How to watch Chelsea vs Borussia Dortmund: TV, extra time and away goal info for last-16 clash

Graham Potter will need to overturn a one goal defecit at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night to take Chelsea into the Champions League quarter finals.

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Chelsea will have to overturn a 1-0 deficit and a mismatch in form against Borussia Dortmund tonight to make it through the Champions League last-16 clash.

The German side is looking to notch their 11th consecutive win as they travel to London whilst Graham Potter will manage his first back-to-back victories since October should his Blues side prevail.

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Chelsea will be without the injured Thiago Silva and suspended Mason Mount but have been handed a boost with Reece Jamesand Christian Pulisic in contention to play.

Edin Terzic is set to have Swiss goalkeeper Gregor Kobel and Netherlands forward Donyell Malen at his disposal but will be without winger Karim Adeyem.

Pressure is mounting on the former Brighton boss who has refused to get sucked into talk about his future at the Bridge.

Ahead of Tuesday's European clash, he said: "To be honest, I’m not thinking about it in that way. I’m thinking about how important it is for the team and club.

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"It’s a chance to get into the last eight of the Champions League but we’re playing against a top opponent in a really good vein of form.

“So it’s a huge challenge but at the same time, what an opportunity. Stamford Bridge will be rocking I’m sure and we will give it everything to win the game and go through.”

Borussia Dortmund travel to Stamford Bridge tonight (Image: Getty Images)Borussia Dortmund travel to Stamford Bridge tonight (Image: Getty Images)
Borussia Dortmund travel to Stamford Bridge tonight (Image: Getty Images)

Tickets for the match at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night are sold out with many having to settle for a seat on the sofa. LondonWorld is on hand with all you need to know to stream the game at home.

What time does Chelsea vs Borussia Dortmund kick-off?

Chelsea will take on Borussia Dortmund at 8pm on Tuesday, March 7 at Stamford Bridge.

Graham Potter is looking to make it back-to-back wins for Chelsea (Image: Getty Images)Graham Potter is looking to make it back-to-back wins for Chelsea (Image: Getty Images)
Graham Potter is looking to make it back-to-back wins for Chelsea (Image: Getty Images)
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The last-16 fixture is a knockout game, should the aggregate score finish with both sides level after 90 minutes then there will be extra time and penalties.

Where to watch Chelsea vs Dortmund Champions League fixture?

Fans wanting to watch the match live will have to do so via BT Sport with the channel broadcasting all the UEFA Champions League matches.

A monthly pass to the channel will cost £25/month and highlights will then be available after the final whistle on the BT Sport YouTube channel and on the BBC Sport’s website.

There is also a highlights show on BT Sport which begins at 10:30 pm.

What happened last time out?

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Borussia Dortmund beat Chelsea 1-0 when the two sides met at the Signal Iduna Park on Wednesday, February 15.

A Karim Adeyemi goal in the 63rd minute was enough for the German side to triumph over the out-of-sorts Chelsea side with pressure mounting on Graham Potter.

Speaking after the game, Potter believed there was a lot to take from the match to the second meeting in London. He said: "The boys have been fantastic in terms of their work, but at the moment, we're suffering in terms of results. But the performance was a big step forward for us tonight.

"It's half-time. We need to regroup and take the game at Stamford Bridge."

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