Dortmund vs PSG − Where and when to watch tonight’s Champions League clash
The Champions League is back! And we’ve got a couple of cracking fixtures to look forward to tonight. On this side we’ve got good vs evil. Jedi vs Sith. Dortmund vs PSG. Everyone’s second favourite team takes on the club everyone loves to hate at the at the famous Westfalenstadion tonight, for the first leg of this mouth-watering last 16 knockout tie. Here’s to tune in to Dortmund vs PSG tonight, no matter where you are.
Dortmund vs PSG kick-off time
Tonight’s game is set to kick off at 8pm GMT.
If you’re based in the US, that’s 3pm Eastern Time or 12pm Pacific Time.
Dortmund vs PSG TV channel
BT has the broadcast rights to this, and Dortmund vs PSG is being shown on BT Sport 3. You can catch the build-up from 7:15pm GMT.
How to live stream Dortmund vs PSG − even if you’re not in the UK
You can also live stream the clash, either via the BT Sport website or the BT Sport app. Here are the quick-links you need to get started:
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Dortmund vs PSG − Match preview
Most neutrals will be getting behind Dortmund tonight, and while Die Schwarzgelben don’t have megastars like Neymar and Kylian Mbappe to call upon, they’ve got a couple of extremely talented youngsters to call upon, in Jadon Sancho and Erling Braut Haaland.
The Norwegian scored eight goals for Red Bull Salzburg in the group stages of this season’s Champions League, before joining Dortmund in January. He’s already netted eight times for his new club, having only spend 305 minutes on the pitch for them, and was named the Bundesliga player of the month for January.
Sancho is having a fantastic season too. The young Englishman is Dortmund’s top scorer in the league and is assisting goals left, right and centre too.
Dortmund are in patchy form, having won two and lost two of their past four games, but if those two and the Yellow Wall are on song, they’ll cause PSG some serious issues.
Les Parisiens are amongst the favourites for this year’s trophy, but that’s been true in recent years too. They have a tendency to capitulate during the knockout stages, but will that change this season?
They were extremely impressive in the group stages, the highlights being a 3-0 dismantling of Real Madrid in Paris, and a scarcely believable 2-2 draw against the same opposition at the Bernabeu, having gone 2-0 down in the 79th minute.
This could be a thrilling encounter.