The Ligue 1 leaders won the first leg 3-2 in Germany, with the game overshadowed by the bomb attack on the Dortmund bus the day previous.
Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel hit out at Uefa after the first leg, insisting his players need more than the 22-hour postponement but spoke this week of his players' readiness to compete this week.
The game is available to non-subscribers on BT Sport Showcase as Dortmund aim to overcome Monaco's away-goals advantage.
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 manager Thomas Tuchel: "We've got this out of our system now and we're more stable emotionally.
"All that happened last week has made us stronger. Now we have to play well and I'm convinced we can do that. We're ready and focused.
"We know it will be very tough, but we have the energy and confidence we need to get a result.
Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim: "Our head must be on tomorrow only, nothing else. We are 90 minutes away from qualifying.
"The players are very professional and we will work to maintain the momentum, even if our load is large. But we expect a much stronger Dortmund team."
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