The date of the Bayern Munich and Red Bull match today

The date of the Bayern Munich and Red Bull match in the Champions League

The match against Bayern Munich will happen precisely after the 1-1 draw in the first leg last month as Kingsley Coman provided the late equalizer for Bayern after Chokobweke Adamu sent the hosts in front in the 21st minute. In the first leg, Red Bull tied 1-1 Bayern Munich and the match is scheduled for 11 00:00 pm Saudi time, 10:00 pm Egypt time, and 9:00 pm Algeria and Morocco time.

Bayern Munich Vs Red Bull.

Tournament: UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Rematch.

Channels that broadcast the match: beIN Premium 2HD.

Venue: Allianz Arena.

Commentator: Issam Shawali.

Match details

Bayern were far from their best in the first leg last month but pulled in a late equaliser through Koeman and the result left them 22 matches away in the competition unbeaten and they would be delusional about their chances of finishing the job ahead of them. Supporters on Wednesday night.

The Bundesliga champions won all of their six matches in Group E to finish top of the division, beating Barcelona twice in the process and the club play in the knockout stage of this competition for the 18th time.

Last season, Bayern were knocked out in the quarter-finals by Paris Saint-Germain and have already reached the quarter-finals or better in nine of the last 10 seasons, so it would be a big surprise if the German player was not present in the eight with the underdog Salzburg in the draw.

Bayern won all five of their home matches in the competition against their Austrian guest and scored 15 goals in the process including a 3-1 win over Salzburg when the two teams met in the 2020-21 group stage while they netted six goals against Austria in the first leg.

And coach Julian Nagelsmann’s team will enter this competition after its 1-1 draw with Bayer Leverkusen in the German League on Saturday, which made it nine points ahead of Borussia Dortmund, who is second in the table.

Salzburg booked their place in the Champions League knockout round this season after finishing second in Group G and collecting 10 points from their six matches against Lille, Sevilla and Wolfsburg.

The Red Bulls, making their first round of 16 game, have been in good shape since last month’s first leg as they won two of their three league games including a 4-0 win over Reindorf Alttach on Saturday.

Salzburg have already faced a German opponent twice in the competition this season, beating Wolfsburg 3-1 in the group stage at home before losing 2-1 in the reverse game in Germany and will need a famous result on Tuesday to advance to the quarter-finals.

Matthias Gisele’s side, who won their eighth consecutive Bundesliga title last season, were excellent at home in the group stage of this season’s Champions League but have only taken one point on their travels, a worrying record ahead of Allianz’s trip.

Salzburg has also lost nine of its last 15 European matches during its travels while losing in six of its last nine matches in Germany, taking just two wins in the process.

Team news

Bayern will again miss Corentin Tolisso, Manuel Neuer, Alphonso Davies and Leon Goretzka on Tuesday night due to injury.

Otherwise, the Bundesliga champions are in good shape as Thomas Muller returned from illness on Saturday and the German is expected to appear in an attacking position for the home team.

Serge Gnabry and Koeman played at full-back in the first leg with Salzburg and that is expected to be the case again in this match with Leroy Sane and Muller working behind Robert Lewandowski.

Meanwhile, Tolisso’s absence will open the door for Jamal Musiala to appear in the midfield alongside Joshua Kimmich.

As for Salzburg, the long list of injuries included Albert False, Sekou Quetta, Osman Diakite, Brian Okoh, Benjamin Sisko, Jerome Onegin, Noah Okafor and Omar Sollet.

Okafor and Sollet both started the first leg in Austria but the former was absent recently with a hamstring problem while the latter is unlikely to be available due to a muscle issue.

Adamou could appear alongside Karim Adeyemi in the final third of the field while Sollet’s expected absence in defense would open the door for Kamel Pyatkowski.

Possible Bayern Munich starting lineup:

Ulrich, Pavard, Sully, Hernandez, Gnabry, Kimmich, Musiala, Koeman, Muller, Sane, Lewandowski

Possible squad for Red Bull Salzburg:

Kuhn / Christensen / Pyatkowski / Whooper / Olmer / Camara / Capaldo / Aaronson / Seewald / Adeyemi

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