The clash between the two most popular teams in Germany could have a huge influence in how the championship comes to an end

With four matches left for all teams in the 2021-22 Bundesliga, Bayern will try to defend their nine-point lead over Borussia Dortmund. A win here for Bayern would put an end to the title race, as no other team would be able to catch up with Julian Nagelsmann's men.

Football fans in the U.S. will have the chance to watch Bayern's attempt to win their tenth Bundesliga title in a row on ABC, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN+, with ABC handling English-spoken coverage, ESPN Deportes serving Spanish-speaking users, and ESPN+ streaming the game live.

Coverage for Der Klassiker will begin at 12:30 p.m., with commentators Derek Rae and Lutz Pfannenstiel dealing available for English coverage, leaving Ricardo Ortiz and Andres Agulla with Spanish-speaking duties. Added to these seasoned journalists who will be on site for a Bundesliga game for the first time in ever, pitch-side reporting and analysis will feature ESPN Germany-based Bundesliga reporter Archie Rhind-Tutt, along with analyst Arne Friedrich and special guest Bastian Schweinsteiger, former Bayern player, German Player of the Year in 2013 and 2014 FIFA World Cup champion with Germany.

Pre-match coverage for this game will be handled by Kay Murray and Taylor Twellman on ABC and ESPN+ in English, while the Spanish-speaking team will feature Antonio Valle and former coach Mario Carrillo.

Here's the full coverage plan by ESPN for this crucial game.