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Read more about sharing. Dortmund finished second in the Bundesliga but have won the German Super Cup this season It has been seven years since a team other than Bayern Munich has won the Bundesliga but the German giants could be set to see their domestic dominance come under threat this season.
Bayern kick off the new campaign on Friday night against Hertha Berlin. But they struggled to strengthen as much as they would have hoped in the transfer market while their title rivals Borussia Dortmund appear to have bought wisely.
Meanwhile, former Huddersfield manager David Wagner will hope to rejuvenate a Schalke side that has lost its way in recent times, while all eyes will be on Paderborn after their "miracle return" to the top flight.
BBC Sport takes a look at some of things to watch out for in this season's Bundesliga.
Dortmund won back-to-back titles in and but since then top spot has belonged to Bayern Munich. However, Lucien Favre's side pushed Bayern close last season, taking the title battle to the final game having at one stage been nine points clear.
And they have already beaten Bayern to win the German Super Cup this month.
Dortmund got their transfer business completed early over the summer, bringing back defender Mats Hummels from Bayern and Germany full-back Nico Schulz from Hoffenheim to shore up a defence that was prone to letting in costly late goals last season. At the start of last season it was all about rebuilding.
The year-old was the top assist maker in the Bundesliga with 14 and, according to Rhind-Tutt, he is undoubtedly the star player in the Dortmund team.
Bayern Munich spent the summer pursuing Manchester City forward Leroy Sane, who was seen as the club's number one target to fill the void left by Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery.
However, an injury for Sane scuppered that move and leaves Bayern still looking to bring in a marquee signing before the German transfer window closes on 2 September. Rhind-Tutt added: "Bayern only lost four games last season but, given the fact they have not made that star signing they wanted to, I think they may have a slightly more tough time of it or, more accurately, their coach Niko Kovac might have a tough time of it.
David Wagner left Huddersfield in January Schalke appointed former Huddersfield boss David Wagner in the summer and the year-old German is immediately under pressure to turn things around for the perennial under-achievers.
The club won the Uefa Cup in when Wagner was part of the squad but have had little success since then.
They were runners-up in the Bundesliga two seasons ago but finished 14th in The year-old had a successful spell on loan at the club in the season, scoring five goals in 11 league games and will be hoping to kick on in his first full season as a permanent player.
Lookman's former Everton team-mate Jonjoe Kenny was signed on loan by Wagner for Schalke in the summer and is set to be his new manager's first-choice right-back. Climbing from amateur football to the Bundesliga summit in a decade, a crushing three successive relegations sent the German club spiralling down - before making their return to the top flight via a huge slice of luck inspired one of football's most intriguing tales.
They face Bayer Leverkusen in the German top flight on Saturday and you can read more about their story here. Share this page.