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Will Bayern Munich vs Barcelona be on TV today? Start time, channel and how to watch the Champions League match

On Tuesday, Robert Lewandowski returns to his former club Bayern Munich, and FC Barcelona heads to Germany for the Champions League.

A meeting of the top two of Group C – both of whom won their first game last week – should provide a lot of fun, although a win by both sides will also allow Inter Milan to return to the hunt, assuming they beat Viktoria Plzen.

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It is not only the freelance Lewandowski who will keep an eye on him, but the entire rebuilt Barcelona team – and Sadio Mane in particular for Bayern, as an effective Polish substitute under Julian Nagelsmann.

Bayern have not been able to achieve consistent results domestically this season, finishing third in the Bundesliga after three draws in a row, but they still have the ability to be a terrifying attacker and this could add up to a very high score for Allianz.

Here’s everything you need to know before playing.

When is Bayern vs Barcelona?

The match starts on Tuesday, September 13 at 20:00 BST in the Allianz Arena.

Where can i watch it?

This game will be broadcast live on BT Sport 4. Subscribers can stream the game via the BT Sport app and desktop site.

What’s the band’s news?

Kingsley Coman is a big loss for Bayern due to injury, and the winger will not play again after a draw at the weekend. Bouna Sarr has doubts, but he would not have started the match anyway. Julian Nagelsmann has to decide between the two Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sane and Sadio Mane, to start the attack.

When it comes to Barcelona, ​​Xavi Hernandez has a full squad to choose from, including new players Jules Kounde, Raphiha, Franck Kessie and former Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski. One big decision will be whether young Alex Balde will continue playing left-back or Jordi Alba will return to the squad, while Marcos Alonso is another option now after his transition from Chelsea.

Expected lineups

BAY – Neuer, Pavard, Upamecano, L Hernandez, Davies, Goretzka, Kimmich, Muller, Musiala, Sane, Mane

FCB – Ter Stegen, S Roberto, Kounde, Araujo, Alba, Busquets, Pedri, F de Jong, Rafinha, Lewandowski, Dembele


Bavaria 9/10

Draw 7/2

Barcelona 56/19


Bayern struggled to balance new-style attack with solidity from the rear, and individual mistakes could prove costly against Barca’s side, which has eased quickly this season. The surprise at the exit is on the cards. Bayern 1-2 Barcelona.


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