ajax and Real at the Signal Iduna while drawing with Manchester City at the Etihad in a game they dominated. 

The final three group games could prove to pivotal for Jurgen Klopp's men, with two away games in Madrid and Amesterdam to come. As impressive as the 2-1 home win over Real was, it is difficult to see them beating them at the Bernabeu. However, it is achieveable, Real are not the record breaking side they were last season. As they lack the flow and edge that made them such a great side, they may be getting results in La Liga but their certainly not playing to last season's par. 

Real Madrid do look like a catastrophe waiting to happen, reported fall outs between Mourinho and a some of his players including Casillas and Ramos has suggested he's losing the dressing room. Also added with Ronaldo's trouble's, it's not making for a happy camp in the Spanish capital. Perhaps, the yellow army from the Germany could strike the famous whites again.