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Nuremberg, officially "1. FC Nürnberg," are based in the city of Nuremberg in the southern German state of Bavaria. The club has a rich tradition, but most of its major achievements lie in the distant past.
Nuremberg were relegated to the second division at the end of 2018-19, meaning their most recent spell in the Bundesliga lasted all of one season. The last time they won anything of note was in 2003-04, when they won the second divivision. They have been German champions nine times, but only once in the Bundesliga era (1967-69). They also have four German Cup titles to their name, the last having come in 2007.
This was supposed to be the game that saw Bayern Munich move to the edge of glory. Instead, they had to settle for a point in Nuremberg after a pulsating contest - but it could have been much worse for the champions.
Borussia Dortmund's poor recent form continued as they could only draw 0-0 with bottom-placed Nuremberg in the Bundesliga. It leaves them just three points clear of title rivals Bayern Munich and winless in five matches.
Second season syndrome is well and truly kicking in for Domenico Tedesco's Schalke. The Royal Blues have scored at less than a goal a game and are missing two forwards, but will leaky Nuremberg prove ideal opponents?