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Ferencvaros fc vs Barcelona fc
Ferencvaros fc vs Barcelona fc

Barcelona will be looking to open their Champions League Group G campaign with a victory when they welcome Hungarian champions Ferencvaros to Camp Nou on Tuesday night.

Ronald Koeman‘s side, who were thumped 8-2 by Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals of last season’s European Cup, will enter the match off the back of a 1-0 loss to Getafe in La Liga on Saturday.

The Catalan giants will therefore be determined to return to winning ways in what will be their first ever clash with Ferencvaros, who are in the group stages of this competition for the first time in 25 years.

Barca will again be without the services of their number one goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen through injury, meaning that Neto will continue between the sticks, while ongoing knee problems are again likely to rule French defender Samuel Umtiti out of the contest.

                            line up


25 M. Blažič
21 E. Botka
10 T. Nguen
 90 D. Dibusz
70 F. Boli
 5 A. Frimpong
26 M. Heister
 14 I. Kharatin
93 A. Laïdouni
77 M. Uzuni
 88 Isael


22 R. Baturina
 33 . Dvali
15 A. Kovačević
8 G. Lovrencsics
20 R. Mak
18 D. Sigér
29 G. Szécsi
97 R. Varga
19 B. Vécsei
11 O. Zubkov
7 Somália
92 M. Škvarka


  •  Sergiy RebrovSergiy Rebrov

Barcelona Barcelona

1 M. ter Stegen
18 Jordi Alba

15 C. Lenglet

28 Óscar Minguez

2 S. Dest

14 Philippe Coutinho
 21 F. de Jong
16 Pedri
 7 A. Griezmann
9 M. Braithwaite
 10 L. Messi


6 Carles Aleñá
5 Busquets
 11 O. Dembélé
 19 Matheus Fernandes
24 Junior Firpo
 17 Trincão
 13 Neto
26 Iñaki Peña
8 M. Pjanić
12 Riqui Puig


  •  Ronald KoemanRonald Koeman

            MATCH FACTS

  1. Ferencváros are winless in their last six meetings with Spanish clubs in all competitions (D4 L2); however, the Hungarian side have never lost at home to a Spanish team in any European competition (P7 W5 D2 L0).
  2. Barcelona have won all of their previous five competitive meetings with Hungarian sides, including a 5-1 win at home to Ferencváros in this season’s UEFA Champions League.
  3. Barcelona have won all four of their UEFA Champions League games this season, meaning they’ve made it past the opening round group stages in each of their last 19 campaigns in the competition.
  4. Barcelona are looking to win each of their first five UEFA Champions League group stage games for the first time since the 2002-03 campaign, when they won all six in the first round group stages.
  5. Since winning their first ever UEFA Champions League match 3-0 against Grasshopper Club Zurich in September 1995, Ferencváros are winless in each of their last nine games in the competition (D3 L6).
  6. In their 10 total UEFA Champions League games, Ferencváros have kept one clean sheet (3-0 vs Grasshopper Club in 1995) and failed to score on just one occasion (0-4 v Ajax, December 1995). Of all teams to play at least 10 games in the competition, the Hungarian side have had the highest % of matches in which both teams have scored (80% – 8/10).
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