Coach Luis Enrique believes Barcelona can "score six" to create Champions League history by overturning a four-goal deficit in their last 16 second-leg tie against Paris St-Germain.
The goal for PSG is relatively obvious here.
They aren't a side used to sitting in and they'll score with Edison Cavani such a threat on the counter, so I can see a few goals here.
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PSG seemed certain to go through after Edinson Cavani scored a valuable away goal following Barcelona's opening salvo of three goals.
Luis Suarez was also bullish as he claimed if there is one team capable of mounting a historic comeback it is Barcelona.
Chasing three more goals, Barcelona made a change as Arda Turan came on for Iniesta and Suarez nearly got another before his effort was cleared off the line by Marquinhos.
By announcing his decision to leave at the end of the season, Enrique has calmed the storm that raged as Barca were torn apart by a faster, more determined and precise PSG.
Things are not looking good for Barcelona. The front 3 of Messi, Suarez and Neymar picks itself, despite a very under par performance from them all 3 weeks ago.
PSG midfielders Adrien Rabiot, Angel Di Maria and Thiago Motta are in the squad having recovered from their respective injuries. They look so much more creative, so much more adventurous. The other option (if needed) could be filled by Krychowiak or the talented youngster Nkunku.
The agent of Marquinhos has put Barcelona on alert for the player by revealing that contract talks with current club Paris Saint Germain have reached an impasse.
Speaking at the French champions' prematch news conference, Matuidi recognised the threat posed by the likes of Lionel Messi but insisted PSG are not frozen with fear. Since moving to Paris though, he has been superb.
This is a very unusual game to predict because it is not often that there is such a large margin in the aggregate scores at this level of competition.
"I have the same confidence in my team as before the first leg and the same respect for Barcelona".
Lionel Messi and Barcelona is "the flawless marriage" as club director Ariedo Braida insisted the five-time Ballon d'Or victor will not leave the La Liga giants.