Barcelona are once more back in Champions League action, and face leaders of the Ukranian First Division, Dynamo Kyiv. Barcelona come into this fixture off the back of more dropped points in La Liga, but know that a victory here in the Champions League would all but seal our place in the last 16, due to our rampant start to the competition.
However, one of the main stories going into this fixture is Dynamo Kyiv’s big absences. Indeed, the Ukranian side have arrived in Barcelona with just 13 first team players available, and several key players missing due to the coronavirus, injuries and suspensions.
Koeman’s side will surely look to take advantage of what will be a weakened Dynamo Kyiv eleven, and should really look to not only get 3 points here, but also secure a dominant performance. Culés will be hoping to see Sergiño Dest, Miralem Pjanić, and also Pedri feature in this one.