Real Madrid vs Dortmund Live



Real Madrid vs Dortmund Live : Team News, Preview, Live Stream, TV Info for UCL

Their qualification for the knockout phases of the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League might be secured, yet Real Madrid will see Wednesday’s meeting with Borussia Dortmund as an opportunity to locate some genuinely necessary frame.

Los Blancos will complete as sprinters up in Group H behind Tottenham Hotspur, with Dortmund eight focuses back on the holders.

The German side involve third spot and would move into the UEFA Europa League with triumph. In any case, a win at the Santiago Bernabeu is a major request a side that are in a torrid spell. Dortmund could in any case progress to the second-level competition with a misfortune, contingent upon Tottenham’s outcome against APOEL.Real Madrid vs Dortmund Live

There may not be too much on it, but both sides will view this as a chance to rediscover some confidence. Here are the key viewing details for the game, the latest team news and a look at how this one will play out.

Date: Wednesday, December 6

Time: 7:45 p.m. (GMT), 2:45 p.m. (ET)

TV Info: BT Sport (UK), FOX Sports 1 (U.S.)

Live Stream: BT Sport website (UK), FOX Sports Go (U.S.)

Real Madrid vs Dortmund Live

Team News

Real Madrid: Manager Zinedine Zidane will most likely use this contest to give some players on the fringes of the first team a chance to impress. After making his comeback from injury against Fuenlabrada recently, Gareth Bale may feature, but Dani Carvajal is suspended.Real Madrid vs Dortmund Live

Likely XI: Kiko Casilla; Achraf Hakimi, Nacho, Sergio Ramos, Theo Hernandez; Dani Ceballos, Casemiro, Isco; Lucas Vazquez, Borja Mayoral, Gareth Bale

Borussia Dortmund: The loss to Spurs last time out ensured any hopes of qualification were gone for Dortmund, and manager Peter Bosz will likely make a raft of changes too. Marco Reus, Mario Gotze and Lukasz Piszczek are among a number of key absentees.

Likely XI: Roman Weidenfeller; Marc Bartra, Omer Toprak, Marcel Schmelzer; Christian Pulisic, Julian Weigl, Mahmoud Dahoud, Shinji Kagawa, Raphael Guerreiro; Andriy Yarmolenko, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.