For the first time in Bundesliga history, a team make five substitutions. Timo Becker replaces Jonjoe Kenny for Schalke.
That's Raphael Guerreiro's hopes of becoming the first Dortmund hat-trick scorer in this fixture since 1966 over.
Dortmund make two changes as Marcel Schmelzer and Mario Gotze replace Raphael Guerreiro and Mahmoud Dahoud.
Good link-up play with Schalke's two British players on the right. Jonjoe Kenny finds Rabbi Matondo, who initially does well to get into the box. The Wales winger tries to take on too many players though and gets himself booked for a foul.
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It's a training session for both teams now. Dortmund have the game wrapped up and Schalke probably just want to avoid conceding more.
Inches away from a fifth for Dortmund as Achraf Hakimi's low cross is just beyond Erling Braut Haaland. Because there's basically no doubt he would have scored that had he reached it.
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Jadon Sancho is on for goalscorer Thorgan Hazard now.
Title contenders RB Leipzig are level in their game as Yussuf Poulsen heads home from Kevin Kampl's cross.
Schalke make their FOURTH substitute as Juan Miranda, on loan from Barcelona, replaces Daniel Caligiuri.
It's a rout now in this mid-table clash.
Dortmund's Lukasz Piszczek is booked and Schalke make a change as Alessandro Schopf replaces Suat Serdar.
Andy Wilson: The most unpopular person is German football has to be the Borussia Mönchengladbach fan who shouts "Gives us a B".
It's disallowed. Felix Uduokhai's header is ruled out for offside.
Or do they...
Augsburg lead through a header.
Three years ago, Dortmund led this game 4-0 and Schalke came back to draw. I really cannot see that happening here.
Josh Earl: Lovely move and a brilliant finish from Guerreiro, a goal that deserved a crowd!