Barcelona have another steep comeback attempt ahead of them when they play host to Juventus on Wednesday, hoping to overturn a 3-0 deficit in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final.
Paulo Dybala bagged a brace before Giorgio Chiellini joined the scoring in Turin last Tuesday as the Bianconeri assembled an unexpected three-goal advantage ahead of their trip to Catalonia.
However, Juve manager Massimiliano Allegri has been hit by the news that Dybala could be in a fight to make the return leg after suffering an injury in Saturday's win over Serie A opponents Pescara.
Barca already pulled off one fairytale revival in the round of 16, when they beat Paris Saint-Germain 6-1 in the second leg to topple the French side, although that may not be as simple a task against Italy's kingpins
Read on for all the latest team news leading into Wednesday's Champions League encounter, complete with a look at the top headlines and all the necessary live-stream information to ensure you catch the entertainment.
Barça are in the quarter-finals for a record tenth straight season. Their record in the last eight of the European Cupoverall is W14 L4, with two of those defeats coming in the last three seasons, both against Club Atlético de Madrid.
In dispatching Paris 6-1 in their round of 16 second leg, Barcelona became the first side in UEFA ChampionsLeague history to qualify for the next round by overhauling a first-leg deficit of four goals. Deportivo La Coruñapreviously held the record for the biggest first-leg arrears overcome in the UEFA Champions League era, recoveringfrom a 4-1 loss to AC Milan with a 4-0 home win in the 2003/04 quarter-finals.
Barcelona's 6-1 triumph over Paris was their 15th consecutive UEFA Champions League home victory – one behind Bayern München.
Barcelona's record in two-legged ties against Italian clubs is W8 L3.
This is Juve's 17th European Cup quarter-final – their record reads W11 L5. It is their tenth quarter-final in the UEFA Champions League but just their third in their last seven participations.
Juventus have won all four away fixtures in this season's competition, most recently the 2-0 success at FC Porto inthe round of 16 first leg. They have kept three clean sheets on their travels, conceding only one goal and scoring ten,and equalled their biggest UEFA Champions League away victory on matchday two with a 4-0 triumph at GNK Dinamo Zagreb.
Juventus have already reigned in Spain this season, beating Sevilla FC 3-1 on matchday five. They drew the homegame 0-0.
Dani Alves played for Barcelona from 2008–16, helping the Catalans win the UEFA Champions League three times:in 2009, when he was suspended for the final, 2011 and 2015, at the expense of Juventus. He landed 23 trophies with the Blaugrana, making 391 appearances.