Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Manchester City: how and where to watch - times, TV, online
All the information you need to know on how and where to watch Borussia Mönchengladbach host Manchester City at Puskás Aréna on 24 February at 21:00 CET.
Borussia Mönchengladbach and Manchester City will go head-to-head at Puskás Aréna on Wednesday in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 knockout fixture.
The reality of both teams are quite different, as the German squad compete for the first time in the knockout stages of the competition, while Manchester City are used to playing these kind of matches.
Gladbach are eighth in the Bundesliga standings, with 33 points in 22 games, nine points adrift of the Champions League qualification positions, after losing to Colonia at home last weekend.
Gladbach, pretty solid in Europe
But if in the domestic competition they are offering poor performances, in Champions League Marco Rose’s team were quite solid in a difficult group they shared with Real Madrid, Shakhtar Donetsk and Inter Milan, which led them to the knockout stages.
Can nobody stop City?
Meanwhile City seem unstoppable at the moment and with their 1-0 win at Arsenal they extended their winning run to 18 consecutive matches in all competitions.
The ‘Citizens’, with 18 wins and only two defeats in the league, top the domestic tournament comfortably with a 10 point lead over Manchester United and Leicester.
Rose will be able to choose, Agüero and De Bruyne back
Gladbach have no injury concerns ahead of the match against City. Breel Embolo will probably be in the attacking line from the start and Denis Zakaria is also expected to feature in the starting XI in midfield.
As for the visitors, they still won’t be able to call upon the injured Nathan Ake, but the good news for Pep Guardiola is that Sergio Agüero and Kevin De Bruyne are available. Rodri and Phil Foden will likely feature from the start.
What time does the Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Manchester City match start?
The 2020/2021 Champions League match between Borussia Mönchengladbach and Manchester City will be played at Puskás Aréna (Budapest) and will kick off at 21:00 CET on Wednesday 24 February 2021.
That's 20:00 in the UK, 15:00 ET and 12:00 PT.
Find out what time Borussia Mönchengladbach v Manchester City gets underway where you are in the world.
Where can I watch Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Manchester City?
No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Manchester City match is available on here.
Germany: DAZN, Sky Go, SRF zwei, Blue Sport, Sky Ticket, Sky Sport 1/HD.
United Kingdom: BT Sport App, BBC Radio 5 Live, TalkSport Radio UK, BTSport.com, BT Sport 2.
United States: TUDNxtra, TUDN App, Univision NOW, Galavision, TUDN.com, CBS All Access, ZonaFutbol.
Is the Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Manchester City game online?
Borussia Mönchengladbach-Manchester City is available in most nations through the rights holders’ online platform, if they have one. The best option is to check who is showing the game in your country and if they have an online service or iOS/Android app to watch it on.
For example, CBS Sports Network has the rights of the Champions League for the US and you can watch the games on CBS All Access.
Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Manchester City: AS English live coverage
You can also follow our live text commentary, with all the key statistics, here on AS English. We will be building up to the match throughout the day before giving you a minute-by-minute account as it unfolds.
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