Bundesliga 2020 LIVE: follow minute by minute German football on its return today Saturday MINUTE to MINUTE on earlyintime.com. Follow the return of the Bundesliga 2020 LIVE and LIVE today Saturday.\u00a0Watch the broadcast of the games via FOX Sports, ESPN 2, and more. Bundesliga 2020 LIVE The\u00a0Bundesliga 2019-20 returns, today Saturday LIVE and LIVE around the world. Follow the main incidents, the MINUTE by MINUTE, and all the programming on the earlyintime.com\u00a0website.\u00a0You can enjoy STREAMING of matchday 26 in Germany via FOX Sports and ESPN 2.\u00a0Borussia Dortmund\u00a0and Schalke 04 open the curtain, while\u00a0Bayern Munich\u00a0will visit Union Berlin on Sunday, May 17.\u00a0Do not miss any detail. The German Bundesliga is restarted this Saturday after a 66-day interruption and with many things at stake, which go beyond what is strictly sports and beyond the fight for the title fought by Bayern, Borussia Dortmund, and RB Leipzig. To watch live football like this match, you have different alternatives for streaming service and TV channels that we will present below. BUNDESLIGA: DATES, TIMETABLE AND CHANNELS SATURDAY MAY 16 \tBorussia Dortmund vs.\u00a0Schalke 04\u00a0(8:30 am \/ ESPN 2) \tRB Leipzig vs.\u00a0Freiburg\u00a0(8:30 am \/ ESPN 2 Deferred) \tHoffenheim vs.\u00a0Hertha Berlin\u00a0(8:30 am \/ FOX Sports 2) \tFortuna Dusseld\u00f6rf vs.\u00a0Paderborn\u00a0(8:30 am \/ ESPN 2) \tAugsburg vs.\u00a0Wolfsburg\u00a0(8:30 am \/ FOX Sports Deferred) \tEintracht Frankfurt vs.\u00a0Borussia Monchengladbach\u00a0(11:30 am \/ ESPN 2) SUNDAY, MAY 17 \tCologne vs.\u00a0Mainz 05\u00a0(8:30 am \/ FOX Sports 2) \tUnion Berlin vs.\u00a0Bayern Munich\u00a0(11:00 am \/ ESPN 2) MONDAY, MAY 18 \tWerder Bremen vs.\u00a0Bayer Leverkusen (1:30 pm \/ ESPN 2) The plan to return, with matches behind closed doors and with strict preventive measures such as frequent tests of the players, will have to show from the weekend that it works not only on paper but also in reality.\u00a0Those responsible for the\u00a0German Football League\u00a0(\u00a0DFL\u00a0) are aware that, although the goal is to end the season, you must also be prepared for the worst. Initially, it was thought to decide today on what would be done, regarding the descent, in case the season had to be postponed but the clubs have asked to postpone the decision.\u00a0What it is now is to prepare for the games on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday and, as far as possible, focus on sports goals. DORTMUND-SCHALKE, THE MATCH TO SEE The derby of the Ruhr area, between\u00a0Borussia Dortmund\u00a0and\u00a0Schalke, is undoubtedly the highlight of Saturday afternoon.\u00a0Dortmund\u00a0sporting director\u00a0Sebastian Kehl has called the match the "weirdest derby in history."\u00a0Both live a lot from their public, they usually grow in their own stadium and, although playing behind closed doors is a challenge, for them it is possible that the disadvantage will be more noticeable. The\u00a0Dortmund\u00a0is second with four points behind\u00a0Bayern, and, with nine days, still dreams of the title of the\u00a0Bundesliga, which would be the first since 2012. In principle, the\u00a0Dortmund\u00a0as favorites but will have two major casualties , both due to muscle injuries, which are those of Emre Can and Axel Witsel.\u00a0To these is added that of Captain Marco Reus, who has not yet recovered. The\u00a0Schalke, meanwhile, is currently sixth and struggling to stay in the boxes that give qualifying for the Europa League.\u00a0The\u00a0RB Leipzig, umpire in the fight for the title with five points behind Bayern, will\u00a0also receive on Saturday afternoon at the\u00a0Freiburg. UNI\u00d3N-BAYERN, THE BEST OF SUNDAY The leader,\u00a0Bayern Munich, will visit\u00a0Union Berlin\u00a0on\u00a0Sunday\u00a0in the last game of the weekend.\u00a0By the time the season was interrupted,\u00a0Bayern\u00a0had become intractable and the question now is to what extent can it get back on track although that is something that is valid now for all teams. On the other hand, the pause has given\u00a0Bayern\u00a0something positive,\u00a0which is the return of their scorer Robert Lewandowski, who was out at the time of the interruption.\u00a0Now, recovered and in shape, he is expected to come out as a starter. Although the\u00a0Union\u00a0this season has shown itself capable of annoying the greats\u00a0-\u00a0Dortmund\u00a0defeated\u00a0-\u00a0Bayern's\u00a0favoritism\u00a0is clear.\u00a0The Bavarians have two casualties from potentially titular players\u00a0Philippe Coutinho\u00a0and\u00a0Corentin\u00a0Tolisso.