How to watch RB Leipzig vs Celtic: TV channel, live stream and team news
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RB Leipzig take on Celtic in matchday three of Group F, with the Bhoys looking to keep their UEFA Champions League knockout stage dream alive.
Ange Postecoglou’s men suffered an expected defeat the first time out against Real Madrid, before holding Shakhtar Donetsk to a draw in the last match.
They went ahead against the Ukrainian outfit before the highly rated Mykhaylo Mudryk equalised, and their next test against RB Leipzig will be a difficult away trip once more.
Die Roten Bullen have won three of their last four matches at the Reb Bull Arena, with potentially Chelsea-bound Christopher Nkunku and former Blues man Timo Werner striking an impressive partnership at the fore.
They sit below the Bhoys on zero points after being thumped by Donetsk and defeated comfortably by Los Blancos, so will leapfrog them with a win.
No Scottish side has won an away Champions League tie in Germany since Rangers defeated Vowarts Berlin in 1961, but the Gers did have success at Borussia Dortmund and Leipzig themselves last season.
Their city rivals haven’t won an away game in the competition since a 3-0 thrashing of Anderlecht, and will hope that a win against Marco Rose’s side will make that record historic.
Here is everything you need to know about RB Leipzig v Celtic.
How to watch RB Leipzig v Celtic: TV channel and live stream
The game will be shown live on BT Sport 4 with coverage starting at 5pm. Fans can also stream the contest on the BT Sport app
What time does RB Leipzig v Celtic kick-off?
The match begins from 5:45pm UK time.
RB Leipzig Team News
Rose’s men will be without stalwarts Lukas Klostermann and Knoraid Laimer, who are both out long-term with ankle injuries. Dani Olmo is also out for a while.
Celtic Team News
Postecoglou will be missing Carl Starfelt, Georgios Giakoumakis, Cameron Carter-Vickers and James McCarthy with varying injuries. The Bhoys will likely allow Kyogo Furuhashi and Jota to continue up front.
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Topics: Celtic, RB Leipzig, Champions League