Dortmund vs PSG how to watch Live Streaming TV Channel 13/12/2023

foot4live December 13, 2023

Dortmund vs PSG how to watch Live Streaming TV Channel 13/12/2023

TV Channels by Country :

Argentina FOX Sports
Australia Stan Sport
Austria DAZN, ServusTV Österreich, Sky Sport Austria 2
Azerbaijan CBC Sport
Belgium Pickx+ Sports 2, Proximus 11
BiH Arena Premium 1, Arena Sport 5
Bolivia ESPN 2
Brasil Esporte Interativo Plus, TNT Brasil, HBO Max
Bulgaria bTV Action
Canada DAZN Canada
Chile FOX Sports
Colombia ESPN 2
Croatia Arena Sport 7, HTV2
Cyprus Cytavision Sports 4
Czech Republic Nova SPORT 3
Denmark Viaplay DK, TV3 +, TV3 Puls
Ecuador ESPN 2
El Salvador Canal 4
France Canal+ Foot, RMC Sport 1, Canal+
Germany DAZN 1 Deutschland, DAZN
Greece Cosmote Sport 2
Hungary M4 Sport
India SonyLIV
Indonesia Vidio
Italy Mediaset Extra, Mediaset Infinity
Latvia Viaplay Latvija
Lithuania Viaplay Lietuva
Malaysia beIN Sports MAX
Malta TSN 5
Mexico TUDN Mobile, HBO Max
Netherlands Ziggo Docu
New Zealand beIN SPORTS CONNECT New Zealand
Norway TV 2 Sport 1, TV2 Sumo
Peru ESPN 2
Poland IPLA
Portugal Eleven Sports 2, DAZN
Qatar beIN SPORTS 3, beIN SPORTS 1, beIN SPORTS English 1
Romania Orange Sport 1, Prima Sport 1, Look Plus
Russia Match!! Football 1
Serbia Arena Sport 2, Arena Premium 1
Singapore beIN Sports MAX
Slovenia Kanal A
South Africa SuperSport PSL
Spain Movistar Liga de Campeones 3, Movistar Liga de Campeones 4
Sweden C More Live
Switzerland Blue Sport D 2, Teleclub Sport 3, Blue Sport 3
Turkey Exxen
UK TNT Sports 3
Ukraine MEGOGO Football 2
USA Univision – Pacific, Univision – East, fuboTV, TUDN, VIX, TUDN Mobile

Dortmund vs. PSG live stream: How to watch UEFA Champions League live online, TV channel

psg vs dortmund game

Paris Saint-Germain travel to Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday needing a win to guarantee a place in the UEFA Champions League knockout phase. A draw could be enough for Luis Enrique’s men, but a victory would not only confirm safe passage to the round of 16, but also top spot in Group F given the tightness of the German and French outfits to Newcastle United and Milan heading into the final day — PSG, the Magpies and the Rossoneri all still have chances to go through. Dortmund would be able to secure first place with a draw, but PSG’s fate would be determined by the outcome of the game between Newcastle and Milan. Edin Terzic’s team has struggled in December, with a DFB Pokal exit to Stuttgart, a Bundesliga loss to RB Leipzig, and a draw with Bayer Leverkusen. PSG are on the up, though, presently top of Ligue 1 having won their last eight consecutive games in the French topflight — a round of 16 berth and maybe top spot in Group F potentially puts a very positive spin on where Les Parisiens are right now. PSG’s three-game losing streak away from Parc des Princes and lack of a clean sheet since late 2020 imply that this will be a difficult task, although the club has never lost four consecutive European games away from home.
Here are our storylines, as well as information on how to watch the match:

How to watch PSG VS DORTMUND

Date: Wednesday, Dec. 13 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Signal Iduna Park — Dortmund, Germany
Watch: Paramount+

PSG Team News :

Dortmund: Mats Hummels is suspended in his home country, but he is accessible here and turned back the years last time out. Emre Can, though, is banned here after picking up three yellow cards. Marcel Sabitzer is working hard to recover from a calf injury, while Felix Nmecha is out until 2024. Although Marius Wolf may return, Julian Ryerson, Youssoufa Moukoko, Sebastien Haller, and Julian Duranville are all gone. Thomas Meunier, an ex-PSG player, was not registered for the competition and hence would not face his former club.

Kobel; Wolf, Hummels, Schlotterbeck, Bensebaini; Sabitzer, Ozcan; Reus, Brandt, Bynoe-Gittens; Fullkrug.

PSG: Due to his ban, Ousmane Dembele will not be able to return to his previous club, thus Bradley Barcola should expect to start after scoring against Nantes over the weekend. Warren Zaire-Emery made a surprisingly rapid return from injury and will aim to be involved in Germany. Nuno Mendes Presnel Kimpembe, Fabian Ruiz, Keylor Navas and Sergio Rico are all out for Luis Enrique and most of those will not play again before 2024.

Potential PSG XI: Donnarumma; Hakimi, Marquinhos, Skriniar, Hernandez; Lee, Ugarte, Vitinha; Barcola, Kolo Muani, Mbappe.