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Barcelona v PSG: Champions League preview

Aggregate: Barcelona 0-4 PSG

Barcelona will attempt the improbable on Wednesday night as they look to overturn a four goal deficit from the first leg.

Luis Enrique’s side suffered a shock defeat in Paris three weeks ago, and are all but out of the competition.

PSG swept aside their opponents with goals from Angel Di Maria (2), Julian Draxler and Edinson Cavani.

Barcelona have won all four of their matches since, climbing to the top of the La Liga table. After humiliation in the first leg, the Barca players will want to, at the very least, restore some pride.

Unai Emery’s side have drawn one and won three of their four matches since the first leg, including Saturday’s 1-0 win over Nancy. Cavani scored his 37th goal of the season to keep the Parisians second in Ligue 1.

A bad omen for Barcelona fans: A 4-0 loss from the first leg has never been overturned in the second leg in the history of European competitions.

Incredible offer on Barcelona to beat PSG

Incredible offer on Barcelona to beat PSG

Team news

Arda Turan and Javier Mascherano come back into contention having missed the first leg through injury.

Barcelona will be without Aleix Vidal and Jeremy Mathieu who are both sidelined with ankle injuries.

Ivan Rakitic began the first leg on the bench and is likely to come back into the starting line-up.

Thiago Motta could feature for the Parisians having returned to training after a calf injury.

Di Maria and Adrian Rabiot both missed Saturday’s victory but are expected to be OK for Wednesday night.

PSG captain Thiago Silva missed the first leg through injury and is likely to start at the Camp Nou.

Barcelona predicted line-up

PSG predicted line-up

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Barcelona 2-1 PSG