Is Dortmund vs Man City on TV tonight? Kick-off time, channel and how to watch Champions League fixture

Edin Terzic will be hoping his side can pull off a victory over City (Getty Images)
Edin Terzic will be hoping his side can pull off a victory over City (Getty Images)

Borussia Dortmund have their work cut out in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie against Manchester City on Wednesday night.

The German club lost their first leg 2-1 in the 90th minute as Phil Foden scored the winner and to overcome the Premier League current table leaders they will have to be on their best form.

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Not only have City rested their best players for the tie to ensure a win, but, after Pep Guardiola’s side lost to Leeds United at the weekend they will be keen to return to their winning ways.

However, Edin Terzic’s men are heading into the match off of a thrilling 3-2 win over VfB Stuttgart in the Bundesliga and so all is to play for.

Here’s everything you need to know about the match.

When is it?

The match will kick off at 8pm GMT on Wednesday, April 14.

How can I watch it?

The fixture will air live on BT Sport 3. Subscribers can also stream the action live on the broadcaster’s website and app.

Confirmed line-ups

Dortmund XI: Hitz, Guerreiro, Hummels, Akanji, Morey, Can, Dahoud, Bellingham, Knauff, Reus, Haaland

Man City XI: Ederson, Walker, Dias, Stones, Zinchenko, Rodrigo, Gundogan, De Bruyne, Mahrez, Bernardo, Foden


Dortmund: 9/2

Draw: 1/8

Man City: 15/8


City could have more firepower with their rested players raring to go and they will want to get their side back to winning ways after they fell to defeat against Leeds United at the weekend. Despite Dortmund having star quality in Haaland, it won’t be enough to overcome the lead City already have. Dortmund 1-3 Manchester City (agg 2-5).

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