Hamburg v Borussia Dortmund: Bundesliga – live!

Bryan will be here shortly. In the meantime, here’s the latest on the return to action after last week’s attacks in Paris:

Security at Bundesliga matches is under debate in the aftermath of a threat that led government officials to call off a friendly between Germany and Holland.

This weekend’s Bundesliga matches will take place as scheduled but officials acknowledged that the Hannover threat, which came only four days after the wave of attacks in Paris, could affect the league.

Tuesday’s match was called off at short notice as police ordered the evacuation of the Hannover stadium. No explosives were found at the stadium and no arrests were made, but government officials said there was a specific threat that left them no choice but to cancel the game.

“The matches will take place,” said Reinhard Rauball, one of two acting presidents of the German football federation (DFB) and president of Borussia Dortmund.

Dortmund kick off the weekend matches at Hamburg on Friday. Rauball, who is also the German league president, said there were security issues to be resolved.

“My impression is that football in Germany has taken a different turn in every facet as of today,” Rauball said.