Today at the late hours of the night Bayern Munich will host Xavi's side, Bacelona at Allianz Arena for a Champions League Clash. The two sides are fit and well prepared for each other after they both won last week on the same competition. Bayern Munich won 2-0 against Inter Milan whereas Barcelona won 5-1 against Vistoria Plezen.
Barcelona also won 4-0 against Cadiz on Saturday in the Laliga competition. This shows that Barcelona have very high hopes of winning today's match with a wide goal difference. However, three Barcelona key players were not started on Saturday and therefore we all believe Xavi Harnadez might begin them today.
The three stars are Jules Kounde, Robert Lewadoski and Ousman Dembele. Dembele and Lewadoski combination duo has been giving opponents defenders a hard time to stop them. They were both substituted in in the second half during the match against Cadiz and they both scored.
What are your predictions on this match? Write down on the comments box.
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