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'Nervous' Jurgen Klopp Hopes For 'Massive' Borussia Dortmund Title Win

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admitted on Friday to being "a bit nervous" ahead of his former side Borussia Dortmund's title-deciding match on Saturday.

Currently two points clear of second-placed Bayern Munich at the top of the Bundesliga, Dortmund will lift the title if they win at home against Mainz.

Dortmund have not won the title since 2011-12, when Klopp was in the Westfalen Stadium dugout. Asked if he was following the title race in Germany, Klopp told reporters in Liverpool "yes, I'm not dead, I'm alive." "I'm a bit nervous to be honest" the 55-year-old German admitted, saying there were "ups and downs, (but) it looks like they can do it." Dortmund can still lift the title without a victory on Saturday, provided they equal or better Bayern's result away at Cologne, with all games kicking off at the same time.

Bayern have won the last ten German titles since Klopp took Dortmund to the championship and the manager said he hoped for change at the top. "I can imagine Bayern see it differently but it's not fun if the same team always becomes the champion and we all know Bayern will strike back next year anyway. "Nobody thinks they have done it already.

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