Free Monaco v Borussia Dortmund live streaming and TV coverage will be available across the BT Sport spectrum as the race for the Champions League semi-finals reaches a potentially thrilling conclusion.
Absolutely anyone can watch the game right here on BTSport.com by simply bookmarking this page, returning at 7pm on Wednesday, April 19th then following the ‘Monaco v Dortmund – Free Live Stream’ banner below.
The Stade Louis II clash, which kicks off at 7.45pm, will also be shown free of charge on TV on Freeview channel 59 and Virgin Media channel 548.
Meanwhile, subscribers to the BT Sport Pack – which is available for purchase here – can, as usual, enjoy a world-class Monaco v Dortmund live streaming experience via the acclaimed enhanced video player.
This stream will be accessible, again from 7pm onwards, by following the banner below or by clicking the ‘Monaco v Borussia Dortmund’ link at the top of the BT Sport app homepage.
Our full linear TV broadcast will air on BT Sport 3 and BT Sport 3 HD.
It promises to be another emotional evening in Monaco as the shockwaves of the horrific events prior to last week’s first leg continue to reverberate through the football world.
The game had been scheduled for Tuesday night but was postponed when the Dortmund team bus was targeted with three pipe bombs as it made its way to the Westfalenstadion.
Thankfully, defender Marc Bartra, who suffered a fractured wrist when a piece of shrapnel lodged itself in his arm, was the only member of the travelling Dortmund staff to be injured in the blasts.
However, UEFA’s decision to reschedule the game for just under 24 hours after the attack drew condemnation in some quarters.
Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel, for instance, insisted that his players were not in the right frame of mind to compete and that certainly seemed to be the case in the first half of their eventual 3-2 defeat.
The Bundesliga giants understandably appeared a yard slower than Monaco in the early sparring as they fell behind to Kylian Mbappe’s (offside) opener and Sven Bender’s disastrous own-goal, with Fabinho also missing a penalty for the visitors.
Yet to their immense credit, Tuchel’s charges came out fighting after the interval, with the introduction of Christian Pulisic, who tormented Andrea Raggi down Monaco’s left flank, acting as the catalyst.
And although Ousmane Dembele’s reply was then cancelled out by Mbappe’s classy second, Shinji Kagawa’s super late solo goal means Dortmund head to the principality with a fighting chance of rescuing the tie.
The stage appears set for another goal-laden clash between two teams who boast superlative attacking firepower and questionable defences – and hopefully the football will take centre stage on this occasion.
It would be some story if Dortmund could overturn the deficit and storm into the semi-finals – but will they do it?
Join us live from 7pm on Wednesday to find out.
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There will also be several opportunities to catch highlights or a full re-run of the match on our linear TV coverage – just check out our TV Guide for further information.