Dortmund vs Bayern Munich FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for TODAY’S huge Bundesliga clash – The Sun

DORTMUND and Bayern Munich meet for potentially the biggest game of the Bundesliga season.

Bayern are chasing an eighth consecutive league title and hold all the aces, going into this one leading the hosts by four points in the table.

Defeat for Dortmund could see the Bundesliga crown heading to Bayern once again, but three points for BVB and the title race is truly on.

Both sides have made a flawless restart to their league programme, picking up comfortable victories in their last two matches.

When is Dortmund vs Bayern?

  • This huge game in the Bundesliga title race is set for TODAY – Tuesday, May 26.
  • Kick-off is set for 5.30pm.
  • When the sides met at the Allianz earlier in the season, Bayern ran out emphatic 4-0 winners.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

  • Here in the UK, you can watch this game live on BT Sport 1.
  • Coverage will start at 5pm.
  • If you're a BT customer or have BT Broadband, you can download the official app to stream on a number of devices.
  • These include mobiles, tablet, PCs and games consoles.

How can I watch for free?

Every Bundesliga game this week is being shown live on BT Sport.

And if you're an EE customer, you can watch the remainder of the campaign for FREE.

Simply text SPORT to 150 and get a free three-month trial to BT Sport mobile.

What is the team news?

After being benched for the past two games, Jadon Sancho is set to be unleashed in this clash.

Mats Hummels got a knock against Wolfsburg and it remains to be seen if he is fit to face his old club.

Axel Witsel is a doubt, while Marco Reus is set to be out for the remainder of the campaign.

For the visitors, Thiago looks set to miss out again which leaves the door open for Leon Goretzka to impress.

While Philippe Coutinho also sits this one out after undergoing surgery on his ankle last month.

Match odds

  • Dortmund to win – 13/5
  • Draw – 3/1
  • Bayern to take three points – 20/23
  • Both teams to score – 4/11
  • Over 2.5 goals – 4/11

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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Wolfsburg vs Dortmund FREE: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time

DORTMUND head to Wolfsburg as they continue their quest for the Bundesliga title.

Lucien Favre's side were extremely impressive as they swept rivals Schalke aside 4-0 in last week's Revierderby.

That result had for a time closed them to within a point of Bayern Munich, but the defending champions stretched their title advantage to 4 points with victory over Union Berlin.

The hosts were in good form before Covid-19 struck and picked up where they left off, overcoming relegation-threatened Augsburg 2-1.

When is Wolfsburg vs Dortmund?

  • This game is part of the Bundesliga's packed schedule on Saturday, May 23.
  • Kick-off in an empty Volkswagen Arena is set for 2.30pm BST.
  • Dortmund have won on their last four visits to this ground, with Wolfsburg's last win over BVB back in 2015.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

  • Catch this game live on BT Sport 1 here in the UK.
  • Coverage will start at 2pm BST.
  • If you're a BT customer or have their broadband package, you can stream BT Sport by downloading the official app.

How can I watch for free?

Saturday is set to be a packed football feast from Germany, with BT Sport showing all four games broadcast at 2.30pm.

If you're an EE phone customer, you can watch all of them for FREE – and the rest of the season.

Simply text SPORT to 150 for a three-month BT Sport mobile trial, which includes the ability to cast to your TV.

What is the team news?

Both Yannick Gerhardt and club captain Josuha Guilavogui are out for the hosts through injury.

While Daniel Ginczek, who scored the late winner at Augsburg, may make way for the returning Wout Weghorst.

Jadon Sancho looks to have shaken off a lingering groin problem and is set to start.

While Marco Reus looks set to miss the remainder of the season for BVB.

Match odds

  • Wolfsburg to win on home soil – 13/4
  • Draw at the Volkswagen Arena – 14/5
  • Dortmund to get crucial three points – 3/4
  • Both teams to score – 4/7

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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Free streaming service trials to keep the family entertained during lockdown – The Sun

IN need of some new entertainment but don’t want to fork out a fortune?

Keeping the household amused and enthralled right now is proving tricky and many of us are trying not to spend on unnecessary buys.

If you’ve blitzed through your DVD box sets, bookshelves and music library over the last few weeks, here’s a list of free trials to get you through the next few weeks . . .

AMAZON PRIME: Whether you’re self-isolating or just can’t get out to the shops, if you sign up for Amazon Prime’s 30-day free trial, you’re sure to find what you need and more.
Purchases come with unlimited one-day delivery as well as access to Prime video and music. After your trial is up, you’ll be charged £7.99 a month, unless you remember to cancel your subscription.

KINDLE UNLIMITED: Find plenty of new reading material with a Kindle Unlimited subscription, which gives access to more than a million books, as well as magazines and audiobooks.
You can get two months for free if you sign up now, and once your two months are up it will cost £7.99 a month, so be sure to set a reminder to cancel if you don’t want to pay.

BRITBOX: If you’re after a binge-worthy box set, sign up to the 30-day free trial of BritBox, where you can stream the best British series from the BBC and ITV. After your trial it will cost £5.99 a month.

SPOTIFY: Whether you want backing singers for your vocals in the shower or a sassy girl band to accompany your baking, Spotify has music for all occasions. You can create an account for free, or to get rid of the ads, sign up for a 30-day trial of one of its premium accounts. After the trial it will cost £9.99 a month.

NOW TV: The service offers a choice of five passes, each of which comes with a free seven-day trial. There’s entertainment, Sky Sports and Cinema, kids’ TV and Hayu video streaming. The post-trial price depends on which you pick.

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NFL Draft 2020: Odds, free bets and betting prediction for this year’s draft – The Sun

THE NFL DRAFT is the biggest weekend in every college players career.

It is the time when many dreams will come true and you can follow it all on Sky Sports from Thursday 23rd April.

The draft sees all last years top college prospects in with a chance of making it to the big time and into the NFL.

All 32 franchises will take it in turns to select a player to take their shot at making the teams final roster before the start of the 2020 season in August.

Originally set to be held in Las Vegas, this years NFL draft will be 'fully virtual' with all club staff operating from the comfort of their own home during the three day event.

As is tradition, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will announce the first pick of the 2020 draft from his home in New York.

Joe Burrow is widely expected to go no.1 in this years draft and is priced 1/100 to do so.

The LSU Quarterback comfortably won the Heisman trophy last year and looks nailed on to become the Bengals franchise quarterback next season.

Arguably however, the best player in this years draft is Chase Young.

The pass-rushing extraordinaire from Ohio State looks set to be selected no.2 by the Redskins and is 1/5 to not still be on the board when Detroit come knocking at pick 3.

Other big names that look set to go early on in the draft are Justin Herbert, Tua Tagovailoa and Jeff Okudah.

Tua is the interesting one out of all of these as if it wasn't for the injury last year and the restrictions currently in place for him to visit teams in person and prove his fitness, he could well have been in the reckoning to go number 1 overall.

In many experts mock drafts, he is expected to fall down to no.5 for Miami to pick up or even no.6 if the Dolphins choose to play it more conservative and go with Justin Herbert.

You can get 7/20 on Tua being the 2nd QB off the board and 9/5 for Justin Herbert.

Number 1 Overall Pick Odds

Joe Burrow – 1/100

Chase Young – 20/1

Tua Tagovailoa – 25/1

Justin Herbert – 30/1


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Families face delays for free school meal supermarket vouchers due to IT problems – The Sun

HARD-up families entitled to free school meals are having to wait up to a week for their supermarket vouchers due to IT problems.

Under the scheme, struggling families should receive vouchers worth £15 a week per child.

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But the system has been plagued by errors, despite an upgrade to the database delivering the vouchers.

The Edenred website that runs the scheme was rebuilt over the bank holiday weekend to increase capacity, said the Department for Education (DfE).

But some schools say they are still struggling to log on.

Yesterday, Danny Sohal, business and resources manager at Chiswick School, in west London, told the BBC vouchers the school had ordered on April 7 had finally been approved – although not yet emailed to parents.

Meanwhile, its April 8 orders had still not been processed.


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He said attempts to log on to the platform were still being met with error messages, while telephone queues were over an hour long.

After finally getting through, he was told that the error messages were being sent to try to limit traffic to the site.

Mr Sohal was advised that this would allow Edenred to work through the backlog, which, could be up to 16million vouchers.

The Sun has also seen numerous teachers and school business managers in England complain about the problem on social media in recent days.

One Twitter user wrote: "Uploaded my orders last week and been trying to approve them ever since!

"Managed to approve three orders this morning, took about an hour as the site was so slow.

"Now crashed again and getting the error message again for the 4th order. This is horrendous."

While another added: "Our vouchers have been ‘pending’ for six days.

"Tried to phone #edenred it rings twice then instant hang up.

"We were given 48 hours to arrange the closure of our schools, safeguarding and provision for KW.

"How is this taking them so long? It’s as if they really don’t care."

Harrow Way School in Andover, Hampshire also tweeted yesterday: "We have now sent two weeks worth of vouchers via e-mail (for last week and this week) to parents of our students eligible for free school meals.

"We're sorry for the delay."

A DfE spokesperson told The Sun: "We know that the free school meal voucher system is delivering for thousands of schools.

"We continue to work closely with our supplier Edenred to resolve any outstanding issues quickly.

Around 1.3million children around the UK currently get free school meals, usually because their parents get certain benefits, such as Universal Credit or working tax credit.

Children in reception, year 1 and year 2 automatically get free school meals if they attend a government funded school.

Just over a week ago, ministers announced the voucher scheme would run over the Easter holidays too.

But thousands of school children under the age of seven will miss out during the coronavirus crisis.

The scheme launched on March 31 – here's all you need to know about getting the vouchers.

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Free online workout classes from yoga to cardio during the coronavirus

If you’re like us, you’re going stir-crazy while being homebound due to the coronavirus outbreak, and the more you sit on the couch, the more you want to find ways to work out. Here are a few options for online workouts:

24 Hour Fitness

This chain has closed all of its 440 gyms around the country, but members and non-members can maintain their fitness through its free personalized training app, 24GO. The app will ask you a few questions about your fitness goals, and it provides access to more than 1,500 workouts and content tailored to your needs. Some streaming workout options on other sites are focused on body weight movements, but this one will ask what equipment you have at home and will share workouts to make use of what you have.

24 Hour Fitness also is developing a touch-free check-in procedure for when clubs reopen, because their check-ins previously involved a fingerprint scan.

Planet Fitness

One of the country’s largest gym chains is offering free home “work-ins” on Facebook Live daily at 5 p.m. MDT. Previously streamed workouts are available on the Facebook page. Workouts are open to anyone, including those who aren’t Planet Fitness members, and typically last around half an hour.


Peloton became a national phenomenon with its online community cycling workouts, but its app provides access to thousands of live and on-demand, full-body workouts that do not involve a bike. A description on the website says they cover a mix of running, strength, toning, yoga, meditation and outdoor workouts, adding that they include live studio workouts in New York City and London. Peloton is currently offering new users free 90-day trials.

Daily Burn

Daily Burn, a virtual workout site with monthly subscriptions, is currently offering a free 60-day trial. Daily Burn’s website touts its energetic, full-body group workouts available for all fitness levels.

After entering details about you and your fitness goals, Daily Burn says it will tailor programs for you, including a schedule of workout videos to follow and nutrition plans. Class options include intro to exercise, cardio strength, yoga basics, barre, muscle building, beginner Pilates, cardio kickboxing, high-intensity training and flexibility.

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Two days after closing locations nationwide last week, Orangetheory began posting daily workouts on its website. According to the website, Orangetheory will share daily 30-minute workouts featuring top coaches from around the world. You won’t need special equipment, but you might be asked to scrounge up some household objects to use in your workout. Thursday’s video included five blocks including warm-up, some cardio and flexibility focusing on legs.

Camp Gladiator

Camp Gladiator is a four-week outdoor group fitness program for all levels led by certified personal trainers with more than 4,000 locations nationwide. This fee-based program has launched free live at-home workouts on its Facebook page, three times a day on weekdays and once on Saturdays. Previous workouts are available on the Facebook page as well. You can also download printable 30-minute workouts from its website.


ClassPass, a subscription service that ordinarily enables users to visit a variety of boutique fitness studios, also hosts a library of virtual workouts. Right now, those 2,000+ audio and video workouts are free for everyone, no subscription required.

Corepower Yoga

The yoga franchise — which has 18 studios in Colorado, most in the Denver area — is offering free access to a “special weekly collection” of online classes. “Please share this with friends, family and anyone who could use a little yoga in their life right now,” Corepower Yoga said on its website.

Movement Climbing + Fitness

All of Movement’s gyms and climbing walls may be closed, but head to the company’s Facebook page, where trainers from Movement locations around the city are posting live, free daily workouts recorded in their own homes.

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De Blasio’s plan to free violent inmates is surely his most reckless ever

Mayor Bill de Blasio has had some hare-brained schemes in his day but surely nothing as reckless as his plan to free dangerous Rikers detainees onto city streets — amid a crisis, no less.

That all five district attorneys and the special narcotics prosecutor are ripping the plan is telling.

De Blasio says he needs to spring these inmates to stop the spread of the coronavirus in the jails. Yet the prosecutors blast him, for starters, for the “haphazard process” of choosing them. As of Sunday, the city had released about 650.

The inmates Team de Blasio sought to let out, as The Post has reported, included Jose Gonzalez, Christopher Ransom and Jagger Freeman. Gonzalez is accused of killing Bronx FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo with her own ambulance. Ransom and Freeman are accused of taking part in a Queens robbery that led to the friendly fire death of NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen.

The mayor’s office denies the three were on the list, but an aide to Queens DA Melinda Katz (who was elected on a criminal-justice reform platform) confirmed Ransom and Freeman and other sources Gonzalez.

Yes, some releases make sense — as we’ve argued before. (Close to 800 inmates have been quarantined, and there are nearly 200 confirmed cases.) But not accused killers or other violent inmates. That should be obvious.

Rather, de Blasio needs to do his job and take steps to protect inmates from the virus while also keeping them in custody — and off the streets.

Corrections union boss Elias Husamudeen suggests one way to do that: Retrofit the city’s jail barge as a hospital for inmates who test positive.

Whatever de Blasio and his aides decide, though, public safety must remain paramount. The pandemic is bad enough; the last thing the city needs now is for violent thugs to be roaming the streets.

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Uber to give 300,000 free rides and Uber Eats meals to NHS staff to say thanks – The Sun

UBER is giving away 300,000 free rides and Uber Eats meals to NHS staff to say thanks during the coronavirus crisis.

Overall, the heroes of the frontline can claim 200,000 free trips worth up to £15 each and 100,000 meals worth £10 for free.

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NHS workers can use the £10 voucher to order a hot meal from a local restaurant, or essential items from a nearby shop to get it delivered to your home or even the hospital.

The freebies are available in more than 150 towns and cities across the UK.

NHS workers will be offered up to 10 free taxi rides to get them to and from work and five free takeaway meals a week from Uber.

The rides and meals can be claimed by anyone with an NHS email address.

How to claim the free rides and meals

TO claim the freebies, you'll need to to create an Uber or Uber Eats account linked to your NHS or HSC email address.

To get a free ride, you then tap "wallet" on the Uber app, add the relevant promo code and order your car.

The promo code will change each week, but it's currently "NHSAPRIL20".

Once you've registered with your NHS or HSC email address on Uber Eats, you'll be sent a promo code for the free meals in an email.

Once you receive the email, simply click the link to add the promotion to your account.

You can find the full terms and conditions as well as the latest promo codes on Uber's website.

Just keep in mind that if either a ride costs more than £15 or the Uber Eats order costs more than £10, you'll have to pay the remaining balance yourself.

There's no end-date to the offer, but it'll be withdrawn once all the 300,000 free rides and meals have been claimed.

Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber's chief executive, said: "The incredible nurses, doctors and support staff of the NHS are doing heroic work at the forefront of this crisis, and everyone at Uber thanks them for their extraordinary efforts.

"We hope we can help in a small way with meals and transportation as they work tirelessly day and night.”


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Uber Eats' rival Deliveroo is also delivering 500,000 free meals to NHS workers on the coronavirus frontline.

While Just Eat is offering 25 per cent off to NHS staff as a way to say thanks.

We've rounded up the supermarkets that are opening just for NHS workers during the coronavirus crisis.

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