Barcelona will be playing host to PSG in the return leg of the round of 16 UEFA Champions League fixture at Camp Nou on Wednesday 8th March, the Spaniards hoping to overturn a 0 – 4 loss suffered in the first leg in France on 14th February. Ahead of the game, it promises to be a thoroughly entertaining clash with all that is at stake. PSG was the last team to beat Barcelona and the Catalans have gone on to win four straight games after that. Barcelona are unbeaten at home since October 2016 and have three straight wins heading to this clash. They have scored in each of the last five home matches, netting a total of 17 goals and conceding just three. PSG also head to the game on a very good record, with four wins and a draw in the last five matches. They have an even better run away from home, with five wins in five. Their last five games away from home have yielded 17 goals and they have conceded just twice. They have as well scored in each of the five way games and take to Camp Nou an unbeaten run of 17 matches. Indeed, the Parisians haven’t lost in 2017. Barcelona will be without Jeremy Mathieu and Aleix Vidal in the match while Thiago Motta and Adrien Rabiot are out for PSG. The two sides have met eight times before and Barcelona have three wins while PSG have two wins.
Both teams head to the clash on the back of good runs; PSG holds the advantage and the fact that they have never lost on aggregate at this stage gives them an upper hand. However, Barcelona, seeking revenge after the first leg loss is sure to win this clash. Barca may get a win but not enough to overturn the deficit приложение 1win.