Dortmund vs Bayern Munich FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for TODAY’S Bundesliga derby – The Sun

DORTMUND host Bayern Munich as two German giants go head-to-head in a crunch Bundesliga clash.

The visitors are chasing a ninth-straight title and arrive in great form having won their last four games on the bounce.

BVB are hot on their heels though and can go top with victory, with Lucien Favre's side on the back of four consecutive clean sheets.

When is Dortmund vs Bayern?

  • This huge game will be held on Saturday, November 7.
  • Kick-off is at 5.30pm GMT.
  • When the sides last met in the league, Joshua Kimmich's stunning strike gave Bayern all three points.

What TV channel is Dortmund vs Bayern Munich on and can I live stream it?

You can catch this crucial Bundesliga clash live on BT Sport 1.

Coverage will begin at 5pm.

BT Sport subscribers can watch on the official app, which also includes the option to pause and rewind the action.

And EE phone customers can watch for FREE – text SPORT to 150 for a free three-month BT Sport mobile trial.

What is the team news?

Dortmund are sweating on the fitness of former Bayern centre-back Mats Hummels.

Emre Can is out with coronavirus, while Marcel Schmelzer has a knee complaint.

Alphonso Davies is out until at least December, while Leon Goretzka has a calf complaint.

Match odds

  • Dortmund to win – 11/4
  • Draw – 3/1
  • Bayern victory – 4/5
  • Both teams to score – 4/11

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    STAGE IS SET

    The visitors check in at Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund.

    Team news is coming up in twenty minutes time.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    RED HOT ROBERT

    He just loves playing against his old team.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    GOOD EVENING

    Welcome to our live blog of Dortmund vs Bayern Munich.

    Both sides come into this evening’s game with identical records, winning five and losing one in the league so far this season.

    RB Leipzig are currently top of the table, but have played a game more than Bayern and Dortmund, and are just a point ahead, meaning a win for either side tonight will take them to the top of the Bundesliga.

    Bayern Munich have the better recent history in Der Klassiker, winning the last three meetings between the sides, and six of the last seven.

    Bayern have also won their last four games, as they chase a ninth successive Bundesliga title this season.

    Dortmund too come into the game in fine form, having kept a clean sheet in their last four.

    Both sides boast a world class striker in their ranks, with Robert Lewandowski scoring ten Bundesliga goals already this season for Dortmund, and Erling Haaland bagging five so far for Dortmund.

    In team news, Emre Can is missing due to Coronavirus and Marcel Schmelzer has a knock to his knee.

    Mats Hummels is also a doubt for the home side.

    For Bayern Alphonso Davies is out until at least December, while Leon Goretzka has a calf complaint.

    Kick off is at 5.30pm and team news will follow shortly.

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