Andy Murray plays in the second round of Wimbledon today after defeating Nikoloz Basilashvili in four sets on Monday. 

The two-time former champion has made his return to the famed grass courts after years riddled with injury. 

He is set to face Germany's Oscar Otte this afternoon to fight for a place in the third round. 

Here's everything you need to know about Murray's match later today...

What time is Andy Murray's match today? 

Murray's match is scheduled to begin at 16:45 on centre court, but the start time is dependent on earlier matches running to time. 

Where can I watch the match? 

The match will be broadcast on BBC Two, with Sue Barker presenting the Wimbledon coverage.

Who is Murray against? 

Murray will face Oscar Otte in the second round match at the All England club. 

Otte will likely be tired after playing a match which spanned two days and five long sets against France's Arthur Rinderknech.

The German, who has never made it inside the top 100 rankings, eventually came out victorious on Tuesday evening, but this has not left him much time to recover which could play to Murray's advantage. 

On paper, the match is more in Murray's favour than his first round against Basilashvili, however Otte showed serious grit and determination to reach the second round which should not be underestimated.