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Dortmund v Legia: line-ups, where to watch, form guide

Dortmund hammered Legia 6-0 on matchday one but the Polish side have found form under new leadership and could capitalise with the hosts poised to ring the changes.

Dortmund v Legia: line-ups, where to watch, form guide
Dortmund v Legia: line-ups, where to watch, form guide ©AFP/Getty Images
  • Dortmund will top Group F if they win and Madrid fail to overcome Sporting CP
  • BVB beat Bayern 1-0 on Saturday and are eight games undefeated in all competitions
  • First-choice Dortmund keeper Roman Bürki ruled out with broken hand
  • Legia trail Sporting CP by two points in race for UEFA Europa League spot
  • Polish side, who held Real Madrid 3-3 last time out, are five matches unbeaten

Possible line-ups
Dortmund: Weidenfeller; Passlack, Ginter, Bartra, Durm/Schmelzer; Rode; Ramos, Castro, Pulišić, Dembélé; Aubameyang.
Out: S Bender (foot), Bürki (hand)
Doubtful: Schmelzer (cold), Durm (knee), Guerreiro (muscular problems)
Misses next match if booked
: Guerreiro

Legia: Malarz/Cierzniak; Bereszyński, Pazdan, Rzeźniczak, Hloušek; Guilherme, Kopczyński, Odjidja, Radović, Kucharczyk; Nikolić.
Out: Moulin (muscular problem)
Misses next match if booked
: Bereszyński, Guilherme

Where to watch
Fans can find their local UEFA Champions League broadcast partner(s) here

Highlights: Legia 0-6 Dortmund

Thomas Tuchel, Dortmund coach
Losing our No1 goalkeeper Roman Bürki is one of the worst things that could happen, with all due respect to, and trust in, [replacement] Roman Weidenfeller. It's the one position you never usually change.

We are already through to the next round and we will rotate some players and bring in fresh faces. We might have needed to do so even if we didn't have enough points.

With their change of coach, lots of things have changed at Legia: they used to play 4-1-4-1, now they have two holding midfielders. They have the confidence that only comes from winning games, so we will see a different side.

Highlights: Legia 3-3 Real Madrid

Jacek Magiera, Legia coach
We have to put [the matchday one defeat] to the back of our minds. We don't want to think about that any more. We are a different team now, even if the same players are playing. We are optimistic.

I saw Borussia against Bayern as well as their two previous Bundesliga games. They are a very good side, but we knew that already. We will have to put in a top performance to get a result.

It's important for us to build on our recent displays. If we avoid defeat, that would be great.

Aubameyang celebrates his goal against Bayern
Aubameyang celebrates his goal against Bayern©Getty Images

Weekend results
1-0 Bayern
(Aubameyang 11)
Dortmund beat Bayern for the first time in eight attempts, joint-top Bundesliga scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang making the difference with his 12th top-flight effort this term.

Jagiellonia 1-4 Legia (Romanchuk 90+2; Guilherme 39, Odjidja 62, Prijović 90, Kucharczyk 90+3)
It is now four wins, plus a draw with Madrid, in Legia's last five games after a stunning victory against the club who began Friday as Polish Ekstraklasa leaders. Vadis Odjidja scored his first top-flight goal since February 2014.

Form guide (all competitions, most recent first)
Dortmund: WWWDDD

Who will make your Team of the Year?

Reporter's view: Steffen Potter (@UEFAcomSteffenP)
BVB are going into this game after a massive win against Bayern, but Tuchel says that "legs and brains were tired" in Monday's training session. With his team already into the next round, he confirmed he will rotate so it is hard to predict what Dortmund side we will see on Tuesday. Expect Legia to arrive full of confidence after their surprise coup against the holders and they are surely out to prove a point as well after their 6-0 drubbing on matchday one. It has all the ingredients of a much more open contest.

Did you know?
Magiera was on the bench when Legia last visited Germany, for a 0-0 draw at  Schalke in the 2002/03 UEFA Cup second round. He had previously appeared as an 87th-minute substitute in Legia's 3-2 first-leg defeat. Read more in our extensive match background.