Match of the week: Barcelona-Bayern
By cy.Reporter, 26 October, 2022
BARCELONA-BAGERN MUNICH, 5th round of the Champions League, stadium: "Camp Nou" cytavision3
Barcelona hosts Bayern Munich for the Thursday matchday of the Champions League groups, which can be decisive for the continuation of the Blaugrana in the institution, if earlier Inter has not won against Viktoria Plzen.
She is waiting on her handset...
With the sole goal of victory, Barcelona will line up against Bayern Munich. Xavi's side only want a win to keep their hopes of qualifying for the next stage alive, however, if Inter beat Viktoria Plzen earlier then the win will be meaningless as last weekend's home draw with the Italians will it has been fatal. The psychology of the "Blaugrana" is not at a good level, as the away defeat in the "classic" with 3-1 by Real Madrid intervened and there is already enough grumbling which can multiply today.
He wants a first win
Only Bayern Munich is not indifferent at the Camp Nou. The Bavarians want a victory to "lock" the first place in the group and not wait for the last match to face the Italians for the top of the group. Bayern seem to be finding their way into the season after winning the league and Champions League, despite significant absences from the likes of Sane and Neuer.
Plus and minus
+At home for the two Champions League matches, Barcelona have scored eight goals.
-If Inter beat Victoria, then there will be no motivation for Barcelona
+It comes from an away win in the league and a home win in the Champions League.
-She has conceded in her last five games in three of them in all competitions.
In the last five matches in all competitions, Barcelona have three wins, one draw and one loss
In the last five matches in all competitions, Bayern Munich have four wins and one draw
Robert Lewandowski has scored in Barcelona's last two Champions League games.
In the last eight meetings with Barcelona, Bayern Munich has seven wins
Barcelona have won two, drawn four and lost four at home in their last 10 games in European competitions
In four of Barcelona's five games in all competitions there have been more than 2.5 goals scored.
Barcelona: Ter Stegen, Balde, Marcos Alonso, Coute, Bejerin, Busquets, De Jong, Pedri, Dembele, Fati, Lewandowski
Bayern Munich: Ulreich, Pavar, Upamecano, De Ligt, Davies, Musiala, Kimmich, Goretzka, Miller, Mane, Coman