A new week has arrived and with it the biggest competition in European football. Champions League. This week, the second leg of the quarter-finals will take place, with teams seeking a place among the top four teams in Europe.

Here we leave you everything you need to know about the return leg between Bayern Munich and Villarreal.

When is Bayern Munich – Villarreal? The match will take place next Tuesday, April 12, at 9:00 pm in Spain, 2:00 pm in Mexico and 4:00 pm in Argentina.

Where will the match be held? The match will be played at the German team’s stadium, Allianz Arena. The Bavarian infrastructure can accommodate about 75,000 spectators.

Where can I watch Bayern Munich – Villarreal? In Spain, you can enjoy the match with Movistar + Champions League and Movistar Champions League 1. In Argentina with ESPN 3, in the United States on Fubo TV, and in Mexico on HBO Max.

In Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and the rest of South America, you can follow her on ESPN Sur and ESPN Colombia

Bayern Munich

Leroy Sane, Niklas Dorsch

Bayern Munich – Augsburg – Bundesliga / Alexander Hasenstein / Getty Images

The German national team plays its 1-0 victory over FC Augsburg in the German Bundesliga. Waheed is in first place in the standings, nine points behind chasing Borussia Dortmund.

In the first leg, they lost 1-0. They will seek to turn the tie in every possible way.

Chubu Moting, Tolisso and Sarr will miss this match due to injuries.


Serge Aurier

Villarreal vs Athletic Club – La Liga Santander / Quality Sport Images / Getty Images

The “groguet” team comes from a 1-1 draw with Athletic Bilbao. They are currently seventh in the ranking.

In the first leg, they managed to beat Bayern Munich with a goal to zero. The group coached by Unai Emery will do the same to keep this advantage on the scoreboard.

Alberto Moreno will miss this match because the player has a knee injury.

Bavaria: new; Davies, Lucas Hernandez, Upamecano, and Pavard; Goretzka. Kimish. Koeman, Muller, Gnabry; Lewandowski.

Villarreal: Rulli, Foyth, Albiol, Pau Torres, Estupinan; Lo Celso, Capoue, Psaejo, Coquelin; Gerard Moreno, Danjuma.

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