FC Barcelona broke their 3yrs unbeaten run against Cadiz FC over weekend with a 0-4 win away from home. The victory has now cemented Barca’s new found winning formula and made a statement of intent in their league challenge.
The Catalan giants will now look to replicate same form again far from home at Alianz Arena against Bayern Munich. Barcelona travel to a stadium they know all too well.
Ahead of the game, Barca has released the squad for the clash in Germany.
Hector Bellerin and Marcos Alonso started yesterday and will be traveling with the rest of the team tomorrow for what could be their first game in the Champions League for Barca.
Eric Garcia and Jules Kounde were unused substitutes vs Cadiz. They may possibly start the game, especially as both are enjoying fine run of form.
Gavi, Alejandro Balde, Inaki Pena, Pablo Torre and Arnau Tenas are called up too alongside Sergi Roberto who missed the game v Cadiz due to an injury.
Barca will be hoping to inflict maximum damage on a team that has embarrassed them for the last couple of years in Europe’s premier competition.