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Real Madrid vs. Borussia Dortmund, 2013 UEFA Champions League: Time, TV schedule and live stream information

Having lost 4-1 in the first leg in Dortmund, Real Madrid have to pull off a comprehensive victory at the Bernabéu to progress to the Champions League final.

Lars Baron

Update: Real Madrid 2-0 Borussia Dortmund, BVB hold on to go through.

If Real Madrid are to progress to the final of the Champions League they'll have to overturn a 4-1 deficit from the first leg, though will have the home crowd behind them at the Santiago Bernabéu. After being shocked by a brilliant Borussia Dortmund last week, it'll be a tough ask.

Robert Lewandowski netted all four goals in an astonishingly good performance, which has given Dortmund a great chance of reaching their first Champions League final since 1997, when they saw off Juventus 3-1 to lift the trophy. Cristiano Ronaldo's away goal has given the Spaniards some slight hope of getting back into the tie, but their chances are hanging by a thread.

Real Madrid come into this on the back of a confidence-boosting derby win against Atlético Madrid, with that victory almost certainly securing second place in La Liga for Los Merengues. Dortmund's recent domestic form has been more impressive; they've won six games consecutively in the Bundesliga.

Real Madrid injuries and suspensions

Out: Marcelo (hamstring) In doubt: None

Dortmund injuries and suspensions

Out: None In doubt: Łukasz Piszczek (groin)

Dortmund only have one injury doubt for this game, with Łukasz Piszczek restricted to jogging due to a groin strain. Oliver Kirch started at right-back in their recent Bundesliga win over Fortuna Düsseldorf, and Jürgen Klopp said this game may come too early for Piszczek.

As for Real Madrid, they only have full-back Marcelo unavailable due to injury, with no new injury doubts from the first leg. Álvaro Arbeloa is available again after missing the game in Dortmund due to suspension.

The game is available on TV and streaming live online legally in the United States, 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: Tuesday, 2:45 p.m. ET (7:45 p.m. UK, 8:45 p.m. local)

Venue: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid, Spain

TV: Fox Soccer Channel (U.S. English), FOX Deportes (U.S. Spanish), ITV 1 (U.K.), Sportsnet HD\Regional (Canada), Sky Sport 1 (Germany), TVE La Primera (Spain)

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