Man City vs Borussia Dortmund: How to watch UEFA Champions League clash on TV, live stream, team news

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Manchester City host Dortmund this midweek – here’s how to watch the Champions League Group G clash live on TV.

Manchester City continue their Champions League campaign on Wednesday as they play host to Borussia Dortmund at the Etihad Stadium.

City pulled off an impressive 4-0 victory away at Sevilla last week and now they’ll be looking to maintain momentum with another positive result.

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Last season, Dortmund were knocked out in the group stage for the first time since 2017 and they’ll be eager to put things right this time around.

The German giants lost 3-0 in their last outing, away at RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga, and there could be some vulnerability for the Citizens to exploit.

The last time the two sides met was in the 2020/21 quarter-final, as City won both legs and advanced through 4-2 on aggregate.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of City vs Dortmund, including the latest team news, the kick-off time, and how to watch the Champions League clash live on UK television.

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Is Man City vs Dortmund on TV and how can I watch it?

Kicking off at 8pm on Wednesday 14 September 2022, Man City’s second Champions League Group G fixture is indeed on television.

Supporters in the UK can tune into the Champions League match on BT Sport 2HD and BT Sport 2 Ultimate. It’s also available to live stream on the BT Sport app or on the BT Sport website.

These functions will only be available to BT Sport customers, however. Information on how to sign up for BT Sport can be found at the end of this article.

Haaland scored two last week as City beat Sevilla. Credit: Getty.Haaland scored two last week as City beat Sevilla. Credit: Getty.
Haaland scored two last week as City beat Sevilla. Credit: Getty. | Getty Images

If you’re not around to watch the game at 8pm on Wednesday 14 September, highlights will be available on the BT Sport website about 30 minutes after the full-time whistle.

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What is the team news ahead of Man City vs Dortmund?

City will be without defensive duo John Stones (knock) and Aymeric Laporte (knee) for Wednesday’s clash with Dortmund.

Guardiola is also likely to have to make do without Kyle Walker, who picked up a knock against Aston Villa. Nathan Ake did, however, return in that match and is up for selection.

Nathan Ake recently returned for City in the 1-1 draw away to Aston VillaNathan Ake recently returned for City in the 1-1 draw away to Aston Villa
Nathan Ake recently returned for City in the 1-1 draw away to Aston Villa | AFP via Getty Images

For the full team news, including two players who could return to the starting eleven after injury, visit our preview of Man City vs Dortmund.

How to sign up to BT Sport

You’ll need a subscription to watch BT Sport and there are a number of options to choose from.

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The first of these is the Big Sport subscription starting at £41 per month with a £39.99 upfront fee. It’s a 24-month contract that gives you access to all BT Sport channels, the BT Sport app, as well as all 11 Sky Sports channels and Eurosport 1 and 2. It also enables you to watch Sky Sports via the NOW app with instant access.

Another is the standard Sport subscription that gives you access to all BT Sport channels, the BT Sport app, and BoxNation. This 24-month contract starts a £16 per month with a £39.99 upfront fee.

BT also offer the Monthly Pass, a subscription that allows customers to sign up for a short period of time and cancel with ease. Subscribers won’t be able to watch on TV, but rather on the BT Sport app only. It gives you a month of every BT Sport channel.

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