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UEFA Champions League: Where to watch Bayern vs Chelsea live in 100+ countries on August 8

August 6, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
A comfortable 3-0 away win have Bayern with one foot firmly in the quarter-finals as they host Chelsea for the second leg. Live Soccer TV's match preview provides match facts, team news, and global broadcast listings for Bayern vs Chelsea.

Preview: Bayern vs Chelsea

Having won yet another domestic double of the Bundesliga title and the DFB-Pokal without much fuss, Bayern Munich will again try to chase the title that has eluded them since 2013, when they won the Treble: the Champions League. Die Roten are already comfortably into the quarter-finals thanks to their 3-0 away win over Frank Lampard's young Chelsea side, and as such, Hansi Flick may opt to mix things up a bit when the two sides lock horns for the second leg on Saturday.

Chelsea will come into this game having lost the FA Cup final to Arsenal, but Lampard won't be focusing too much on that defeat. The Blues have already qualified for next season's Champions League after finishing in the top four, and while they will face an uphill battle here against a more seasoned and experienced Bayern side led by Polish goal-machine Robert Lewandowski, the London giants still will want to at least try to cause the Bavarian titans some worries on their home turf. 

Unfortunately, that will be easier said than done. The visitors have a whole slew of players out due to injury and suspension, making Lampard's selection for his starting XI an absolute nightmare. Furthermore, Chelsea have struggled in their travels in the Champions League, where they are winless in their last seven away knockout round ties.

Meanwhile, their hosts, not surprisingly have a formidable record - they have lost just one of their last 25 European ties during which they won the first leg on the road. In addition, Bayern are making their 23rd appearance - which only puts them behind Spanish duo Barcelona and Real Madrid (both with 24) appearances in this competition.  

Team news: Bayern vs Chelsea

Bayern: Only defender Benjamin Pavard appears to be out for this game, meaning that Bayern manager Hansi Flick will have plenty of options in terms of selecting a starting XI on Saturday.

Chelsea: Chelsea, by contrast, have been hit by a huge injury and suspension crisis as they look to climb an already huge mountain. Both Marcos Alonso and Jorginho are suspended for this game. And the injuries Lampard now has to contend with include American star Christian Pulisic and skipper Cesar Azpilicueta (both hamstring injuries), as well as Ruben Loftus-Cheek (also hamstring), youngster Billy Gilmour, who's still recovering following knee surgery, and experienced attacker Pedro who is struggling with a shoulder injury.

In addition, World Cup winner N'Golo Kante is still a doubt after missing several games due to an injured hamstring; the French international hasn't played for the side in over a month and it's not likely he will be risked here.

Match facts: Bayern vs Chelsea

  • Current Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was part of the team that beat Bayern in the 2012 final in Munich, and scored the third spot-kick in the ensuing penalty shoot-out to help the Blues win their first ever Champions League title
  • Bayern's round of 16 record is W11 L4
  • Their record in two-legged clashes against English teams is W10 L6
  • Die Roten have lost only one of their 25 UEFA ties in which they won the away first leg (vs. Inter in 2010/2011)
  • Chelsea's round of 16 record is W8 L5
  • The Blues haven't won any of their last seven away matches in the UEFA Champions League knockout rounds (D4 L3)
  • Bayern are in the UCL for the 23rd time. Only Spanish duo Barcelona and Real Madrid have appeared more often (24 times)
  • In addition, the Bavarian giants are the first team from Germany to win all six of their group stage games (and the seventh in tournament history)

Where to watch Bayern vs Chelsea live on August 8, 2020

Bayern vs Chelsea kick off at 12:00 PST/15:00 EST/19:00 GMT/21:00 CET

USA: FuboTV, Sling TV, Galavision, ZonaFutbol, TUDN App, CBS All Access, Univision NOW, TUDNxtra, TUDN.com

Germany: Sky Sport UHD, TeleClub Sport Live, Sky Sport 2/HD, Sky Go

UK: BT Sport App, BT Sport Ultimate, BTSport.com, BT Sport 1, BT Sport Extra

Australia: Optus Sport

Canada: DAZN

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Bayern München 4 - 1 Chelsea

August 8, 2020 3:00pmAllianz Arena (München)

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