Schalke 04 vs Dynamo Dresden: Live Stream, TV Channel, Betting Odds, Start Time of German Cup DFB Pokal Match

Schalke 04 will take on Dynamo Dresden in a German Cup match on Monday, August 18.

Kick-off time is 2:30 p.m. EDT (8:30 p.m. CET) at Glücksgas Stadion.

The game will be broadcast on ARD Das Erste and Sky Go in Germany.

The game will also air on ESPN3 in the United States.

Live streaming is available on Watch ESPN.

Schalke are 1/2 to win the game, as compared to 7/1 for Dresden.

AP: Stuttgart sides both lose in German Cup

BERLIN—Borussia Dortmund defeated third-division Stuttgarter Kickers 4-1 in the first round of the German Cup on Saturday, while Bundesliga side Stuttgart lost 2-0 at second-tier Bochum.

Dortmund defender Lukasz Piszczek crossed for Henrikh Mkhitaryan to score on the half hour, though the home side created the better chances before the break.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang capitalized on a defensive mistake to make it 2-0 in the 55th, five minutes before Kickers striker Randy Edwini-Bonsu pulled one back.

Aubameyang all but sealed the result with his second in the 78th and Adrian Ramos completed the scoring in the 89th.

Marco Reus started for Dortmund after recovering from the left ankle injury that forced him out of Germany’s World Cup-winning campaign.

With the exception of Stuttgart’s loss to Bochum, the second division’s early leader, results went as expected.

Borussia Moenchengladbach and Hannover had 3-1 victories over fourth-tier sides Homburg and Astoria Walldorf, respectively, and Hertha Berlin beat fourth-tier Viktoria Cologne 4-2.

Former Real Madrid striker Joselu scored twice on his competitive debut for Hannover, which had defender Marcelo sent off in the first half.

Cologne, back in the Bundesliga this season, enjoyed a 4-0 win over fourth-division FT Braunschweig.

Second-division sides St. Pauli and Eintracht Braunschweig both won against fifth-tier opposition. St. Pauli beat Optik Rathenow 3-1 while Braunschweig won at Bremer SV 1-0.

Another second-division side, Greuther Fuerth, won 3-0 at sixth-tier SV Waldkirch — the lowest ranked side in action on Saturday.

Second-division Kaiserslautern was playing third-tier SV Wehen Wiesbaden later, before Frankfurt sides Eintracht and FSV played at fourth-tier sides Viktoria Berlin and Siegen.

Bayern Munich, which defeated Dortmund in last season’s final, opens its defence at third-division Preussen Muenster on Sunday.