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Bundesliga powerhouse Bayern Munich and archrivals Borussia Dortmund look set to slug it out once again for the German league title when the season starts Friday.With Bayern's six World Cup winners still to hit top form after a long campaign for club and country and their recent return to training, last term's domestic double winners lost their season-opening German Super Cup to Dortmund 2-0 .Newcomer Robert Lewandowski, last season's Bundesliga top scorer, has yet to hit the target in a competitive game for Bayern but the fans are hopeful the Poland striker will give them lots to cheer this season with goals and assists.With winger Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in fine form already, having scored in the Super Cup and the German Cup, Dortmund look set to take the fight to Bayern this season.Winger Marco Reus, who is another Bayern target, and central defender Neven Subotic are back from injuries and playmaker Ilkay Guendogan, who missed the whole of last season with a back problem, also looks to be on track for his Dortmund comeback.
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