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PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are looking to avenge last year’s final defeat as they host Bayern Munich at the Parc des Princes.
The Parisians went down 1-0 in Lisbon last year as the Germans denied them a first ever Champions League title.
Kylian Mbappe made the difference in the first legCredit: Getty
Bayern Munich have it all to do if they are to defend their titleCredit: Reuters
But things are looking better for them this time around after they recorded a 3-2 away win in Munich to put themselves firmly in the driving seat.
A Kylian Mbappe double means PSG will likely only need to avoid a two-goal defeat to set up a semi-final with Manchester City or Borussia Dortmund.
What time does PSG vs Bayern Munich kick off?
- PSG take on Bayern Munich on Tuesday, April 13.
- The match kicks off at 8pm UK time – 9pm in France and Germany.
- It will be played at the Parc des Princes.
What TV channel is PSG vs Bayern Munich on and can I live stream it?
- PSG vs Bayern Munich is live on BT Sport 3.
- Coverage commences at 7.15pm – 45 minutes before kick-off.
- To stream the game live, head to the BT Sport website or app.
Can I watch PSG vs Bayern Munich for free?
- EE customers can get BT Sport INCLUDED to their plan at no extra cost if they are on a plan with Smart Benefits – simply log in to EE and choose BT Sport app.
- And then get it on the big screen by texting SPORT to 150 to get a FREE three-month trial of large screen so you can cast all the action on your TV.
- At the end of the three months you will automatically roll onto the £15 per month subscription unless cancelled.
Alessandro Florenzi and Marco Verratti have both recovered from Covid to be ready for this game.
However, Mauricio Pochettino says Florenzi is the more likely of the two players to play.
Marquinhos is a major doubt for PSG after tearing an abductor in last week’s match.
Should the Brazilian not return in time for this one, Danilo Pereira is likely to start at centre-back.
Mauro Icardi and Layvin Kurzawa are also doubts with this and calf problems respectively.
Goalkeeper Keylor Navas went off against Strasbourg with a reported muscular issue meaning former Fulham stopper Sergio Rico may have to step in between the sticks.
Robert Lewandowski has stated that he will not be fit to play for Bayern in this second leg meaning Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is likely to continue up front against the team he represented last season.
Serge Gnabry missed last week’s first leg with a positive Covid test and it remains to be seen whether he will be available for this game.
On the other wing, Kingsley Coman – the hero of last year’s final – is also a doubt.
Niklas Sule is set to miss out with a muscular injury while Marc Roca, Leon Goretzka and Jerome Boateng are all doubts.
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