Bayern Munich vs Freiburg: Where to watch the match online, live stream, TV channels & kick-off time

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Where to watch DFB Pokal quarter-final clash - Bayern Munich vs Freiburg - team news, kick-off time and more.

Bayern Munich will take on Freiburg in the quarter-final of the DFB Pokal on Tuesday.

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📺 Watch Bayern vs Freiburg live on Viaplay Sports in the UK

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Bayern, the defending champions, have struggled with consistency this season. Thomas Tuchel replaced Julian Nagelsmann as head coach and began his journey with a 4-2 win against second-placed Dortmund in the Der Klassiker.

Freiburg are winless in their last three matches across all competitions. They are currently fourth in the Bundesliga standings and will hope to cause a mid-week shock with a win over Bayern to get to the semi-final of the competition.

GOAL tells you where to watch the DFB-Pokal clash between Bayern Munich and Freiburg - including team news, squads, TV and live stream details, kick-off time and more.

  1. Kick-off time

    Kick-off time

    Date:April 4, 2023
    Kick-off time:3.45pm EDT / 7.45pm BST / 12.15am IST (April 5)
    Venue:Allianz Arena, Munich

    The game is scheduled for April 4, 2023 at the Allianz Arena in Munich.

    It will kick off at 3.45pm EDT in the US, 7.45pm BST in the UK and 12.15am IST on the next day in India.

  2. How to watch Bayern vs Freiburg online - TV channels & live streams
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    How to watch Bayern vs Freiburg online - TV channels & live streams

    CountryTV channelLive stream
    UKViaplay Sports 2Viaplay Sports 2
    IndiaSony Ten 2 SD/HDSony LIV

    Viewers in the United Kingdom (UK) can watch Bayern vs Freiburg on Viaplay Sports 2.

    In the United States (US), the match will be available to stream on ESPN+.

    In India, the match will be available to watch on Sony Sports Network.

  3. Team news & squads
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    Team news & squads

    Bayern Munich team news

    Tuchel is likely to bring back the likes of Serge Gnabry, Sadio Mane, Joao Cancelo and Jamal Musiala after having used these players from the bench in Der Klassiker.

    Dayot Upamecano is suspended for the weekend's league game against Freiburg as he has picked up five yellow cards but is expected to feature in the quarter-final of the cup competition.

    Bayern will miss the presence of long-term absentees Lucas Hernandez, Mathys Tel and Manuel Neuer.

    Bayern predicted XI: Sommer; Cancelo, Upamecano, De Ligt, Davies; Kimmich, Gravenberch; Gnabry, Musiala, Mane; Choupo-Moting

    Goalkeepers:Sommer, Ulreich, Schenk
    Defenders:De Ligt, Upamecano, Davies, Blind, Cancelo, Pavard, Stanisic, Sarr, Janitzek, Marusic
    Midfielders:Goretzka, Musiala, Wanner, Sane, Kimmich, Gravenberch
    Forwards:Gnabry, Coman, Muller, Mane, Choupo-Moting

    Freiburg team news

    Freiburg will be without Philipp Lienhart, Kenneth Schmidt and Daniel-Kofi Kyereh who are sidelined due to injuries.

    Freiburg predicted XI: Flekken; Kubler, Ginter, Gulde; Sildillia, Eggestein, Hofler, Gunter; Doan, Grifo; Gregoritsch

    Goalkeepers:Uphoff, Atubolu, Flekken
    Defenders:Gulde, Siquet, Kubler, Ezekwem, Sildillia, Ginter, Gunter
    Midfielders:Eggestein, Keitel, Sallai, Wagner, Grifo, Hofler, Jeong, Weisshaupt, Rohl, Doan
    Forwards:Peterson, Holer, Gregoritsch

    Head-to-head record

    Bayern have comfortably won four of the last five meetings between these two teams. The odds are stacked against Freiburg in the quarter final of the DFB Pokal.

    October 2022Bayern 5-0 FreiburgBundesliga
    April 2022Freiburg 1-4 BayernBundesliga
    November 2021Bayern 2-1 FreiburgBundesliga
    May 2021Freiburg 2-2 BayernBundesliga
    January 2021Bayern 2-1 FreiburgBundesliga
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