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FC Barcelona vs AC Milan: Road to the Champions League’s Round of 16

This Wednesday’s match will bring together two of the continent’s most storied football teams for what is considered to be a classic in European football, a Barça vs Milan showdown. A victory for FC Barcelona would see the Catalans qualify for the next round of the competition. Adriano Correia has been declared fit for this evening's match against the Italians. Tata Martino has named a total of 20 players to the team for this evening’s game. Rotations are expected, but perhaps not as many as usual. AC Milan, with Balotelli ready for action, have been unable to win in their last four matches.

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06 November 2013 03:24 PM

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Roger Bogunyà

Barcelona (FCB).- This Wednesday’s match will bring together two of the continent’s most storied football teams for what is considered to be a classic in European football, a Barça v Milan showdown. A victory for FC Barcelona would see the Blaugrana qualify for the next round of the competition. What more could you ask for?


20-man team

Barça’s Manager, Tata Martino, has named a total of 20 players to the team for this evening’s match. The good news is that Adriano Correia is match fit after he missed the Barcelona derby on Friday against Espanyol. Only Oier, Cuenca and the injured players –Alba, Dos Santos and Afellay– didn’t make the team. Rotations are expected, but perhaps not as many as usual.

Allegri under fire

AC Milan don’t come into the match at the Camp Nou on their best form. The Milanese team are currently 12th in the Italian table and they are closer to the relegation zone (3 points away) than they are to the spots that give direct access to European play next season (10 points). Unable to win in their last four games, there’s speculation that the AC Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri could possibly be sacked.

AC Milan travelled to the Catalan capital with Mario Balotelli, who missed the match at the San Siro stadium, and Kaká and Robinho. Sumidero, who’s been out of action for three months, is also back with the team, while El Shaarawy is still injured.

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  • Leo Messi and Dani Alves are likely to play this Wednesday evening against AC Milan (by FC Barcelona)

  • Leo Messi and Dani Alves are likely to play this Wednesday evening against AC Milan (by FC Barcelona)