Champions League news: Dortmund coach to select a 'good team' against Copenhagen

Borussia Dortmund head coach Edin Terzic will field a strong team in the Champions League game against FC Copenhagen even though it's a dead rubber.

The Bundesliga outfit have already secured their place in the knockout stages by placing second in Group G, three points behind Manchester City and three clear of Sevilla.

Terzic is currently dealing with somewhat of an injury crisis, as Marco Reus, Raphael Guerreiro, Tom Rothe, Mahmoud Dahoud, Sebastian Haller, Thomas Meunier, and Mateu Morey are all sidelined.

Aside from the injured players, Terzic made it clear that he will try to select a strong team to take on Copenhagen on Wednesday night.

"We want to maintain our rhythm, stick with the things that have worked well and improve the things that aren't quite as good as we'd like," said Terzic, as quoted by the official Dortmund website.

"There are various factors that will play into which line-up we decide on. We will put out a good team."

He added: "We travelled with quite a small group and would have liked it to be bigger. Everyone on the pitch tomorrow absolutely deserves to be there.

"We're looking forward to featuring one or two who haven't played much recently."

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