The fixture was postponed yesterday after explosions outside the German club's hotel damaged the team’s bus.
The game is available to non-subscribers on BT Sport Showcase as Thomas Tuchel's side attempt to get the better of their Ligue 1 rivals during what will be an emotionally charged occasion.
Monaco dumped Manchester City out in the last round and plenty of Premier League fans will be keen to see how Arsenal target Kylian Mbappe's talents fare in the last-eight.
Freeview viewers can tune in on channel 59 while the game is also set to be shown on BT TV (409), Sky (414) and Virgin (548).
BTsport.com will broadcast the game via a live stream.
What they're saying
Borussia Dortmund defender Raphael Guerrero: "It's a clash between two teams that have a number of similarities. I don't know who the favourites are."
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Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim: "My opinion is that we're not favourites.
"I think there are two quality teams with a lot of missing players, it's not easy to play all these competitions every three days with this intensity.
"But it's not possible to put our reserve team out to face Dortmund. We need to play to our maximum."
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