Bosz’s side have dropped to fifth in the Bundesliga after a promising season start.
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Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Bosz arrived in Germany at the start of the season pledging attractive, attacking football but his time could run out as soon as Saturday if his side fail to beat bitter rivals Schalke 04 in the Ruhr valley derby.Finalists in 2013, Dortmund must now battle for a spot in the second-tier Europa League.Before that, they have to face Schalke in the most fierce of the country's football rivalries.Schalke, with four wins in five matches, are currently firing on all cylinders, having climbed into second place on 23 points, three ahead of Dortmund, with Bayern top on 29 .
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