PSG vs. Bayern Munich on Paramount+: Live stream UEFA Champions League, how to watch on TV, odds, news A big UEFA Champions League contender will be bounced from the competition on Tuesday when Paris Saint-Germain host Bayern Munich in their quarterfinal second leg in the French capitol. PSG won the first leg in Germany last week, 3-2, meaning a draw, a 1-0 loss or even a 2-1 loss would be enough for the French side to advance to the last four. The match is expected to feature numerous goals, a frenetic pace and more, potentially going longer than 90 minutes. A 3-2 win for Bayern would result in extra time. PSG vs Bayern Munich: Lineups are out! No Goretzka, Alaba starts in midfield! 183 Can Bayern Munich make the comeback happen? The season’s hopes rest on this game. Bayern Munich want another Champions League title, but they will need to fight for it. After a calamitous first leg against PSG, the Bavarians face an uphill task trying to overturn a one-goal deficit without Robert Lewandowski. Scoring goals isn’t necessarily a problem (though Bayern could definitely stand to do better) but the defense has simply been abhorrent this season. After Neymar and Mbappe ripped the backline apart in Munich, Flick has no choice but to go for a kamikaze strategy and hope the team can get the two unanswered goals needed to go through. Unfortunately, the return of key players like Verratti, Paredes, and Florenzi will make life difficult for Bayern, especially with all the additional injuries the team has suffered in the past week. However, with players like Thomas Muller and Joshua Kimmich in the XI, this team will not give up until the final whistle is blown. PSG vs. Bayern Munich live stream: Watch the Champions League quarterfinal By Philip Michaels 25 minutes ago Bayern Munich will need a big comeback in the PSG vs. Bayern Munich live stream, a rematch from last year's final The PSG vs. Bayern Munich live stream is here and this one is a bit different. Bayern Munich beat all comers last season when it came to the UEFA Champions League. But if the German side is going to defend its title, it's going to have to do something it rarely had to do in its last campaign — come from behind. PSG takes a 3-2 lead into the second leg of its Champions League quarterfinal against Bayern Munich. That means Bayern is going to have to win its return match against the Parisians, and a simple 1-0 victory won't do it. The Bavarians will need to win by two goals to move onto the next round of the Champions League. Black Panther 2: Everything you need to know Get the best streaming devices That's a tall order considering how well PSG's Kylian Mbappe and Neymar performed in the first leg. But Bayern has superstars of its own to turn to — though not top scorer Robert Lewandowski — so this PSG vs. Bayern Munich match is far from over. Whether you want to watch yet another Bayern triumph or revel in a rare defeat of the German side, you won't want to miss PSG vs. Bayern Munich. Here's where you can live stream this Champions League quarterfinal. PSG vs Bayern Munich live stream: How to watch Champions League fixture online and on TV tonight PSG vs. Bayern Munich on Paramount+: Live stream UEFA Champions League, how to watch on TV, odds, news PSG vs Bayern Munich live stream: how to watch the Champions League in 4K or for free UEFA Champions League predictions, expert picks: Can Bayern Munich rally vs. PSG?; Chelsea have edge vs. Porto PSG vs Bayern Munich: Uefa Champions League prediction, TV channel, h2h results, team news, live stream, odds A big UEFA Champions League contender will be bounced from the competition on Tuesday when Paris Saint-Germain host Bayern Munich in their quarterfinal second leg in the French capitol. PSG won the first leg in Germany last week, 3-2, meaning a draw, a 1-0 loss or even a 2-1 loss would be enough for the French side to advance to the last four. The match is expected to feature numerous goals, a frenetic pace and more, potentially going longer than 90 minutes. A 3-2 win for Bayern would result in extra time. The big clash of Tuesday night sees Paris Saint-Germain host Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-final, with the second leg set to decide the tie in France. Champions League holders Bayern Munich face a difficult task as they visit Paris Saint-Germain for the second leg of their quarter-final tie tonight. This PSG vs. Bayern Munich live stream is different — Bayern Munich beat all comers last season when it came to the UEFA Champions League. But if the German side is going to defend its title, it's going to have to do something it rarely had to do in its last campaign — come from behind. PSG takes a 3-2 lead into the second leg of its Champions League quarterfinal against Bayern Munich. That means Bayern is going to have to win its return match against the Parisians, and a simple 1-0 victory won't do it. The Bavarians will need to win by two goals to move onto the next round of the Champions League. Hansi Flick’s injury-hit side missed a host of chances before being punished by Kylian Mbappe to see their long home unbeaten run end with a 3-2 first-leg defeat last week. Mauricio Pochettino has been tasked with finally bringing the European Cup to Paris, and though PSG hold the advantage with three away goals tonight, this Bayern side cannot be written off just yet. Last week saw an epic battle in the snow between the two finalists from last year, with Kylian Mbappe and Co just edging the champions in a brilliant contest. Neutrals will be hoping for more of the same, though the added pressure from the all-or-nothing encounter could of course see both teams play it slightly more cautious this time around, at least to start with. Three away goals for PSG, however, means Bayern will be forced to take the initiative to a point; they need to score twice at a minimum and hope for a much-improved defensive display. At the weekend, PSG easily saw off Strasbourg to stay second in Ligue 1, three points off leaders Lille, while Bayern were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw by Union Berlin, with a late equaliser serving a reminder of how unusually routine it has been to breach the team’s back line of late. Hansi Flick’s side remain five points clear at the top of the Bundesliga, but it’s European glory they really want once more. The final four in the UEFA Champions League will be set this week. Four quarterfinal second legs will determine the quartet of semifinalists, with PSG, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Manchester City holding advantages after last week's first legs. Can reigning champions Bayern Munich come back vs. PSG? Is there any hope for Liverpool against Real Madrid? Our team of experts is here to break down and predict the scoreline for every game this week. Having lost to Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of the Champion League quarter final tie, Bayern München have just 90 minutes to overturn their 2-3 deficit at Parc des Princes on Tuesday but those away goals could be devastating. Will Kylian Mbappé and Marquinhos put PSG two up inside the opening half-hour? Will it snow again? Make sure you know how to watch a PSG vs Bayern Munich live stream in 4K and from anywhere the world. The latest team news is that Bayern will be without star striker Robert Lewandowski and Jerome Boateng remains in doubt. Meanwhile, PSG are currently sweating on the fitness of Marquinhos, who limped off after scoring their second goal at the Allianz Arena last week. Bayern face an uphill struggle if they're to come back from 3-2 down against PSG but the German champions are confident that they can make it to the final four – and keep the dream of winning a second back-to-back Champions League title alive (Bayern were winners in 1974 and 1975, as well as 1976, 2001, 2013 and 2020). “We were the better team in the first leg but unfortunately the result didn’t correspond to the performance," Bayern defender Joshua Kimmich told reporters this week. "Nevertheless, I’m confident that we can still turn it around in the second leg.” It won't be easy. Having lost 1-0 to Bayern in last year's final under the tutelage of Thomas Tuchel, Pochettino's PSG are now on the cusp of taking revenge on the European and Bundesliga champions. But having narrowly avoided disaster against Barcelona in the last 16, can PSG hold it together? Injury-hit Bayern Munich travel to Paris looking to overturn a 3-2 first leg deficit against PSG. As coaching tensions rumble on, can the reigning champions keep Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and the like at bay? The two bosses both had their press conferences yesterday. Hansi Flick lamented his side's profligacy in the first leg but said Lucas Hernandez, Jerome Boateng, Leon Goretzka and Kingsley Coman should all be available for at least some part of the match. "We know we have to score at least two goals. It will be a tough task, but these are the games we play football for. We want to cause a mini upset in Paris. Of course, we'll be delighted if we manage that," he said. Mauricio Pochettino labelled Bayern "the best team in Europe" and said that he considers them "favorites" despite the first leg. He called for unity from a squad who have crumbled at key moments in this competition in the past. "I spoke about the collective attitude to keep the ball, but also the aptitude. We'll need both of those things tomorrow. Barça is in the past. Bayern is tomorrow's match, up against the best team in the world. It's obvious that a team such as there's will try to cause us problems. It's in such moments that we need to show strength, solidarity and solidity." "It will not only be necessary to defend, but also to keep the ball, to hurt the opponent," Pochettino said. "Barcelona is a thing of the past, it's Bayern against us, it's the best team in the world. Of course, Bayern will put us in difficulty. We must be strong, united." It is perhaps the tie of the round, as PSG and Bayern Munich once again lock horns in the Champions League quarter-finals. The first leg, during last week’s round of Champions League fixtures, saw PSG emerge with a 3-2 away victory in a pulsating clash between two of Europe’s top sides. While Bayern dominated much of the ball during the first encounter, it was PSG who were the most ruthless in front of goal, with Kylian Mbappé netting twice and then Marquinhos grabbing the other. It does put the Parisians in an excellent position to qualify to the semi-finals, although they will certainly not be complacent against the European champions. Whatever happens, expect goals, drama and high-quality action on show when the sides meet. How to watch TV channel: Tonight’s match will be televised live on BT Sport 3 and BT Sport Ultimate, with coverage beginning at 7:15pm. Live stream: BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the website or BT Sport app. What is the team news? Both teams are facing significant potential absences. PSG are without Marquinhos and Juan Bernat, while goalkeeper Keylor Navas is also a doubt after coming off at the weekend. Mauro Icardi and Layvin Kurzawa must be assessed before the match. Bayern are missing Robert Lewandowski and Corentin Tolisso, while Serge Gnabry will also be missing. There are doubts over Niklas Sule, Lucas Hernandez and Leon Goretzka, but Kingsley Coman should be fit to play. Jerome Boateng should also make the trip despite his own knock. PSG are likely to be without their best defender in Marquinhos but hope to have Marco Verratti back after another bout of coronavirus. Things are far worse for Bayern. With Robert Lewandowksi already out, Serge Gnabry won't return from isolation in time after his positive test for the virus. Howevever, left-back Lucas Hernandez, midfielder Leon Goretzka and winger Kingsley Coman could be ready in time. Not good. Just like in the first leg, Bayern will be without top scorer and world player of the year Lewandowski — as well as Gnabry, who is still recovering from a coronavirus infection. Choupo-Moting is likely to start again up front, but he will have to be more clinical if Bayern are to have a chance. And there are problems further back, too. Leon Goretzka faces a late fitness test which, should he fail, could see David Alaba move into midfield in his place, leaving another hole in defense. Niklas Süle is already out; but Jerome Boateng should recover from a slight knee problem suffered against Union Berlin at the weekend. If not, Javi Martinez could be pressed into action in the back four. Storylines PSG: No Marquinhos for PSG after he came out of the first leg with an injury. That means PSG will have to scramble at the back. Next to Presnel Kimpembe, we will likely see defensive midfielder Danilo, who played there last weekend in the 3-1 win over Strasbourg. If not, perhaps PSG go with Timothee Pembele. Regardless, somebody is going to have to step up in place of Marquinhos if PSG are to hold on. Bayern: With Robert Lewandowski out again as he recovers from injury, we may just again see Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting start at striker. The former PSG man looked solid in the first leg and got a goal, and he'll be counted on in this one. Bayern, overall, have to be a bit sharper in front of goal to have any chance of coming back. Expect them to get their looks and to have a great shot of advancing. Predicted line-ups PSG: Navas; Dagba, Danilo, Kimpembe, Diallo; Paredes, Gueye, Verratti; Di Maria, Neymar, Mbappe Bayern: Neuer; Pavard, Boateng, Alaba, Davies; Kimmich, Martinez; Sane, Muller, Coman, Choupo-Moting Prediction PSG to get the job finished this time around - proving to themselves as much as anything that they might go all the way this year. PSG 2-1 Bayern (agg 5-3).