Barcelona vs Galatasary
High-flying Spanish FC Barcelona will be aiming to give their fans yet another reason for celebration and optimism when they will be hosting Galatasaray in the Europa League football game of round of 16, first leg. Barcelona are on a five-match winning streak in all competitions this season and they are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against Galatasary. A key and very important player to keep an eye on in the home team will be Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, while fellow new recruits Torres and Adama Traore are pushing for a starting XI this evening.
Ansu Fati and Roberto remain in the recovery room and all of them will not take any part in this Mammoth football clash. Galatasaray face an daunting task in the first leg, and seeing that Barcelona have turned their Camp Nou into a real fortress since January this year, anything but a routine home Victory would be a major surprise to the world of football. Ryan Babel should be recalled to the starting XI this evening, while Feghouli, Turan, and Yilmaz should miss out with injuries for the he football team.
PREDICTIONS Barcelona win 4-1
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