1. FC KÖLN - BORUSSIA DORTMUND Sunday, 17 January 2010, 5:30 PM CET (RheinEnergieStadion) 1. FC Köln (Cologne) Projected Starting Lineup: Mondragon - Brecko, Geromel, Mohamad, Wome - Pezzoni - Petit, Maniche - Chihi, Novakovic, Podolski 1. FC Köln Projected Substitutes: Kessler - Matip, Freis, Ishiaku, Brosinski, Schorch, Yalcin, Ehret, McKenna, Zielinsky Questionable For 1. FC Köln: Podolski (Back Problems), Pezzoni (Flu) Out For 1. FC Köln: Sanou (African Cup of Nations), Matuschyk (International Duty) Borussia Dortmund Projected Starting Lineup: Weidenfeller - Owomoyela, Subotic, Hummels, Schmelzer - Bender, Sahin - Kuba, Valdez, Großkreutz - Barrios Borussia Dortmund Projected Substitutes: Ziegler - Koch, Dede, Santana, Hornschuh, Götze, Ginczek, Stiepermann Questionable For Borussia Dortmund: Barrios (Thigh Muscle Hardening), Bender (Knee Problems), Hummels (Groin Problems) Out For Borussia Dortmund: Kehl (Fitness Training in USA), Zidan (Africa Cup of Nationas), Hajnal (Recovering From Ankle Surgery), Feulner (Knee), Rangelov (Broken Foot), Le Tallec, Tinga (At BVB II Training Camp), Öztekin (Hairline Fracture Of Shin) Referee: Florian Meyer (Burgdorf): BVB's all-time Bundesliga record under Meyer is slightly positive with seven victories, eight draws and six defeats. Since the projections above, one of Köln's important players, central defender Pedro Geromel, will miss the match with bronchitis. Former captain and Canadian international Kevin McKenna will probably take his place. Lukas Podolski had some back problems, but last word was he will play. As shown above, for BVB, Mats Hummels, Sven Bender and Lucas Barrios have all be listed as questionable, but are expected to play. BVB's all-time Bundesliga record in Köln is negative with eight victories, nine draws and nineteen defeats. However, six of those eight victories have come within the last twelve matches in Köln. Exactly half of BVB's eight all-time victories in Köln have come within the last nine matches there. In those twelve matches, BVB has six victories, three draws and three defeats. BVB won last season's matchup in Köln 1-0 on a 65th minute Florian Kringe goal.