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Bayern Munich v Sevilla: FREE live stream Champions League football online or watch on TV with BT Sport

Find out how anyone can watch a free Bayern Munich v Sevilla live stream with BT Sport ahead of Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final second-leg clash.

Free Bayern Munich v Sevilla live streaming will be available exclusively with BT Sport on Wednesday night as Bayern attempt to consolidate a 2-1 away victory in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final.

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Bayern Munich v Sevilla: Match preview

Momentum, form, history. All three point to Bayern Munich sauntering through to a sixth Champions League semi-final in seven years.

The 2-1 first-leg victory out in Spain wasn’t their stellar best, but the Bavarians are a different beast on home soil.

Adding to their oozing confidence, Bayern wrapped up their sixth consecutive Bundesliga title with a 4-1 victory at Augsburg on Saturday.

However, there is a steely determination among Jupp Heynckes' side not to rest on their laurels and to triumph on the European stage too.

“We’ll find an opportunity to celebrate later and do it hard,” declared Heynckes. “Only in May!”

As a result the title celebrations were fairly restrained at the weekend and Bayern are overwhelming favourites to reach the final-four draw.

Heading to the Allianz Arena is a pretty daunting prospect for the La Liga outfit because Bayern have won their past two home games against Hamburg and Borussia Dortmund 6-0.

Another headache for Sevilla boss Vincenzo Montella is that his side simply have to score at least two away goals to progress, so they can’t sit back and try to stifle the blistering Bayern frontline.

Furthermore, the five-time Europa League champions were dismantled 4-0 away at Celta Vigo at the weekend. They simply haven’t travelled well this season, falling to ten away league defeats.

“We're angry, we didn't react and we need to look for solutions,” insisted Montella.

"We have a high quality team and I am here to make that a reality and end the season with pride because we've got important matches. We need to fight back.”

That sentiment of a backlash at Bayern was echoed by Sevilla’s towering midfielder Steven Nzonzi following the first leg.

"The changing room is a bit low but, we know that we played against a great team," he said.

"It's difficult but we're going to try. Its football, 11 against 11 and anything can happen in the second leg.”

Sevilla have thrived in European knockout competition in recent campaigns and proved they relish causing an upset by toppling Manchester United in the last 16.

However, the blazing Bayern attack will be able to bide their time with Sevilla searching for those away goals.

Let’s see how strong that Sevilla backlash can bite.

Bayern Munich v Sevilla: Team news

Treble-chasing Bayern rested a host of regular starters at the weekend with Sevilla in mind.

Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller, Thiago, Franck Ribery, Mats Hummels and Javi Martinez were all on the bench and are expected to return to the starting XI.

Arturo Vidal (knee) and Juan Bernat (cut leg) had to be substituted in the first leg in Spain. David Alaba missed the game at Sevilla due to a back problem and only Bernat featured at Augsburg.

The Germans have no fresh injury concerns from the weekend, but Sevilla’s Jesus Navas (calf) and Lionel Carole (calf) remain doubts for the second leg.

Meannwhile, Ever Banega is available for the visitors after completing a one-match suspension.

Bayern Munich v Sevilla: Head to head

The first-leg encounter was the first-ever meeting between these two sides.

Bayern Munich v Sevilla: Key statistics

Bayern have won three of their last 12 games 6-0. They have scored 55 goals in their 16 fixtures in 2018.

The Munich club's home record this season is W17 D2 L0 with 62 goals scored and 11 conceded. They have kept four successive clean sheets and 11 at home overall.

Away the Andalusian club have won six of their 11 fixtures in all competitions in 2018, losing four. This season overall their away record is W11 D3 L11.

Sevilla have managed six clean sheets in those 25 matches, and only one in the last seven; at the other end, they had scored in eight away matches in a row before drawing a blank at Celta, and all but six of their away matches in 2017/18.

Bayern Munich v Sevilla: Match odds

Bayern Munich: 1/4
Draw: 5/1
Sevilla: 12/1

Bayern Munich to advance: 1/50
Sevilla to advance: 16/1

All odds correct with William Hill at the time of writing

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