Klopp said that he would make his players alert to Gladbach's threat on the counter and their ability from set pieces.
"I'm sure [Gladbach coach] Lucien Favre's neither expecting Mats Hummels nor Neven Subotic to play up front," he told the club's official website.
"His teams defend in a certain way. They drop deeper and try to catch you on the counter-attack. And their set plays are a real weapon; you can't hand a player like Juan Arango too many opportunities."
Dortmund look likely to lose their Bundesliga crown to Bayern Munich as they are 15 points behind them.