Barcelona vs. Bayern Munich, 2013 UEFA Champions League: Time, TV schedule and live stream information

Christof Koepsel

After going down 4-0 in Munich last week, Barcelona have a nigh-on impossible task to beat Bayern and reach the Champions League final.

Update: Bayern Munich win 3-0 on the night, 7-0 on aggregate over Barcelona

Bayern Munich are strong favourites to qualify for the Champions League final after they delivered an immense performance to demolish Barcelona 4-0 in the first leg. Whether or not that game marked the shifting of European balance of power remains to be seen, though it'll take an awful lot from Barça for them to come back from this deficit.

They need to score at least four goals if they're to have a chance of winning the game, and need to net five times without reply of they're to progress without extra time. Bearing in mind the Bavarians have only conceded 14 times all season in the Bundesliga, Barça's task is an extremely unenviable one.

The Spaniards struggled to create any chances at the Allianz Arena, and it's telling that no side in Champions League history has ever overturned a four goal deficit in the knockout stages. If the Bayern midfield pairing of Javi Martínez and Bastian Schweinsteiger deliver as dominating a performance as they did in Munich, they should comfortably progress.

Barcelona injuries and suspensions

Out: Carles Puyol (knee), Javier Mascherano (knee), Jordi Alba (suspended) In doubt: None

Bayern Munich injuries and suspensions

Out: Toni Kroos (groin), Holger Badstuber (knee) In doubt: None

Barcelona are still without Carles Puyol and Javier Mascherano, while Jordi Alba is out after he picked up his third booking in the first leg. Adriano is favourite to come in for the left-back.

For Bayern, Toni Kroos and Holger Badstuber both look like they could miss the rest of the season, though striker Mario Mandžukić will return from his suspension to fight with Mario Gómez for a starting spot.

The game is available on TV and streaming live online legally in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada, as well as the countries the two teams hail from. The information on where you can watch the game in those countries can be found below.

Match Date/Time: Wednesday, 2:45 p.m. ET (7:45 p.m. UK, 8:45 p.m. local)

Venue: Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain

TV: FX (U.S. English), FOX Deportes (U.S. Spanish), Sky Sports 2/HD (U.K.), Sportsnet HD\Regional (Canada), Sky Sport 1 (Germany), C+ Liga de Campeones / HD (Spain)

Online: FOX Soccer 2Go (U.S.), Sky Go (U.K.), Sportsnet World Online (Canada) Sky Go (Germany), Canal+ Yomvi (Spain)

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