TOTTENHAM welcome Borussia Dortmund to Wembley Stadium in an enticing match-up in the Champions League Last 16.
You can catch the 8pm kick off on BT Sport 2 or live stream online if you are a BT Sport customer or are an EE phone subscriber.
Otherwise, stay tuned as we bring you all the build-up and live updates of the match right here…
Meanwhile, the Germans were quarter-finalists two years ago, having lost to arch-rivals Bayern Munich in the final in 2013. The Borussia Dortmund ace has burst onto the scene this season, coming up with goals and assists on a regular basis – holding a record for the latter better than Lionel Messi and Eden Hazard.
TOTTENHAM welcome Borussia Dortmund in an enticing Champions League Round of 16 first leg tie.
The match marks a return to England for Jadon Sancho, who will play his first match in the country since leaving Manchester City in 2017. He has since become one of the brightest young talents in the game, netting eight goals and adding a further ten assists this season.
And it marks the perfect opportunity for the Bundesliga leaders, with the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Eric Dier all out injured for Spurs. But Dortmund are missing their own talisman in Marco Reus, with veteran right-back Lukasz Piszczek also injured.
The 8pm kick off will be shown live on BT Sport 2 with coverage underway from 7pm. Those with BT Sport can live stream via their computer, mobile and tablet on the app. Otherwise, if you have an EE phone or data plan, you can sign up for a free three-month trial by texting SPORT to 150.
Tottenham have the upper hand in terms of previous meetings between the two sides, having won both group stage matches in the Champions League last season, with Kane and Son Heung-min scored all five goals against the German outfit. But Dortmund’s resurgence this season sees them five points clear of Bayern Munich at the top of Bundesliga, with just three defeats in all competitions.
Spurs will need to wary of their scoring power, after the Germans put four past Atletico Madrid, known for their defensive record, during the group stages. Meanwhile, Tottenham only narrowly scraped into the knockout stages, going through on head-to-head away goals against Inter Milan.